High School Enrichment & Activities

High Schools Activities

  • Activites are offered through Community Education for each high school along with Drivers Education.

Bowling

  • Mounds View High School and Irondale High School both
    have bowling teams that compete in the Minnesota High
    School Bowling League. Teams are coed and open to
    students in grades 7 - 12. All skill levels are welcome to join.
    Participants must provide their own transportation to and
    from practices and matches.

Clay Target:

  • Welcome new and returning athletes to the Clay Target Club registration site.  We are looking forward to an exciting fall session. This co-ed program is offered under the administration of the MN High School Clay Target League.  For additional information and to register, click the register button. (Please make sure you select the correct high school that your student is currently attending)

Strategy Gaming:

  • Games cover a wide selection of strategy games and simulations that involve 2 to 7 players.  Many familiar games will be available such as Chess, Stratego, Risk, Settlers of Catan, and Ticket to Ride but you will quickly find many others that will become your favorites such as 7 Wonders, Acquire, Brass, Age of Industry, Civilization, History of the World and many more.  Apply your knowledge of Geography, Economics, Probability, Strategy, and tactics to handle the challenges presents by the games and your opponents!  2 options available.   Based on your transportation needs - take advantage of the 1 hour session and take the activity bus home.  The 2 hour session players can tackle more complex game formats and simulations.

Teens Inc. Driving School:

  • Teens Inc. Driving School is offering classes for students 14 years and above at Irondale High School and Mounds View High School. This 35-hour program will be conducted by a certified instructor from Teens Driving School, Inc., and will fulfill the state driver’s education requirement. The classroom portion of the course is 30 hours and will consist of lecture and discussion. Students will be taught defensive driving techniques and the “how to” and “whys” of safe driving. After completion of the program, students will be able to set up and participate in behind the wheel sessions to meet the six hour state requirement. Click here for more information or to register.  Questions? Call 651-468-1278.