Home Schooling doesn't have to happen at home
From a foundation of Christian values, Mid-Metro Academy offers academic, language, visual and performing arts, and career-oriented classes to homeschooled students in grades 7 – 12, preparing them for success in undergraduate programs, careers, and life. Our classes meet in person one day per week. Our highly qualified, personable instructors have a passion for their field and for working with youth.
We're pleased to offer a one-of-a-kind PSEO program designed to meet the needs of homeschooling families. Cohort learning provides a supportive high school experience for college-ready juniors and seniors as they begin their college journey. We partner with North Central University, a fully accredited liberal arts university.
For high school students who aren't ready for PSEO or don't see college in their future--or for those who want to start their side hustle now--we offer career-oriented classes in technology, design, and business. Our STEAM emphasis helps students build capabilities that will serve them well in the real world--like critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, and resilience.
2021-2022 Schedule: Classes begin Sept. 8, 2021, and end April 27, 2022. Fall semester runs for 14 weeks (Wednesdays; no class Thanksgiving week) or 15 consecutive weeks (Mondays). Spring semester begins Jan. 10, 2022, and runs for 15 weeks with a one-week spring break (week of Feb. 28).
Questions? Email us at [email protected]
Join Us This January!
Spring semester begins January 10, and--YES--we have room for you! Whether your student has already been taking classes with us in the fall or whether your family is brand new to MMA, we've got plenty of great options for you! Most of our traditional academic offerings--like science, math, English, and social studies--are full-year courses, but if you're looking to make a mid-year switch, please reach out to us to see if you can join these classes mid-year. Many of our courses are open for mid-year entry with consent of the instructor.
Beyond traditional classes, we've got many new single-semester classes for spring. Students can let their creativity blossom in our creative arts classes, and/or they can foster their practical side in our career-oriented courses.
"Start your side-hustle now!" is a great reason to take one or more of our career classes. After just one semester, students will be prepared to get hired or start their own business as a bookkeeper, party entertainer, online media producer, or internet programmer. They can learn to start and run a small personal in-person or web-based business.
Classes are open for registration through January 10, but don't wait. Register today!
Choose your direction this spring!
Classes open for mid-year entry
These classes are either new classes for spring semester or full-year classes that allow mid-year entry. See the schedule for the day and time offered and course description.
- Memory and Magic
- Programming for the Internet
- Online Media Creation and Management
- Creative Writing Workshop
- ACT Review Math/Science
- Digital Literacy and Creative Problem Solving
- Book Club
- Beginning Oil Pastels
- Student Senate
- Read! Think! Write!
- Acting: Performance (5 spots only!)
- Spanish 1 & 2 (with consent of instructor)
- Communications 101
- Writing with Confidence Intro, 1, & 2 (with consent of instructor)
Register Now for Spring 2021-2022 Classes!
To register, follow the instructions HERE.
Download the MMA 2021-2022 Course Catalog to check out all our classes. We have many new classes to choose from - plus all the classes (and teachers) you already know and love.
Our new classes include:
- Acting Techniques with Carla Barwineck
- Book Club with Mikela Swedlund
- Digital Literacy & Creative Problem Solving with Mikaela Swedlund
- Memory & Magic with Bob Miller
- Programming with Chris Paschen
- Online Media Creation with Chris Paschen
- and more!
We Offer the Best of Both Worlds in 2021-2022!
If you’re looking for the best learning environment for your student for the 2021-2022 school year, you’ve come to the right place! We believe students learn best in a dynamic, interactive, in-person setting, so we’re committed to meeting on-site at our wonderful St. Paul campus this fall--as we did last school year. Our classes meet in physical space—not cyberspace.
Since our classes meet once a week, students and families enjoy the flexibility and convenience of the hybrid/blended model that works so well with the homeschooling lifestyle. Our teachers use a flipped-classroom approach, which means that students access content at home through various media including video, textbooks, and handouts. Depending on the class, they’ll have homework that helps them apply what they’ve accessed. When students come to class each week, they’ll engage in social learning activities like discussions, group projects, simulations, and experiments plus get real-time feedback from their teacher. These kinds of experiences make learning stick—even as they build soft skills like teamwork, communication, and resilience.
Whether you're just getting started with homeschooling or have been doing it for years, our classes are a great option for the 2021-2022 school year. If you're considering joining us next year, attend our next Open House on Monday evening, June 7. We're always excited to welcome new students!
Registration for fall classes is now open. You must be a member of Mid-Metro Academy to register.
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Thanks for Your Donation!
Thanks to your generosity, we've paid for a special air purifier that uses ultraviolet light and HEPA filtration to remove viruses, bacteria, and fungi from the air. Mid-Metro Academy has other needs that you can support, such as new furniture for the 2021-2022 school year. Donations of any amount are always appreciated. Just click the "Donate" button to bless us via PayPal. Thank you!