The Princeton Area Learning Center strives to support students in high school seeking a more individualized program. Our goal is to assist you in developing the skills needed to earn your high school diploma and offer support as you become college and career ready.
Where is the Princeton Area Learning Center located?
We are happy to announce the ALC has moved into its permanent home in the new Student Services building. The building is located at 1506 1st Street in Princeton.
Who can attend an alternative school?
Students from any Minnesota school district can attend the Princeton Area Learning Center once a referral is completed and submitted by your high school guidance counselor. Click here to fill out enrollment paperwork.
According to the State of Minnesota Department of Education, eligible students meet any of the following criteria:
How do I apply to attend the Princeton Area Learning Center?In order to apply and build a continual learning plan, you must first seek a referral from your high school guidance counselor.
Please email us at email@example.com or call the ALC at 763-389-6719.
Announcement: On Monday, April 3rd, school will be cancelled at the ALC. Staff from the Student Services Department will be participating in professional development. The team will be traveling to Onamia for ACES (Adverse Childhood Experiences) training. Presenters will provide information on building healthy communities which supports our district mission. Students will be encouraged to bring additional work home to be completed over the long weekend. If you have any questions, please give us a call.