Minnetonka High School offers many exceptional opportunities to meet your academic goals. Careful course planning is central to success and the Counseling Office and school counselors are important resources in this process. You are encouraged to challenge yourself as you make your plans for next year!
- Review the Skipper Log and update your 4-year plan. You can download the Skipper Log PDF to your iPad and use Notability to highlight classes of interest.
- Discuss your goals with teachers, parents and counselors.
- Log into Skyward and pick your courses. If you are new to the Minnetonka School District this year, please use this link instead. Registration is open between Feb. 27 and March 8.
Note: To register in Skyward, you must be logged in as the student. Parents can not register their child through the parent login.
Registration Overview Sessions for Parents
8th Grade Registration Overview Session
6 p.m. (Immersion)
7 p.m. (General)
|Watch the 8th Grade Recording|
9th Grade Registration Overview Session
|Watch the 9th Grade Recording|
10th Grade Registration Overview Session
|Watch the 10th Grade Recording|
11th Grade Registration Overview Session
|Watch the 11th Grade Recording|
Signature Program Information Sessions
Immersion Webinar: Registration for 2018-19
|International Baccalaureate (IB) Webinar|
|Minnetonka Research Webinar: A Unique High School Opportunity|
View Minnetonka Research Webinar (brief technical difficulty while student is speaking)
|Tonka Online Webinar I: More Opportunities for MHS Students|
Tonka Online Webinar II: How Tonka Online can be a Solution to Your Scheduling Issues
|March 1, 2018|
VANTAGE Webinar I: What is VANTAGE? Should it be in my child's four-year plan?
View VANTAGE Webinar (audio will resume following short glitch)
- How many classes must I register for each semester?
- How do I know the classes I registered for have been saved?
- What if I have forgotten my username or password?
- Current eighth grade students must have six classes per semester plus two alternate electives, (a total of 14).
- Current freshmen must have six classes per semester, plus two alternative electives (a total of 14).
- Current juniors and sophomores have to register for at least five classes per semester, (a total of 10).