We have time for you!

As a non-profit, teacher-led community school, MNOHS has invested in a very low student-teacher and student-counselor ratios. We do this so every student can get the attention he or she needs. Compare our student-teacher ratio (13:1) to the Minnesota average (16:1) or to other models of “virtual” learning (60:1, or worse). 

We make time for each student. The arithmetic is simple: Because MNOHS’ student-teacher ratio is low, we are able to connect one-on-one with each student. Our teachers and counselors develop significant learning relationships with students to help ensure each one’s success

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MNOHS If you're in Albert Lea on March 24 or 25, you can see @MNOHS Senior Sydney Berrier as a guest skater with the Albert Lea Figure Skating Club. Go Sydney! www.albertleatribune.com/2018/03/local-club-presents-40-acts-in-57th-annual-figure-skating-show/
MNOHS Today from 10-10:17, students across the nation will walk out of class to bring awareness to gun violence. Some MNOHS staff will be offline out of respect for the students, staff and families in Parkland Florida.
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