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Is Online Learning Right For My Student?

To ensure academic success in online education, your child should have:

  • Maturity to complete tasks with little supervision from the class instructor

  • Motivation to complete work alone when you are not around
  • Time management skills to study and complete assignments
  • Technology skills required to take an online course

Students who are more successful in an online program are those who:

  • Have completed homework on a consistent basis in a traditional classroom setting
  • Have encouraging supervision at home
  • Have a positive attitude about school
  • Are conscientious and persistent in accomplishing goals


Principal Mark Jansen
Email: markja@mystma.orgPhone: 763-200-1463

Located at St. Michael-Albertville Knights Academy in the Community Education Building

60 Central Avenue West
St. Michael, MN 55376

Internet Safety

Internet safety is a priority for all our students. At home, it is important to talk with your students about how to be safe while on the web. Here are some tips from Common Sense Media:

Never share names, schools, ages, phone numbers, or addresses.

  • Never open an email from a stranger--it may contain viruses that can harm a computer.
  • Never send pictures to strangers or view pictures that strangers send to them.
  • Keep passwords private (except to parents).
  • Tell a trusted adult if something mean or inappropriate happens on the internet.
  • Find additional information at Common Sense Media by age group.

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