How do we nurture students toward empathy and difficult conversations about race? We help them listen. In this in-depth article we examine some of the ways the Minnehaha Academy community is working to increase our ability to listen to each other's stories, as well as to navigate difficult conversations about race.
What's it like to be a student at Minnehaha Academy? Discover what daily life is like by checking out our social media feeds, blog, and magazine. You'll find photos and stories of what our amazing students and teachers are doing in and out of the classroom!
Freshmen Tennyson, Karenna, and Ophelia took home honorable mentions for their writing in this year's international Quill & Scroll journalism contest, and Annika '20 (leading the team for this project) took second place for the feature layout, "100 Years of Student Journalism."
This winter's student-produced musical pulled in sixteen honors from Hennepin Theatre Trust's Spotlight Education program. The play, "Junie B. Jones, the Musical," demanded a certain amount of creativity and flexibility in order to pull it off while following social distancing safety guidelines.
Zac, a Minnehaha Academy senior, along with his theatre classmates, decided that this spring the show must go on! Through creativity and persistence the students found new ways to perform safely during the pandemic.