Wayzata Public Schools will be closed for students through April 30. Online learning will begin for our students on Monday, April 6 following our previously-scheduled spring break. Visit our Coronavirus COVID-19 Response Plan page for more information about Online Learning Plans, Meals for Students in Need, and Childcare for Emergency Personnel. Updated Thursday, April 2 at 10:00 a.m.

Alternative Learning Center

Providing support necessary to ensure students make academic, social and emotional progress through their high school years.

Wayzata High School's Alternative Learning programs are designed to address the academic, social and emotional needs of students in grades 9-12 who may be struggling in traditional education settings by:

  • Increasing student motivation toward school and learning
  • Improving each student’s academic skills
  • Building classroom culture that demonstrates the caring principles
  • Developing each student’s skills in critical thinking and problem solving
  • Giving each student reason to feel self-worth and hope for his/her future

Staff Commitment

Wayzata High School Alternative Learning staff are committed to the education of each member of our community. We desire to make a difference in the lives of the students and the roles students will play as adults in the world.

Mary Williams, Associate Principal

Mary Williams

Associate Principal
763-745-6638
Mary.Williams@wayzataschools.org