Wayzata Transition is an excellent continuing education option for students with special needs who have completed their four years at Wayzata High School.
We prepare our students to become confident, employed adults who live as independently as possible.
Our students are part of a collegial community of learners, teachers and job coaches, and a school district they know and love.
What our partners have to say
The students are a pleasure to work with. When the student from Wayzata Transition is working front end, the entire store feeds off his positivity. As importantly, he makes every effort to provide warm, accurate, and prompt service to every guest, no matter how busy we are.
Ariel Johnson, Panera Bread, General Manager
Urban Air Is beyond excited to be able to partner with the Wayzata Transition Work Program. Being able to educate, train and develop this young adults has been vital to helping our staffing levels, as well as help them feel involved in our community! We continue to be grateful for this opportunity to partner!
Tanja Kaiser, Urban Air, Sales and Events Manager
Frequently Asked Questions
- Can I attend Wayzata Transition?
- Can I earn a diploma?
- What is the Wayzata Transition curriculum?
- What is the daily schedule for Wayzata Transition students?
- Where is Wayzata Transition? What's the space like?
- How many students attend Wayzata Transition?
- How do I enroll?
- Do you provide transporation?