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Main Street School of Performing Arts Information Sessions
Main Street School of Performing Arts (MSSPA) will hold Information Sessions throughout the school year for prospective students who may be interested in transferring, or enrolling, for the 2013-14 school year.
All information sessions will be held the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Main Street School of Performing Arts located at 1320 Mainstreet in downtown Hopkins.
All Information Sessions are open to prospective students and family members interested in learning more about Main Street School of Performing Arts. The sessions include information on curriculum, and offer a chance to meet current faculty and staff, and current students, to learn more about life at MSSPA.
About Main Street School of the Performing Arts: Established in 2003, Main Street School is a tuition-free, four-year charter high school conveniently located in the heart of downtown Hopkins, and serving students from across the Twin Cities metro area. A place of inspiration and imagination, Main Street School offers students an arts-centered education, wrapped in a challenging academic curriculum. MSSPA is proud to have the University of St. Thomas as their Charter School Authorizer.
More About Main Street School of Performing Arts
Main Street School of Performing Arts (MSSPA) is a tuition free public charter school offering a full general education curriculum that meets all graduation requirements for the state of Minnesota while allowing students the opportunity to under take college level advanced placement courses in all areas of academic study. Students at MSSPA also have access to courses in music, art, theatre and dance that are unavailable to students enrolled in other Minnesota public high schools.
MSSPA is able to offer enrolled students small class sizes, the attention of fully licensed instructors, counseling and guidance support, special education programs, and participation in the most active four years arts focused high school in the area. MSSPA puts on more productions than any other public arts focused programs in the area.