Saints Online

 

 

 

 


 

Welcome to Saints Online

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St. Francis Learning Center
4111 Ambassador Blvd. NW
St. Francis MN 55070

Main  763-753-7152
Main Fax  763-753-7749

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Saints Online is a Minnesota Department of Education accredited online schooling option for students in kindergarten through grade 12 supported by teachers and staff within St. Francis Area Schools. With local support and the flexibility of online classes, many students have found academic success through Saints Online at all grade levels. We understand that schedule flexibility is important to our students and their families. With flexibility in mind, high school age Saints Online students can be enrolled full time online or concurrently with another school within the district (such as St Francis High School or Saints Academy) to choose from the wide range of courses in those areas schools as well. 

Online students are supported by their teachers and district student support staff, including a school counselor, special education staff, school health office, and others. Knowing how to best support our online students can be challenging, so we partner with families and students to be as creative as possible with meeting their needs the best we can. For more information on student support, please contact Tim O'Connell (Alternative Education Program Supervisor) or Erica Campbell (SFLC School Counselor).


 

Program Information by Grade Level:

Elementary (Kindergarten-Grade 5)

Elementary students who choose Saints Online will be enrolled in Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Spelling as full-year classes. Students are assigned to one teacher as a point person for all of their classes. Saints Online classes will be at grade level unless a student is placed above grade level in math by a standardized assessment or recommendation from a licensed teacher. 

Our Saints Online teachers will help students through phone calls, digital meetings, or in-person meetings at the school that their office is located within the district. Students can work at the time of day that works best for them, even nights and weekends. Teachers will be available during regular school day office hours.  Assignment due dates are listed online to help students stay on track with their classes. Students are also allowed to work ahead. 

Please review the program's Student Handbook for more information.

Middle School (Grades 6-8)

Middle school students who choose Saints Online will be enrolled in Math, Science, Social Studies, and Language Arts as full-year classes. Students in grades 7-8 are assigned to one teacher per subject area as a point person for all of their classes.  Students in 6th grade will have one teacher for all subjects as the point person. Saints Online classes will be at grade level unless a student is placed above grade level in math by a standardized assessment or recommendation from a licensed teacher. 

Our Saints Online teachers will help students through phone calls, digital meetings, or in-person meetings at the school that their office is located within the district. Students can work at the time of day that works best for them, even nights and weekends. Teachers will be available during regular school day office hours.  Assignment due dates are listed online to help students stay on track with their classes. Students are also allowed to work ahead. 

Please review the program's Student Handbook for more information.

High School Students (Grades 9-12)

High school students who choose Saints Online will be enrolled in courses required for graduation standards to be met and elective options. Graduation requirements for all high school programs in St. Francis Area Schools are the same. These requirements allow schools to work together to meet a student’s educational goals. Students also collaborate with a school counselor to ensure that they are on track for graduation, especially if they choose to be concurrently enrolled in more than one program.

Our Saints Online teachers will help students through phone calls, digital meetings, or in-person meetings at the school that their office is located within the district. Students can work at the time of day that works best for them, even nights and weekends. Teachers will be available during regular school day office hours.  Assignment due dates are listed online to help students stay on track with their classes. Students are also allowed to work ahead. 

Please review the program's Student Handbook for more information.