Back to School

2019-20 Back-to-School Events

Grade Event

9th Grade
Class of 2023

August 21: All student schedules will go live and will be available on Skyward

August 28: 9th Grade Retreat for Students

  • On August 28, the Class of 2023 will participate in the 9th grade retreat.
    • 9th graders will have a chance to work with their First Mates and meet their teachers.
    • The day will start at 8 a.m. and will end at 2:40 p.m. Lunch is provided for students.
    • School photos can be taken from 7-7:45 a.m. & 2:45-3:30 p.m. in the Back Gym. Students are also able to get their photo taken on September 4 during the school day.
    • We are hoping that the entire 9th grade class is in attendance. Look for more details in mid-August.

August 28: Parents-Only Event

Parents are invited to attend a parent event from 6:30-7:30 p.m. on August 28. During this meeting, they will meet with counselors, principals, and other key staff. The evening event is for parents only. 

September 5: Meet the Teacher 6:30-8 p.m. This event is for parents only.

September 23-28: Homecoming Week (Game: Friday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.; Dance: Saturday, Sept. 28)

October 15: Picture retakes during the school day.

10th Grade
Class of 2022

  • August 21: All student schedules will go live and will be available on Skyward
  • School Picture options:
    • Picture days: August 28 (8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. in the Back Gym--come walk your schedule!) and September 5 (during school hours)
  • September 5: Meet the Teacher 6:30-8 p.m. This event is for parents only.

  • September 23-28: Homecoming Week (Game: Friday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.; Dance: Saturday, Sept. 28)

  • October 15: Picture retakes during the school day.

11th Grade
Class of 2021

  • August 5-15Parking permit applications will be available online.
  • August 21: All student schedules will go live and will be available on Skyward
  • School Picture options
    • Picture days: August 28 (8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. in the Back Gym--come walk your schedule!) and September 4 (during school hours)
  • September 5: Meet the Teacher 6:30-8 p.m. This event is for parents only.
  • September 23-28: Homecoming Week (Game Friday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.; Dance, Saturday, Sept. 28)
  • October 15: Picture retakes during the school day

NOTE: College Counselor Phil Trout will launch his college admissions series for juniors, seniors and families (in-person events and webinars) beginning August 20. Please visit minnetonkaschools.org/collegecounselor for details and webinar registration links. 

12th Grade
Class of 2020

  • August 5-15Parking permit applications will be available online.
  • Now-September 28: Order senior t-shirts and bib overalls here: https://mhsboosterstore.revtrak.net 
  • August 21: All student schedules will go live and will be available on Skyward
  • September 5: Meet the Teacher 6:30-8 p.m. This event is for parents only.
  • September 23-28: Homecoming Week (Game Friday, Sept. 27, 7 p.m.; Dance, Saturday, Sept. 28)
  • October 15: Senior pictures. Strawbridge Studios will be at MHS to take photos of seniors. Special backdrops will be used, so seniors can use this picture for the yearbook. Families are also able to purchase picture packages if they choose.

NOTE: College Counselor Phil Trout will launch his college admissions series for juniors, seniors and families (in-person events and webinars) beginning August 20. Please visit minnetonkaschools.org/collegecounselor for details and webinar registration links. 

Grades 9-12
All Students

Student Schedules & Counselor Appointments

  • Over the past six months, students have engaged in informational class meetings, curriculum lunch fairs, and counselor meetings to support their choices and chart their schedules for 2019-2020. The only changes that may be made to students’ schedules at this point will be those that are level changes (e.g., English 9 to English 9 Honors).
  • MHS Counselors will be available to work with NEW students who enrolled over the summer to Minnetonka for all grade levels in mid-August. New students, please make appointments starting on Tuesday, August 13 by calling 952-401-5811.

MHS Students

Back-to-School Resources

Note: There is no school supply list for high school. Students may decide what tools they need for learning and organization. Most schoolwork will be stored digitally on their iPad. Students may wish to carry a stylus for note-taking. Personal laptops are welcome, but not required. All students are provided an iPad.


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