Last week the MN Department of Education announced that 40 charter schools were designated High Quality Charter Schools and are eligible to apply for a Expansion or Replication Grant in 2018.
AFSA High School, Vadnais Heights; Arcadia Charter School, Northfield; Aspen Academy, Savage; Athlos Leadership Academy, Brooklyn Park; Cologne Academy, Cologne; Community of Peace Academy, St. Paul;
DaVinci Academy, Ham Lake; Discovery WoodsStar of the North Academy Montessori School, Brainerd; Eagle Ridge Academy Charter School, Minnetonka; East Range Academy of Technical Science, Eveleth; Face to Face Academy, St. Paul;
Global Academy, Columbia Heights; Great Expectations, Grand Marais; Harbor City International, Duluth; Higher Ground Academy, St. Paul; Hmong College Prep Academy, St. Paul; International Spanish Language Academy, Minnetonka;
KIPP Minnesota Charter School, Minneapolis; La Crescent Montessori & STEM School, La Crescent; Lionsgate Academy, Minnetonka; Math and Science Academy, Woodbury;
Nasha Shkola Charter School, Brooklyn Park; New Discoveries Montessori Academy, Hutchinson; Noble Academy, Brooklyn Park; North Lakes Academy, Forest Lake; Northeast College Prep, Minneapolis; Nova Classical Academy, St. Paul; Prodeo Academy, Minneapolis;
Riverway Learning Community Charter, Winona; Spectrum High School, Elk River; Star of the North Charter School, East Bethel; STEP Academy Charter School, St. Paul; Swan River Montessori Charter School, Monticello; TrekNorth High School, Bemidji; Twin Cities Academy, St. Paul; Twin Cities German Immersion Charter School, St. Paul;
Ubah Medical Academy Charter School, Hopkins; Universal Academy Charter School, Minneapolis; Yinghua Academy, Minneapolis