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Quarter 1 begins September 7.
Confirmed enrollments accepted
through September 8.

Courses offered in 2021-2022 and Summer Session 2021 are listed in the table below.

Click to read about MNOHS honors courses and honors diploma options (PDF).

If you don’t see a course you need in the term you need it, please contact us. If you don’t see the course you want or need listed at all, you may be eligible for directed study through MNOHS or for college classes through the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program (PSEO). Please see the bottom of this page for a description of the PSEO program.

About the MNOHS course schedule

During the school year, 16-week semester courses (0.5 credit) are divided into two parts. Each part is a quarter (8 weeks) in length. Students typically take one part at a time, earning 0.25 credits each quarter.  Courses listed below as 0.25 credit are only one quarter long. 

Our Summer Session is eight weeks long.  Semester courses are offered at an accelerated pace.

Courses offered
First Semester 2021-2022
Courses offered
Second Semester 2021-2022
Courses offered
Summer Session 2021
Math – Core Courses
Essential Math A (0.5)
Essential Geometry (0.5)
Consumer Math (0.5)
Beginning Algebra (0.5) 
Algebra 1.5 A (0.5)
Applied Statistics (0.5)
Applied Geometry A (0.5)
Applied Geometry Survey (0.5)
Geometry A (0.5)
Algebra 2 A (0.5)
Algebra 2 A with Statistics (0.5)
Math – Core Courses
Essential Math B (0.5)
Essential Geometry (0.5)
Consumer Math (0.5)
Beginning Algebra (0.5) 
Algebra 1.5 B (0.5)
Applied Statistics (0.5)
Applied Geometry B (0.5)
Applied Geometry Survey (0.5)
Geometry B (0.5)
Algebra 2 B (0.5)
Algebra 2 B with Statistics (0.5)
Math – Core Courses
Algebra 1.5 B (0.5)
Applied Geometry Survey (0.5)
Geometry A and B (0.5 each)
Applied Statistics (0.5)
Algebra 2 B (0.5)
Algebra 2 with Statistics A and B (0.5 each)
Precalculus A and B (0.5 each)
Math Electives
Introduction to Computer Programming (0.5)
Quantum Computing (0.5)
Discrete Math (0.5)
Preparing for Post-Secondary Math (0.25)
Precalculus A (0.5)
Calculus A (0.5)
AP Calculus A (0.5)
Math Electives
Introduction to Computer Programming (0.5)
Quantum Computing (0.5)
Discrete Math (0.5)
Preparing for Post-Secondary Math (0.25)
Precalculus B (0.5)
Calculus B (0.5)
AP Calculus B (0.5)
Science – Core Courses
Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology A (0.5)
Chemistry A (0.5)
Physics A (0.5)
Science – Core Courses
Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology B (0.5)
Chemistry B (0.5)
Physics B (0.5 each)
Science – Core Courses
Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology A and B (0.5 each)
Chemistry A and B (0.5 each)
Physics A and B (0.5 each)
Science Alternates and Electives
Food Science (0.25)
Anatomy and Physiology (0.25)
Forensic Science (0.25)
Chemistry and Technology (0.25)
Science Alternates and Electives
Biology of Companion Animals (0.25)
Forestry (0.25)
Forensic Science (0.25)
Chemistry and Technology (0.25)
Meteorology (0.25)
Hydrology (0.25)
Science Alternates and Electives
Forensic Science (0.25)
Forestry and Biology of Companion Animals (0.25 each)
Anatomy & Physiology and Food Science (0.25 each)
Chemistry and Technology (0.25)
Language Arts – Core Courses  
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Myths and Legends A (0.5)
Explorations in Literature A (0.5)
American Literature A (0.5) 
American Literature Survey A (0.5)
Language Arts – Core Courses  
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Myths and Legends B (0.5) 
Explorations in Literature B (0.5) 
American Literature B (0.5)
American Literature Survey B (0.5)
Language Arts – Core Courses  
Myths and Legends B (0.5) 
Explorations in Literature B (0.5) 
American Literature B (0.5)
American Literature Survey B (0.5)
Language Arts Electives
English Survey A (0.5)
World Literature A (0.5) 
Effective Writing (0.5)
Creative Writing (0.5)
Language Arts Electives
English Survey B (0.5)
World Literature B (0.5)
Effective Writing (0.5)
Journalism (0.5) 
Research Learning (0.5)
British Literature (0.5)
Language Arts Electives
English Survey B (0.5)
World Literature B (0.5)
Effective Writing (0.5)
Social Studies – Core Courses
Civics (0.5)
World Geography (0.5)
U.S. History A (0.5)
World History A (0.5)
Economics (0.5)
Social Studies – Core Courses  
Civics (0.5)
World Geography (0.5)
U.S. History B (0.5) 
World History B (0.5)
Economics (0.5)
U.S. Government (0.5)
Social Studies – Core Courses
World Geography (0.5)
U.S. History A and B (0.5 each)
World History A and B (0.5 each)
Economics (0.5)
U.S. Government (0.5)
Social Studies Electives
Popular Culture (0.5)
Social Studies Electives
Psychology (0.5)
Social Studies Electives
Popular Culture (0.5)
Arts
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues (0.5)
AP Music Theory (0.5)
Directed Study in Music (0.25/sem)
Video Production (0.5)
Arts Appreciation (0.5)
Graphic Design (0.5)
Arts  
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues (0.5)
AP Music Theory (0.5)
Directed Study in Music (0.25/sem)
Video Production (0.5)
Visual Arts (0.5)
Media Arts (0.5)
Arts
Video and Soundtrack Immersion Project (0.25)
Graphic Design (0.5)
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues (0.5)
Music Theory (0.5)
Health/Physical Education  
Health Issues and Choices (0.5)
Physical Education (0.5)
Advanced Physical Education (0.25)
Health/Physical Education  
Health Issues and Choices (0.5)
Physical Education (0.5)
Advanced Physical Education (0.25)
Health/Physical Education  
Health Issues and Choices (0.5)
Physical Education (0.5)
Advanced Physical Education (0.25)
World Languages  
Advanced Chinese 1 A (0.5)
Advanced Chinese 2 A (0.5)
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture A (0.5)
Spanish 1 A (0.5)
Spanish 2 A (0.5)
Spanish 3 A (0.5)
Spanish 4 A (0.5)
Advanced Spanish Language and Culture A (0.5)
World Languages  
Advanced Chinese 1 B (0.5)
Advanced Chinese 2 B (0.5)
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture A (0.5)
Spanish 1 B (0.5)
Spanish 2 B (0.5)
Spanish 3 B (0.5)
Spanish 4 B (0.5)
Advanced Spanish Language and Culture B (0.5)
World Languages  
Spanish 1 A and B (0.5 each)
Spanish 2 A and B (0.5 each)
Spanish 3 A and B (0.5 each)
Spanish 4 A and B (0.5 each)
Career and Technical Education Courses
Career and Educational Planning (0.5)
Work Skills (0.5)
Work Experience (0.5)
Entrepreneurship (0.5)
Career and Technical Education Courses
Career and Educational Planning (0.5)  
Work Skills (0.5) 
Work Experience (0.5)
Entrepreneurship (0.5)
Career and Technical Education Courses
Community-Based Learning
Guided Study (0.5)
Student Leadership (0.5)
Dream Squad Media Advisory (0.25)
Community-Based Learning
Guided Study (0.5)
Student Leadership (0.5)
Dream Squad Media Advisory (0.25)
Community-Based Learning
Student Leadership Immersion Project (0.25)
College Readiness Courses
Advisory: Ramp-Up to Readiness (0.25)
Study Skills (0.5)
Online Learning Skills (0.25)
Advanced Study Skills (0.5)
Academic Enrichment Workshops (0.5)
Wellness Skills (0.5)
College Readiness Courses
Advisory: Ramp-Up to Readiness (0.25)
Study Skills (0.5)
Online Learning Skills (0.25)
Advanced Study Skills (0.5)
Academic Enrichment Workshops (0.5)
Wellness Skills (0.5)
College Readiness Courses
Special Education  
Essential Skills (0.25-0.5)
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Essential Math (0.5)
Essential Geometry (0.5)
Consumer Math (0.5)
Essential Social Studies (0.5)
Social Communication and Organization (0.5)
Transition (0.5)
Essential Financial Skills (0.25)
Financial Skills (0.25)
Work Experience (0.5)
Special Education  
Essential Skills (0.25-0.5)
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Essential Math (0.5)
Essential Geometry (0.5)
Consumer Math (0.5)
Essential Social Studies (0.5)
Social Communication and Organization (0.5)
Transition (0.5)
Essential Financial Skills (0.25)
Financial Skills (0.25)
Work Experience (0.5)
Special Education
Advanced Placement Courses
AP Calculus A (0.5)
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture A (0.5)
AP Music Theory (0.5)
Advanced Placement Courses
AP Calculus B (0.5)
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture B (0.5)
AP Music Theory (0.5)

