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Summer School 2016-17

Summer School 2016-17

Buses will replace downtown Minneapolis trains June 22 - July 3

Buses will replace Blue and Green Line light rail trains beginning Thursday, June 22 through Monday, July 3 during an 11 day partial shutdown of the METRO Blue and Green Line to allow for scheduled maintenance. Here is a link to additional information:

Students with Go-To Cards can call Metro Transit at 612-373-3333 with any questions.



Summer School allows all students an alternative means to achieve the success resulting in successful completion of state and district level requirements. Summer School will help reduce the learning gap and provide the opportunity for students to recover failed credits. Summer school will emphasize core subjects such as Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies, while developing the mindset to work hard and smart in school. Coursework will be computer-based labs and face-to-face instruction.

  • Face to face Instruction
  • Option for Computer base curriculum
  • Experiential Field Trip Opportunities through Wilderness Inquiry

Southwest High School - Use door 5

3414 W 47th St. Mpls, MN 55410
Edison High School
700 22nd Ave NE Minneapolis, MN 55418
Longfellow High School
3017 E. 31st St., Minneapolis, MN 55406

Session 1 -
June 19-July 6
(No School Monday, July 3rd & Tuesday, July 4th)

Session 2 -
July 10-27

Experiential Field Trip Opportunities- Tentative Dates
Wilderness Inquiry will take place Session 2 of Summer School
July 5-8 Overnight option – Voyager Park
July 10-13 Day option – English or Science Content
July 17-20 Day option - Science or English Content

Students who attend a non Minneapolis Public High School but are Minneapolis residents can attend MPS Summer School. Students will need to obtain a credit evaluation from their current school counselor and will need to come in with their parents and proof of residence to register for MPS Summer School.

Registration is opened until June 7th.

PDF Summer School Illness & Medical Resource   --  Summer School 9-12 is not linked with the school health services office. It does not have access to school records (medical information, health plans, IEPs, Section 504 plans, etc.). Parents/guardians are responsible for notifying the On-site Coordinator of any special needs or medical conditions that impact their child’s health, well-being, or involvement in activities.