We are a community school for pregnant and parenting students and their children. We believe that education should be hands-on and relevant to real-life, college and career. We do so with a personalized school model that includes both blended-online and project-based learning.

Graduation 2014

Broadway's High School graduation ceremony will be held on June 4th at 6:00pm at Anne Sullivan School: 3100 E 28th St, Minneapolis.  Family and friends of graduates are encouraged to attend.

National African American Involvement Day

On February 10th, we will celebrate National African American Involvement Day.  We will have a poetry reading by Paris Bennett, former American Idol contestant, and a fashion show.  All Broadway High School families are welcome to attend.  Refreshments will be provided.

Camp St. Croix Fieldtrip

To kick off another new school year, Broadway students and staff attended their second annual field trip to Camp St. Croix in Hudson, WI on Wednesday, September 11. The day camp, hosted by the YMCA, was full of group games, team building activities, puzzles, obstacle courses, and mind games. The weather was perfect, and there were a lot of smiles, laughs, high fives, and cheering. The quote of the day was, "Work smarter, not harder."

Summer School Projects

Even though summer school at Broadway was cut a few days short (due to a huge storm that took out power lines), students were able to create some incredible, meaningful projects.  One such project was a collaborative one in which health students researched raising healthy children.  Learn more by watching their Prezi.

Donate to Broadway High School

Broadway High School is funded through Minneapolis Public Schools as an alternative program.  However, due to the unique nature of our program, there are needs that go beyond the basics.  If you would like to learn more about our special projects and how you can financially contribute to Broadway High School, click on the link here. Give here.


At Broadway High School we provide a personalized learning environment for students to complete their high school education and build a strong future through an emphasis on attendance, academic achievement, and positive relationships. By encouraging critical thought, providing prenatal and parenting education, and partnering with community services we support diploma-driven parents and kindergarten ready children as they establish the groundwork for lifelong learning.


Every teen parent will be prepared for post-secondary education and employment. Every child will be ready for kindergarten.

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