 
About the PSEO program

Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) is a program that allows 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade students in Minnesota to earn both high school and college credit while still in high school, through enrollment in and successful completion of college-level, nonsectarian courses at eligible participating postsecondary institutions. Most PSEO courses are offered on the campus of the postsecondary institution; some courses are offered online. Each participating college or university sets its own requirements for enrollment into the PSEO courses. Eleventh and 12th-grade students may take PSEO courses on a full- or part-time basis; 10th graders may take one career/technical PSEO course. If they earn at least a grade C in that class, they may take additional PSEO courses.

There is no charge to PSEO students for tuition, books or fees for items that are required to participate in a course. Students must meet the PSEO residency and eligibility requirements and abide by participation limits specified in Minnesota Statutes, section 124D.09. Funds are available to help pay transportation expenses for qualifying students to participate in PSEO courses on college campuses.

For more information about PSEO, begin by contacting the college admission office to discuss the enrollment process and admission requirements.  Also speak to your MNOHS counselor.  MNOHS will provide information about PSEO to all students and their families by March 1, every year.  MNOHS students must notify their MNOHS counselor by May 30 if they want to participate in PSEO for the following school year.  Current information about the PSEO program can also be found on the Minnesota Department of Education’s Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) webpage.

Nationally accredited online learning for grades 9-12

Minnesota Online High School

MNOHS is a public charter school for students in grades 9-12 (and younger students who are ready for high-school) who need a flexible schedule.  We offer full-time and part time enrollment.

2314 University Ave W Suite 10
Saint Paul, MN 55114-1863

Phone: 1-800-764-8166
Fax: 1-866-586-2870

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