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Saint Paul Area Learning Center

Saint Paul Area Learning Center Secondary Schools and Programs AGAPE (Adolescent Girls and Parenting Education) Secondary Programs

1212 University Avenue Saint Paul, Minnesota 55104 651-744-1212 • Online: alc.spps.org

Eligibility

The Area Learning Center (ALC) serves learners at-risk of not graduating from high school. The ALC is available to students who: n are behind in credits required for graduation n are below expected performance on a standardized achievement test n are pregnant or are a parent n have been assessed chemically dependent n have experienced mental health problems n have been physically or sexually abused n have been homeless within the past six months n speak English as a second language or have limited English skills n have been chronically truant or withdrawn from school n have been excluded or expelled

Creative Arts High School

This school serves high school students who have a strong interest in the arts. This school offers an accredited academic curriculum and includes Advance Placement courses in ceramics, painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, music, theater and creative writing. 1037 University Avenue, 55104 651-292-3480

Saint Paul Public Schools’ Summer School Session 2011

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This secondary school serves students who are pregnant or currently parenting. This school is on a four period schedule and offers courses needed for graduation and additional skills for college and careers. Child care services are available on-site for eligible students. 1919 University Avenue, 55104 651-228-7746

Saint Paul Public Schools’ Summer School Sessions will be offered by the Saint Paul Public Schools’ Area Learning Center (ALC) and the Saint Paul Public Schools’ Special Education Department. ALC Summer School Session 2011 will be held June 27-July 19. (No school July 4.) Students will attend classes daily for six hours of academic instruction at various elementary, middle/junior, and senior high school sites. A list of sites and additional information is available at www.extendedday.spps.org. A second summer session for high school credit recovery, including online classes, will be offered July 25-August 13, at Gordon Parks High School. Information can be obtained from the school counselors at each high school. Special Education Summer School Session 2011 will be held June 27-July 29. Students will attend classes daily for four hours per day. Students must have Extended School Year on their IEP to attend the Special Education Summer program. Additional information is available at www.specialed.spps.org. For additional information or questions: ALC Summer Sessions (Elementary and Secondary): 651-696-5680 Website: www.extendedday.spps.org Special Education Summer Sessions: 651-767-8321 Website: www.specialed.spps.org

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Evening High School

This school offers evening classes and serves students 16-21 years old. Learners attend as a full-time student to earn their high school diploma or as a dual-enrolled student to make up credits from a traditional high school. Gordon Parks High School 1212 University Avenue, 55104 651-744-1210

Gordon Parks High School

This school serves high school students who prefer an alternative curriculum and flexible schedule. There are opportunities for students to earn credits through formal classroom, independent study, online learning, and work experience courses. Students can attend a morning or an afternoon session to earn their high school diploma or make up credits from a traditional high school. 1212 University Avenue, 55104 651-744-1212

LEAP
High School (International Academy)

This school serves 9-12th grade students who are new arrivals to the U.S. or have limited English skills. IA/LEAP helps students earn their high school diploma or transition to a traditional high school, post-secondary education, or career opportunities. 631 N. Albert Street, 55104 651-228-7706

Saint Paul Connections

The Saint Paul Connections program serves Saint Paul Public Schools’ high school students in grades 9-12. Saint Paul Connections offers many high interest career classes that earn high school elective and possibly college credit. The classes are held after school, Saturday mornings, and on student breaks at local colleges, community partners, and SPPS facilities. Brochure and registration information available at: www.connections.spps.org 651-221-1446

Community Catalog Summer 2011  

Community Education Catalog for Summer 2011 featuring Adult and Youth enrichment. Includes driver education, swimming, gymnastics, classes...

Community Catalog Summer 2011  

Community Education Catalog for Summer 2011 featuring Adult and Youth enrichment. Includes driver education, swimming, gymnastics, classes...

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