Quarter 2 starts November 10. Confirmed enrollments will be accepted through November 27--the sooner the better.

Courses offered in 2017-2018 and Summer Session 2018 are listed below.

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.

Click to read about the honors option (PDF) in many of our courses.

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. 

Courses offered
First Semester 2017-2018
Courses offered
Second Semester 2017-2018
Courses offered (Tentative)
Summer Session 2018
 Language Arts

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) 
English Survey A (0.5)
World Literature (0.5) 
Effective Writing (0.5)
Creative Writing (0.5)
Language Arts

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)
English Survey B (0.5)
British Literature (0.5)
Effective Writing (0.5)
Research Learning (0.5)
Journalism (0.5) 

 Language Arts

Myths and Legends B (0.5) 
Explorations in Literature A and B (0.5 each)
American Literature A and B (0.5 each)
English Survey B (0.5)
British Literature (0.5)
World Literature (0.5)
Effective Writing (0.5)

 Math

Essential Math (0.5)
Beginning Algebra (0.5) 
Algebra 1.5 A (0.5)
Geometry A (0.5)
Sketchpad Geometry A (0.5)
Sketchpad Geometry Survey (0.5)
Algebra 2 A (0.5)
Algebra 2 A with Statistics (0.5)
Precalculus A (0.5)
AP Calculus A (0.5)
Calculus A (0.5)
Applied Statistics (0.5)
Discrete Math (0.5)
Preparing for Post-Secondary Math (0.25)
Introduction to Computer Programming (0.5)
 Math

Essential Math (0.5)
Beginning Algebra (0.5) 
Algebra 1.5 B (0.5)
Geometry B (0.5)
Sketchpad Geometry B (0.5)
Sketchpad Geometry Survey (0.5)
Algebra 2 B (0.5)
Algebra 2 B with Statistics (0.5)
Precalculus B (0.5)
AP Calculus B (0.5)
Calculus B (0.5)
Applied Statistics (0.5)
Discrete Math (0.5)
Preparing for Post-Secondary Math (0.25)
Introduction to Computer Programming (0.5)

 Math

Essential Math (0.5)
Beginning Algebra (0.5)
Algebra 1.5 A and B (0.5 each, cannot both be taken at the same time)
Geometry A and B (0.5 each )
Sketchpad Geometry Survey (0.5)
Sketchpad Geometry A and B (0.5 each)
Algebra 2 B (0.5)
Algebra 2 with Statistics A and B (0.5 each)
Precalculus A and B (0.5 each)
Discrete Math (0.5)
Preparing for Post-Secondary Math (0.25)
Introduction to Computer Programming (0.5)
Applied Statistics (0.5)

 Science

Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology A (0.5)
Biology of Companion Animals (0.25)
Anatomy and Physiology (0.25)
Chemistry A (0.5)
Physics A (0.5)
 Science

Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology B (0.5)
Forestry (0.25)
Food Science (0.25)
Chemistry B (0.5)
Physics B (0.5)
 Science

Physical Science: Matter and Energy (0.5)
Earth and Space Science (0.5)
Biology A and B (0.5 each)
Forestry (0.25)
Food Science (0.25)
Chemistry A and B (0.5 each)
Physics A and B (0.5 each)
Social Studies

Civics (0.5)
World Geography (0.5)
U.S. History A (0.5)
World History A (0.5)
World History B (0.5)
Economics (0.5)
Psychology (0.5)
Popular Culture (0.5)

 Social Studies

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

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)
Popular Culture (0.5)

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)
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 B (0.5)
Spanish 1 B (0.5)
Spanish 2 B (0.5)
Spanish 3 B (0.5)
Advanced Spanish Language and Culture B (0.5)

World Languages

We will not be offering any world language courses in Summer Session 2018.  Please  check with us about the regular school year.

 Arts

NEW!  Video Production (0.5)
Arts Appreciation (0.5)
Graphic Design (0.5)
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues (0.5)
Directed Study in Music (0.25/sem)

Arts
NEW!  Video Production (0.5)
Visual Arts (0.5)
Media Arts (0.5)
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues (0.5)
Directed Study in Music (0.25/sem)

Arts

Visual Arts (0.5)
Arts Appreciation (0.5)
Graphic Arts (0.5)
Media Arts (0.5)
Elements of Music: From Bach to the Blues  (0.5)
Directed Study in Music (0.25/sem)
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)

Vocational and Technical Education

Career and Educational Exploration (0.5)
Work Skills (0.5)

Vocational and Technical Education

Career and Educational Exploration (0.5)
Work Skills (0.5)

Vocational and Technical Education

Career and Educational Exploration (0.5)
Work Skills (0.5)

Other Electives

NEW! Mouse Squad (0.25)
Advisory: Ramp-Up to Readiness (0.25)
Study Skills (0.5)
Online Learning Skills (0.25)
Student Leadership (0.5)

Other Electives

NEW! Intro to Mouse Squad (0.25)
Advisory: Ramp-Up to Readiness (0.25)
Study Skills (0.5)
Online Learning Skills (0.25)
Student Leadership (0.5)

 

Special Education


Essential Skills (0.25-0.5)
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Essential Math (0.5)
Transition (0.5)
Work Experience (0.5)

Special Education


Essential Skills (0.25-0.5)
Essential Language Arts (0.5)
Essential Math (0.5)
Transition (0.5)
Work Experience (0.5)

 
Advanced Placement Courses
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture A (0.5)
AP Calculus A (0.5)
Advanced Placement Courses
AP Advanced Chinese Language and Culture B (0.5)
AP Calculus B (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.

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