MTS Charter Schools Destination k-12

Minnesota Transitions Charter Schools (MTS) is a great place.

MTS is a strong K-12 school district, established in 1997 and committed to helping young people prepare for their whole lives. We start college and career focus as early as kindergarten, have a strong academic focus, and options for all grades, in school and online, and more. Read more

Kindergarten - 5th Grades

MTS Elementary
Small classes inspired by arts and science
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Banaadir Academy
Where strong academics and cultural values coexist
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MTS Connections Academy
Online community learning, statewide for students of all ages
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6th - 8th Grades

MTS Middle School
Motivated by individual possibility and technology
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Banaadir Academy
Where strong academics and cultural values coexist
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MTS Connections Academy
Online community learning, statewide for students of all ages
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Minnesota Virtual High School
Individual online learning, grades 6–12
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9th - 12th Grades

MTS High School
Traditional high school with specialty Academy opportunities in leadership with JROTC, health care, digital media, sports & rec, and trades
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Career Academics
PEASE
Peers Enjoying a Sober Education
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Online Education

Minnesota Virtual High School
Individual online learning, grades 6-12
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MTS Connections Academy
Online community learning, statewide for students of all ages
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Minnesota Transitions Charter Schools

“I have been mentoring a student for 4+ years. She now attends MTCS and I must say, that the last time we met, she seemed very happy and confident - I really have noticed a very positive change in her attitude and demeanor since she has started attending your school. 


She really appreciates the smaller class sizes and so many opportunities to interact with her classmates, teachers and staff. She is even participating in after school activities, something she had never done in the previous 4 years I'd known her.


I want to say thank you for the devoted work you do with youth in education & leadership.  In her former High School, I worried about her graduating, but now I have new hope that she will be a HS graduate because my impression is that she gets much more help here and the smaller classes are really contributing to this.”