Maplewood Academy Connected Learning
Maplewood Academy is a multi-campus, Seventh-day Adventist high school operated by the Minnesota Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Its Hutchinson, Minnesota location functions as the main administrative and boarding campus. Through connected learning, MWA has students in various locations within Minnesota, and is approved to open new campuses anywhere within the North American Division.
MWA’s mission is to grow. connect. educate. with Jesus. We are passionate about providing a high-quality, wholistic, Seventh-day Adventist high school education to as many students as possible across North America. MWA views Connected Learning as its way to be true to Jesus' Great Commission of Matthew 28:18-20, by bringing Christ-centered, quality teaching and learning to students, wherever they live.
What is Connected Learning?
Connected Learning is an education model that leverages live video conferencing technology to provide a complete, interactive educational experience for high school students on multiple campuses. Students interact with their teachers and each other in real time during each class, and are also trained to utilize a specific set of online tools to manage textbooks, assignments and projects, and to communicate outside of class with their teachers and classmates.
How do I apply to be a connected student or open a connected campus?
If you are a prospective connected learning student OR a church or school leader interested in starting a connected learning campus, contact Vanessa Pujic, Vice Principal for Connected Learning, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone: 269.277.3174.