CALC High School Night Program
Students in the night program meet one hour per week. This program is designed for high school students who need to make up credits and/or students who prefer a late afternoon (either 3:30 p.m. or 4:30 p.m.) option. Students must be 16 years old to participate in this independent study program and referred by their high school counselor.
The CALC Night School Program is an independent study program designed for students who need to make-up credit towards their high school diploma. Students must be 16-years-old to participate in this program. All Centennial High School students must be referred by their high school counselor.
Classes are held in-person, every Tuesday that ISD12 is in session from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. First Tuesday of October to the last Tuesday of May.
The CALC Night School Program is an independent study program designed for students who need to make-up credit towards their high school diploma. CALC offers qualifying students a comprehensive educational alternative through our learning platform, Edgenuity. Edgenuity is an online curriculum that is delivered on site in our classrooms and supervised and supported by licensed teachers.
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Where is it held? Room E314 of CHS East Building 300 Wing 4881 101st Lane NE Circle Pines, MN 55014 763-398-2960
When does it start? First Tuesday in October of each school year
What days are classes held? Every Tuesday that ISD12 is in session through to the last Tuesday in May
Who can register? Any Centennial High School (CHS) or CALC student needing to recover credit towards their high school diploma.
How do I register? Students will work with their CHS counselor to get registered. What time is class held?
Contact Megan Berres for further questions at 763-398-2969 or MBerres@ISD12.org