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Enroll Your Child at Our Charter High School in Rochester, MN


Every student learns differently. Some are more receptive to lecture-style teaching. Some need a more hands-on approach. Unfortunately, typical public schools don’t offer the variety of learning techniques students need.

If you’re looking for a school that takes a different approach to learning in the Rochester, MN area, Rosa Parks Charter High School is the place for your student. Rosa Parks is more than just a school. It’s a community of dedicated teachers who realize that every student learns differently because every student is unique; even at risk youths and the mentally challenged. The educators at our school embrace and celebrate each student’s individuality, and we even have at risk youth programs.

Contact us today to learn how your child can become a Rosa Parks Charter High School student.

Learn More Through Project Based Learning


At our charter school, we allow our students to be in charge of their own educational experience. We focus on project-based learning, a technique that lets students design and execute their own projects with teacher guidance. With project-based learning, students can chase their own interests while displaying all they’ve learned in the classroom so far.

Along with developing their academic skills, they’ll acquire skills they can use for the rest of their lives, including:
  • Time management
  • Goal setting
  • Self-motivation
  • Perseverance through challenges

Your students will still be required to meet all of the Minnesota Academic Standards, but they’ll be doing it in a way that suits their learning style and celebrates their strengths. Any type of student can benefit from project-based learning environments. Get in touch with us today to enhance your student’s learning experience.

We Don't Stop at Reading, Writing & Arithmetic


At Rosa Parks Charter High School, we deal with more than just basic academics. We push our students to learn about themselves and their fellow classmates. We encourage them to explore their interests and try new things. You’ll be surprised at how much your student can learn about themselves and the world around them with guidance from our educators.

Our charter school works on a lottery basis, so call us today at 507-282-3325 to learn how you can enter. We’d be happy to tell you more about our school as well as our at risk youth programs, education and mental health counseling.