08/09/13 Anoka-Hennepin School District will open a new public high school this fall for students throughout Minnesota.
Online High School
MANDATORY IN-PERSON ORIENTATION MEETING - please read all information below carefully and completely.
You must attend a mandatory, in-person orientation meeting in order to enroll and continue working in StepAhead Online High School (SAOLHS).
TRIMESTER 3 SAOLHS students:
T3 SAOLHS Orientation: Thursday, March 5, 2020 3-4pm
If you have never attended an online orientation meeting in the past, and this is the first course(s) that you have taken online with SAOLHS, you must attend a mandatory orientation meeting.
T3 SAOLHS Orientation will take place, Thursday, March 5, 2020 from 3-4pm. Orientation meetings take place at the STEP building, 1353 West Highway 10, Anoka, MN 55303.
*Makeup Orientation for T3 is Tuesday, April 5, 2020 from 3-4pm.
Please print, complete and bring with you the SAOLHS Orientation Documents if you have not already returned completed forms for this school year (2019-2020).
In addition, if you have not returned a Resident Verification Form and you are a full-time SAOLHS student, please bring a copy of your license or a copy of a recent utility bill with your current address. This is for verification of residency and a requirement of the Anoka Hennepin School District #11.
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