Princeton Career Academies connect students to real-world outside experiences and provide a rigorous program with meaning and relevance. Career Academies ensure students graduate both college and workforce ready.
PRINCETON IS AN INNOVATIVE LEADER IN INSTRUCTION, DEVELOPING IN EVERY LEARNER THE ABILITY TO SUCCEED IN AN EVER-CHANGING WORLD.
At Princeton Public Schools we empower our students to become career and college ready while keeping performance and academic achievement at Princeton Public Schools on an upward trend. We look for ways for the district to build, enhance and improve academic programs for students with a focus on social and emotional learning and developing essential life skills. We work in close partnership with our teachers, staff, administration and academic departments to offer the highest levels of academic rigor, support and learning pathways for all students.
Points of Pride
Princeton Online MN is a virtual public school designed for Minnesota students in grades 9–12 seeking a personalized learning experience. Our full-time and supplemental program options include more than 100 advanced and specialized online classes to choose from that will prepare students for higher education and career opportunities.
Hand in Hand Preschool programs offer children a variety of fun and educational activities designed to stimulate their intellectual development as they move along the road to kindergarten. We have licensed classroom teachers, use a state-recognized assessment tool and curriculum, and are a 4-star Parent Aware Rated Preschool.
Families may choose to enroll their students into the Princeton Spanish Immersion Program in kindergarten or first grade, and the program continues through Secondary School.
Princeton Public Schools received the 2017 School Finance Award from the Minnesota Department of Education for Excellence in Financial Management.
Habits of a Tiger
- Actively Maintaining Their Wellness
- Owners of Their Learning
- Socially Aware
- Considerate of Multiple Perspectives
- Global Citizens
- Resources for Their Peers
- Respectful of Themselves, Others and Property
- Responsible Decision-Makers
- Relationship Builders
- Mistake Makers
- Equipped with Knowledge
- Problem Solvers
Tiger Pride Starts Here
Members of the Leo Club participated in a volunteer event at the Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis. They prepared a meal for the families of the Children’s Hospital patients and made a donation of $500!