After school programs for youth at Minneapolis Public Schools locations
Promoting families healthy growth and development through education, support and community building.
Adult Enrichment Academics
Adult Enrichment Health, Wellness & Safety
Adult Enrichment Writing
Adult Enrichment Yoga & Mind-Body Practices
Online programming for students at Andersen, Anwatin, Folwell, Jefferson and Northeast
Online programming for 6-8 students at Anthony, Barton, Keewaydin, Marcy, Lake Harriet, Justice Page, Sanford, Seward, and all other schools.
Online programming for students at Cityview, Green Central, Hall, Jenny Lind and Lucy Laney
Spend quality time with your child learning and playing together. Parent discussion will examine topics through the lens of fatherhood. Explore the joys and challenges of being a dad.
ECFE Summer 2020 Offerings
An opportunity to provide a culturally and linguistically specific ECFE experience to families from Afghanistan.
An opportunity to provide a culturally and linguistically specific ECFE experience to families from India.
Here's your chance to spend some uninterrupted time together participating in toddler-friendly activities that support growth and development.
Give the gift of learning. Gift vouchers can be purchased in a variety of denominations and can be used for most Community Education Youth & Adult Enrichment classes. Some restrictions apply.
Receive State-required classroom instruction. Students must attend all 30 hours of instruction, no make-up dates available. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive a letter of completion. Class is open to students age 14 and older; students cannot receive a permit until their 15th birthday. Behind-the-Wheel Training is arranged, scheduled and paid for separately with your choice of provider. Contact 612.668.4326 if you have questions about payment options. In order to enroll online, students must have their profile linked the profile of another adult.
Minnesota State Law requires students to be present during all 30 hours of classroom training to receive their certificate of completion which allows them to enroll in Behind-the-Wheel Training. Drivers between the ages of fifteen and eighteen wishing to take their instructional permit test have to show proof of enrollment in six hours of Behind-the-Wheel Training. This proof of enrollment is commonly referred to as a blue card. Many of the classroom instructors Minneapolis Community Education contracts also provide Behind-the-Wheel Training through their own agency and they are able to share that information with students. Students are not required to take Behind-the-Wheel Training with their classroom instructor. Minneapolis Community Education makes no recommendation for providers of Behind-the-Wheel Training but can give contact information to families of specific providers upon request. Cost for Behind-the-Wheel Training is not included in the cost of this classroom instruction.
Elite Driving School
Full - waiting list