Supplemental (Part-Time) Enrollment
As part of the Minnesota Online Learning Options Act, students can take supplemental (part-time) online classes while remaining enrolled at their home district. This option is at not cost to the student or family. A portion of the student's state funding is transferred from the enrolling school district to the online supplemental provider.
Students can take one class or more (up to 50% of their full-time schedule) with an approved online provider. Credits from approved online providers transfer to enrolling districts per the agreement signed prior to the start of a supplemental online class. Enrolling schools can ask approved online providers for course syllabi to ensure that state standards are met in specific courses.
Comprehensive (Full-Time) Enrollment
If you choose to enroll as a full-time (comprehensive) student at Princeton Online Academy, you will leave the school you currently attend, take a full class schedule with Princeton Online Academy, and pursue your high school diploma. All full-time students must meet graduation criteria to receive their high school diploma.
Step 1: Is online school right for you?
Take our self-assessment. If you answered 'yes' to more than half of the questions, Princeton Online Academy may be for you!
Step 2: Determine if you are eligible?
Students applying to Princeton Online Academy must be a legal Minnesota resident and in grades 3-12.
Step 3: Submit an Enrollment Packet
Download the packet HERE.
Step 4: Get Approved for Enrollment
We will contact you shortly after we have received your application to confirm your acceptance status and registered courses.
Step 5: You are ready to begin!
Visit the 'For Students' tab for resources, tutorials and log in information.