Southwest Metro Intermediate District

Chaska and Chanhassen High Schools, through the SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288, will offer courses in downtown Chaska. Courses at SW Metro give 11th and 12th grade students immediate employment skills and solid career training. Furthermore, SW Metro courses allow students to apply skills learned in other high school courses. Students must register for classes at SW Metro during the spring registration and cannot add these classes during the school year.

Schedule: Classes at SW Metro are one period long. Students earn 1.0 credits per semester for CSEC classes.

Transportation: Eastern Carver County Schools provides transportation for students attending classes at SW Metro. Students are expected to take school provided transportation. Under special circumstances students may request a Parent/Guardian Waiver of School-Provided Transportation. Waiver applications, driving regulations and procedures may be obtained in the House Offices. A waiver will be granted only to the driver. Under no circumstances may students transport other students between Chaska and Chanhassen High Schools and SW Metro.

Post-Secondary Accreditation: Students may be eligible to receive post-secondary credits for Career and Technical coursework they complete at SW Metro. The following criteria apply:
Students must have enrolled in one of the SW Metro Career and Technical courses: Computer Repair and Computer Networking, Auto Mechanics, Construction Trades, and Cosmetology. Students may receive post-secondary credit at some Community and Technical Colleges as well as some private institutions.

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