Insight School of Minnesota to hold information sessionInsight School of Minnesota, part of the largest national network of online high schools, will host an information session in Woodbury on Tuesday, May 5.
Insight School of Minnesota, part of the largest national network of online high schools, will host an information session in Woodbury on Tuesday, May 5.
The session will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at University of Phoenix, 587 Bielenberg Drive, Suite 100.
A total of 18 sessions will be held across the state. For a complete list of information session locations and schedule for the fall term, visit www.insightmn.net.
Staff will talk about curriculum options, demonstrate how online instruction works and answer questions.
Insight School offers families a tuition-free alternative to “traditional” high school. It a full-time, diploma-granting online public high school where students are able to complete their studies at their own speed in their own setting, using a school-supplied laptop with wireless capability, a printer and a stipend for the Internet.
Insight School of Minnesota might be the right choice for students who are advanced learners, who cannot attend school due to physical condition or illness, who have struggled socially in a traditional school or who need flexibility to pursue their dreams in athletics or the arts.
High school-aged Minnesota students and their families interested in attending Insight School of Minnesota in the fall of 2009 are asked to submit an open enrollment form now through May 1.
Enrollment forms and instructions can be found at www.insightmn.net.