With services available throughout the day, Maple Grove Senior High staff and peer tutors provide academic support options that meet your needs.
American Indian Education empowers American Indian students and their families and enhances their potential through culture-based educational programming.
Learn more about testing, grading and report cards in Osseo Area Schools.
Whether you're looking at higher education options or wish to enter the workforce after high school, let our knowledgeable Career Resource Center staff help you navigate each step of the way.
The Community-Based Vocational Assessment and Training program provides work-based learning opportunities for students with disabilities to acquire entry-level skills to competently transition from school to community.
Crimson Hour is focused, instructional support time that occurs every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:50 to 9:35 a.m. (between first and second period).
Our Digital Learning Plan promotes personalized learning, allowing students to receive instruction that is delivered at the appropriate pace, is tailored to their learning styles, and motivates them based on their individual interests.
Foundations is a curriculum-based advisory program that aims to help students make connections to the community; learn useful strategies and tools; make thoughtful decisions and have personalized post-high school plans; and do the "business of school."
Maple Grove Senior High scholars benefit from the resources located in our Media Center and support from mission-driven media staff.
Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) is a program that allows students in grades 10-12 to earn both high school and college credit through enrollment in and successful completion of college-level courses at eligible post-secondary institutions.
Discover the wide array of courses available and learn more about graduation requirements to ensure you're on track to achieve your dreams.