Scott County has requested school districts help in the outreach for the 2020 Census. The census serves as the basis for distributing federal assistance to schools and educational institutions including Title I aid, the National School Lunch Program and special education grants.
The Minnesota Center for Advanced Professional Studies (MNCAPS) is a partnership of education, industry and community, immersing all students in profession-based learning experiences. Click here to view the pathway options.
Our vision is to develop innovative leaders for the global economy.
HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE CREDIT
Students will earn high school credit for each of the courses taken at MNCAPS. A student earning a passing grade of 70 percent or better in a MNCAPS course may earn college credit through College Now Concurrent Enrollment Program. If the MNCAPS course contains Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) it may transfer to one of the Minnesota State College & Universities (MnSCU).