Regional High School is an alternative learning center for students in grades 10-12. Students enter our program every 3 weeks or every term.
They typically attend an orientation session held at our building and start the following week. Students can self refer or be referred by one of the 5 high schools within our district. Transportation to Regional high school is provided by the school district when a student resides within the district boundaries; students typically ride a shuttle bus from their home high school.
Regional High School strives to create an environment that honors and invites students of diverse backgrounds to be part of an inclusive learning community. We have a six period day with advisory periods twice per day to promote students’ academic progress and support social emotional growth. We provide weekly progress reports and an after school credit make up each week to help students stay on top of their school work. Our small size allows us to form important relationships that not only help academic success but promote students’ gifts and talents as they plan for their future career and college pursuits.
Youth/families who may qualify under the McKinney Vento law could reach out to the school social worker, Taylor Browen at 763-576-7444 to potentially expedite the enrollment process depending on circumstances.
Regional High School is a great opportunity for students who feel a traditional large high school isn't for them. We follow all of Anoka-Hennepin curriculum and award a diploma upon successful completion of the graduation requirements.