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See the Video recordings and slides from the PSEO information sessions on 2/3/21:

Minneapolis Community and Technical College: Video recording, Slides

University of Minnesota: Video recording, Slides

PDF PSEO Student Parent Letter   --  Students and Parents, please read this letter if you are planning to take PSEO classes while at South.
PDF PSEO Checklist   --  Students and Parents, please see this checklist of steps to take if you are planning to take PSEO classes while at South.
PDF PSEO Deadlines for 2021-2022   --  Please see a list of MDE PSEO options as well as fall and spring semester deadline dates for Minneapolis College, Normandale, Concordia and Saint Paul College.
PDF UMN PSEO Application Time for 2021-2022   --  The Academic Year 2021-2022 application deadline (postmark) is April 16, 2021. All application materials must have a April 16 postmark or be electronically submitted to our office by April 16 at 11:59 pm. Late materials will not be accepted.
PDF PSEO Notice of Student Registration (2021-22) Form   --  This new form includes the ability to “type in” a signature. Because of the current COVID-19 issues, and for MDE purposes, the “typed in name” will suffice as a “signature”.
PDF UMN PSEO High School Balance Sheet   --  The balance sheet lists your remaining high school graduation requirements; it will help guide your PSEO course registration in summer when your high school counselor may not be available.
Earn College Credit and High School Credit Simultaneously

Dual Credit refers to all courses that allow students to earn high school and college credit while the student is in high school. There are a variety of ways MPS students can earn dual credit. Opportunities vary by school; however, all schools offer multiple ways students may earn both high school and college credit.

For MPS HS Advanced Academic Course Offerings SY17, click on the link:

For specific South information, refer to the Advanced Academics page: 

If a student is planning to take PSEO courses at a college, they should review the pre-approved list.  If a course is not on the list, they can complete a Rigorous Course Waiver application by following the process.

College Credits (per course)

High School Credit (per course)