Insight School of Minnesota, an accredited, tuition-free public high school that offers personalized online education for Minnesota students, is holding an information session at 1 p.m., Saturday, July 28 in the Brainerd Public Library. Parents and students are invited to attend the informal meeting to learn more about whether online learning might be a good alternative to “traditional” high school.
Session attendees will be able to enjoy a short presentation, view curriculum materials, check out the student-centered courses and activities available and have all their questions answered by knowledgeable Insight staff. For those unable to attend, there is a Live Online Information Session at 7 p.m. on Aug. 6.
Insight School of Minnesota is on a blocked quarter schedule and accepts new student enrollments, full-time or part-time, quarterly from students in grades 9-12 who reside within the state of Minnesota.
Going beyond what traditional schools typically offer, Insight School of Minnesota offers a rigorous curriculum from Aventa Learning by K’” with more than 120 courses to choose from, including Core, Advanced Placement and Credit Recovery. The school’s coursework and assignments leverage the online learning environment, incorporating audio, video, live chat, and group interactions to make learning interactive, interesting, effective, and fun.
Insight School of Minnesota is a tuition-free, diploma-granting online public high school made possible through a partnership with the Brooklyn Center School District. To learn more, call 800-711-5944, or visit www.insightmn.net.