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Pathways

At Burnsville High School, we are focused on ensuring students are "Future Ready" when they graduate. We do that by encouraging them to explore their interests, find their passions and plan for their future success in careers and college. 

The Pathways model at Burnsville High School represents a sweeping change in how we encourage students to think about and plan for the Burnsville High School experience. A Pathway is basically a series of classes that students can take to help them follow their interests and prepare for the future. By looking at the Pathway that includes a career interest of theirs, students will find classes that make sense for them.

Pathways Poster

Click on the image at left to read more about Career Fields & Pathways at Burnsville High School in our Course Catalog. 

Download a Pathways Flyer

Download the complete Course Catalog

 

 

 

 

 

Elementary Pathways

Creatining equitable programming and pathways for all District 191 students  

Watch a video for an overview of K-5 Pathways coming fall 2020

Recent Innovation Posts

Superintendent's Column: Creating equitable programming and Pathways for all District 191 students

Jan15th

Imagine if you didn’t have to worry about which school your child attends. Wherever they go, they find welcoming, caring, talented teachers and staff. They have opportunities to explore...

Sky Oaks presents at national conference for experts in social and emotional learning

Oct28th CASEL

Sky Oaks Elementary was selected to present at the Collaborative Approach for Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) inaugural SEL Exchange, held Oct. 2-4 in Chicago. The conference...

Greater Twin Cities United Way grant spotlights manufacturing careers

Oct10th a group of students work on a project

A grant from the Greater Twin Cities United Way (GTCUW) totaling $10,000 is intended to expose Burnsville High School students to careers in manufacturing.  Sourced through GTCUW by...

Student-driven ‘Change to Chill’ room helps students identify and manage stress

Sep16th you make my world a better place

Burnsville High School was selected to be a pilot school for a program called Change to Chill (CTC) after applying for and receiving a grant through Allina Health.  Fully funded by...

‘Flexible learning’ plan will counteract days lost for weather

Jun14th

During the 2018-19 school year, snow or extreme cold weather led to six school days being canceled and two more starting late. Although two days were eventually made up, four of the...

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