In Minnesota, students and their families/guardians have a wide range of meaningful school options beyond the traditional, neighborhood school.
Please read below for information on Open Enrollment and Homeschool
The St. Michael-Albertville School District welcomes non-resident students through Minnesota’s Enrollment Options Program. Over 1000 open-enrolled students from 17 different Minnesota school districts call STMA Schools home. We welcome them to our tradition of excellence and look forward to carrying out our mission of creating self-directed learners, purposeful thinkers, effective communicators, and responsible citizens. If you live outside the St. Michael-Albertville Public Schools district boundaries, please apply for open enrollment.
MN State Statute 124D.03 Enrollment Options Program requires a pupil's parent or guardian to submit an application to the nonresident district. The pupil's application must identify a reason for enrolling in the nonresident district.
You may submit the Application form by
In person or regular USPS mail delivery to DOOR A 11343 50th Ave NE, Albertville 55301
If you have any questions regarding the open enrollment process or timelines, please contact Sunday Kloncz at 763-497-3180 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some open enrollment boundary areas are eligible for transportation for a FEE. For more inforation contact email@example.com
To learn more about open enrollment at STMA see School Board Policy 509 - Enrollment of Nonresident Students.
For some families, homeschooling is the appropriate educational choice for their child. STMA Schools has an obligation to assure compliance with the compulsory attendance requirements under the law (MN Statute 120A.22). If you determine homeschooling is the best option for your child(ren), please read below for important information and deadlines.
Homeschool Full Report– Submit before October 1 of the FIRST YEAR of homeschooling to the resident district, or within 15 days of withdrawing a child from public school in order to homeschool.
Letter of Intent to Continue Homeschooling– Submit before October 1 of EACH YEAR after the instructor has provided the same resident district with a Homeschool Full Report the prior year(s).
Aids to Nonpublic Pupils FORMS – A small amount of financial reimbursement is available through the State of Minnesota's Aids to Nonpublic Students program.
ALL Completed forms can be submitted to STMA Schools by:
Send via USPS to STMA Schools ATTN: Homeschool 11343 50th Street NE Albertville, MN 55301
For questions or more information, please contact Sunday Kloncz (763-497-3180) or visit the Minnesota Department of Education website for forms and additional homeschool information.