• MonJan21 No ECFE Classes and No Creative Play Programming
    • MonJan21 NO SCHOOL - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Tiger Club CLOSED)
    • TueJan22 No ECFE Classes and No Creative Play Programming
    • TueJan22 Early Childhood Screening 12:00 PM to 6:00 PMFCC
    • TueJan22 RLS PTO Meeting 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMRLS

Fridley moore lake area learning center

The Fridley Moore Lake Area Learning Center offers educational opportunities from credit recovery to a full academic path.  Students choose our program to learn, to grow in ways never thought possible, and to have fun while working hard. We invite you to learn more in person and see us in action.

"Freedom with Responsibility"

Our students embody the meaning of this phrase throughout their experience with us. The choices available are exciting and liberating. A high school diploma is within your reach!

We offer many different scheduling options so our students have the freedom to set their schedule according to their life situation. Students with jobs have the possibility to earn elective credit towards their graduation.  Our Extended Day Program is also available from 3:15 - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday, for those who need just credit recovery.  This is great for students who are a little behind in their credits.

Students will learn the consequences of freedom, and how their choices lead to outcomes. By learning from both mistakes and successes, students form a better understanding of how to manage their time, balance their energies, and enjoy a busy life to the fullest. They learn to live up to expectations rather than conform to rules. The personal and intellectual freedom allows students new opportunities for growth through responsibility.

These two powerful words work together to create a balanced, fulfilling, and exciting online educational experience that provides a set of lessons to last a lifetime.

Academic Rigor and Challenge

Our program has a challenging academic environment. Our students and faculty have high expectations. Our teachers are here to support our students at every turn. Students set their own goals, with teacher guidance, and create individual learning plans to meet these goals.  Call us to see if you qualify for our program.     

On a mission to fight pollution, Stevenson kindergarten students kicked off a school-wide initiative as they 'saved seeds' on January 11, 2019.

Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools January 2019 Employee of the Month, Lisa Schloegl, paraprofessional at Stevenson Elementary.

Fridley Middle School 7th and 8th grade students enjoyed the "Gopher Experience" on December 7, 2018 - a program for middle school students to visit campus to learn from U of M student athletes.

Fridley Public Schools Superintendent and Fridley High School students participating in the STRIVE program pitched in to help fill the Salvation Army red kettles at the Fridley Sam's Club on December 12, 2018.

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