Schools in Lake County

Public Schools:


Minnehaha Elementary

421 7th Street, Two Harbors, Mn 55616
Phone: 218-834-8221 Fax: 218-834-8247
Principal: Patricia Driscoll 218-834-8221 X8402 pdriscol@isd381.k12.mn.us
http://www.isd381.k12.mn.us/schools/minnehaha/

Two Harbors High School

1640 Hwy 2, Two Harbors, MN 55616
Phone: 218-834-8201 Fax: 218-834-5513
Principal Jay Belcastro jbelcastro@isd381.k12.mn.us 218-834-8201 X8202
http://www.isd381.k12.mn.us/schools/two-harbors-high-school/

THHS is a grade 6-12 school with an enrollment of approximately 700 students. Along with a strong academic focus, THHS offers a balanced extracurricular program that will meet the interests of any student who would like to participate in fine arts or athletic activity. Two Harbors opened a brand new high school in the fall of 2005.


William Kelley Schools

137 Banks Blvd, Silver Bay, MN 55614
Phone: 218-226-4437, Fax: 218-226-4860
Principal: Joe Nicklay jnicklay@isd381.k12.mn.us 218-226-4437 X8101
http://www.isd381.k12.mn.us/schools/william-kelley-schools/

William Kelley School: A Change-Oriented School of Excellence
William M. Kelley High School has a long-standing tradition of excellence in academic and extracurricular programs. Kelley prides itself on being student-oriented and constantly strives to incorporate meaningful education innovations into the school. To that end, Kelley has received many grants which have enabled students to design, initiate, and operate several entrepreneurial projects.

ISD #381 Alternative Learning Center

1640 Hwy 2, Two Harbors, MN 55616
218-834-8201 X8217
Link to Odysseyware:
http://twoharborshs.owschools.com

Area Learning Centers (ALC): An area learning center provides comprehensive educational services to enrolled secondary students throughout the year. This could include a daytime school within a school or separate site for both high school and middle school level students. Students must be at-risk as defined by statute. Students served are off-track for graduation and are working towards completing their graduation requirements. In addition to day programs, these centers provide extended learning opportunities for students to make up lost credits or to prepare for graduation tests. ALCs serve students from more than one district. ALCs must also provide services to middle level students, either at a separate site or within their school. ALCs can apply to provide Targeted Services to elementary age students in after school and summer school programs.
Instruction is designed to meet individual student learning styles as well as their social and emotional needs. Teachers build connections with students and focus on vocational and career skills, including independent study options. Community, county and state partnerships provide additional support and resources.
The alternative classes are individually designed for each student. Transcripts are evaluated and students know the number of credits and courses they need to graduate. From there, students can proceed at their own rate.
It is easy to get started in our program. If you are still in school, talk to your guidance counselor. If you are out of school, call to make an appointment.

Post Secondary and other Educational Opportunities in Lake County

Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center

6282 Cranberry Rd
Finland, MN
(218) 353-7414
www.wolf-ridge.org