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The Next Generation of College Prep

The Minerva Baccalaureate is a transformative four-year program that teaches essential skills across disciplines. The program blends self-paced coursework with engaging peer-based class time, offering the advantages of both individualized and fully active learning techniques.


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More Efficient

Enhanced course design and assessment tools provide teachers with greater flexibility by focusing class time on student interaction.

More Resilient

The flexible model offers continuity of academic programming, whether students are on campus or learning remotely.

More Effective

With leading technology and proven instructional practices, the program interweaves coursework for improved learning outcomes.

A new standard of quality was introduced today, the Minerva Baccalaureate. It’s a new interdisciplinary high school course of study designed around critical career competencies.
Tom Vander Ark, Forbes Read the article
Select Minerva Baccalaureate Partnerships
Elite Education Group

This global leader in K-12 education and college preparatory services announces its multi-year strategic partnership to offer the Minerva Baccalaureate in its Open School programs.

American School of Santo Domingo

Located in the Dominican Republic, ASSD is utilizing the Minerva Baccalaureate as the basis for its entire curriculum.

Beyond Dream School

An innovative Korean institution, BDS leads the adoption of the Minerva Baccalaureate on the Asian continent.

Stanza Academy

A STEAM-focused online private school, Stanza Academy offers the Minerva Baccalaureate to students moving toward college, a career, and a lifetime of success.

Minerva partners with leading high schools around the world to reinvent the college prep curriculum.

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Minerva Voices

In this recent piece for the WISE blog, Joshua Fost, Ph.D. explores ways high schools can rethink their approach to teaching and learning.

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