We have over 200 opportunities for youth that grow imagination, promote creativity, and provide opportunities to connect! We have in-person options and online options to fit the needs of everyone. From soccer to computer programming, we encourage you to explore all the classes and camps we have available. Click on the class category below to register and learn more about what we have to offer:
If you have expertise you want to share with others, are a good communicator and love connecting with your neighbors, please consider teaching a community ed class.
No teaching credentials needed.
May 1 for classes to be taught September-December
October 1 for classes to be taught January-May
January 2 for classes to be taught June-August
- Do community ed teachers get paid?
- What are the parameters for class design?
- How do you decide what classes to offer?
- How do you decide what you charge for a class?
- How do you promote Community Ed classes?
There is a great deal of flexibility in class design, but here are some general guidelines.
- Most classes tend to be between one and a half to two hours long.
- You can teach a topic that lasts a single session or have multiple sessions - two sessions, three sessions, weekly sessions, twice a week sessions or whatever is appropriate for your class.
- Youth classes can be offered after school, evenings or on Saturdays.
- Adult classes can be offered Monday through Thursday evenings between 6:00 and 9:00 p.m. and between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on Saturdays.
Wayzata Community Ed is committed to offering learning opportunities for everyone in our community. Each family member may receive $100 per school year to support participation. The criteria to receive scholarship funds are:
- Families live in the Wayzata Public Schools boundaries OR children are enrolled in WPS
- Demonstrate a financial need to qualify
Wayzata Public Schools Community Education has created a strategic partnership with A+ Driving School, to provide Driver Education. A+ Driving School provides both classroom instruction and behind the wheel instruction.
MacPhail Strings Lessons
- Held at Greenwood Elementary and Gleason Lake Elementary
- 24 lessons from October to May are either small group lessons (grades 2-3) or private lessons (grades 4-5)
- cost is $677 for group lessons, and $1169 for private lessons
- Performances at MacPhail in March and Central Middle School in May
- Students supply their own instrument, music stand, and purchase their own music books
How do I register?
All registrations will be taken by MacPhail Center for Music. You can secure your spot by filling out this form. MacPhail student services will be in touch to help you create an account and set up payment.
Contact Morgan Huenink, MacPhail School Partnerships Coordinator with questions.
Can I rent an instrument from Community Ed?
We have a limited supply of instruments. Contact Community Ed at 763-745-5200 to check on availability and arrange an appointment to be fitted.