As part of VANTAGE's commitment to provide the best student experience, their Health Sciences strand was reconfigured for the 2018-19 school year. Impacts are already huge as enrollment grew from 16 to 84 students. The amount of energy in the building and the learning that is happening is inspiring.
Minnetonka Theatre is heading into the fire this spring with their production of The Scarlet Pimpernel. A swashbuckling action/adventure musical, set in England and France during the French Revolution, will sweep you off your feet.
MHS freshman Kruthica Dama earns national Study Trip Award; sophomore Sidney Dickinson awarded scholarship to Concordia Language Camp.
For its second year now, the Read-A-Thon event has been Deephaven Elementary's biggest fundraiser. Over the course of just 24 days, students at Deephaven read 346,918 minutes and raised just over $37,000. Congratulations to all students and staff who participated in this year's Read-A-Thon fundraiser!
Minnetonka Public Schools is taking a stand to protect children. Beginning last spring and continuing throughout the 2018-19 school year, the district has embraced a new program that empowers kids as early as Kindergarten with information to help keep them safer.
Three Minnetonka students are running for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Student of the Year award. This seven-week fundraising competition invites candidates and their teams to make a difference in the lives of blood cancer patients.
A Minnetonka eighth grade boys basketball team is paying it forward and showing us all what it means to "do the right thing" in our daily lives.
This year, Minnetonka's own Charlie Glockner won the highly coveted Frank Brimsek award. This award is given to the best goalkeeper of the Boy's High School Hockey season.