The future home of Hiawatha Collegiate High School – 3500 E. 28th St. Minneapolis, MN
Our new high school building will welcome over 400 scholars in the fall of 2018. Core classes in math, science, social studies, literature, and English, along with electives: Spanish, art, college seminars, physical education, among others. Honors and AP classes are offered beginning sophomore year. 

Now accepting applications for Fall 2018!


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“Hiawatha Academies is honored to have such dedicated partners for this project,” said Hiawatha Academies’ Chief Operating Officer, Sean Elder. “The future Hiawatha Collegiate High School campus ensures a college preparatory K-12 pathway for all Hiawatha scholars and families.”

You’re invited to visit our current campus. If you are a student interested in shadowing a Hiawatha Collegiate High School student ambassador, you can sign up for a half day or a full day session. Tours are every Tuesday and Thursday through the end of the school year. This is a great opportunity to meet other students, have fun and ask questions. Our current location is: 4640 17th Ave., So., Minneapolis, MN 55407. For more information, call 612-547-9056.
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Para folletos en español, haga clic aquí.

“Our students are so excited about the new building and all of the programmatic possibilities it’ll house,” stated Hiawatha Collegiate’s Founding Principal, Nicole Cooley. “Many have offered valuable input on the layout and design, and they are eager to move in and found something really special.”

Our scholars will enjoy 102,600 square feet of learning space including 36 classrooms, atrium community spaces, auditorium, stage, state of the art lecture hall, bio and chemistry labs, dance, art and choir rooms, food court and cafeteria, large gymnasium, weight room, locker rooms, and a regulation high school soccer field!

This project is made possible with the support of partners including Sunrise Banks | Chase | Propel Nonprofits (formally Nonprofits Assistance Fund) | Partners for the Common Good | Anchor Bank | Charter Schools Development Corporation.
Members of the Minnesota Business Partnership, including Polaris, Xcel Energy, Hubbard Broadcasting, and Dorsey & Whitney LLP, are also dedicating significant resources to the project. For project overview, click here.

Our construction partners include: U+B architecture & design, inc. | Collins Electrical & Technology | Schreiber Mullaney Construction | Yale Mechanical | TenSquare. For planned redevelopment frequently asked questions, click here.