“Engaging students in science begins with an early introduction to the power of hands-on learning, and it grows by offering inquiry-based opportunities for students to pursue what interests them,” said Dr. Dennis Peterson, Superintendent of Schools.
The mission of the Minnetonka School District is to ensure all students envision and pursue their highest aspirations while serving the greater good. In a community that transcends traditional definitions of excellence, we use learning and teaching as tools to value and nurture each person, inspire in everyone a passion to excel with confidence and hope, and instill expectations that stimulate extraordinary achievement in the classroom and in life.
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The “Common Sense School” certification from Common Sense Education recognizes programs for teaching students how to be respectful and responsible digital citizens.
"[Legacy Club] helped me realize how much making a difference—or leaving a positive legacy—really mattered to me,” said Ming Ying Yeoh '21. “High school will shape the kind of person you become, and I think [this] is a great way to be a part of something fun, fulfilling and rewarding.”
99% of parents rate the education provided by the Minnetonka School District as excellent or good
94% of parents tell us our community receives a good value from its investment in local public schools
Recognized by NAMM for our outstanding commitment to music education
Average ACT score for the class of 2020
Ranked #1 Public School District in Minnesota according to niche.com
We have 11,084 K-12 students enrolled in Minnetonka schools
Minnetonka H.S. is an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School
Apple Distinguished Program award for our 1:1 iPad program