About Owatonna Online

Owatonna Online is a comprehensive K-12 school open to all students in Minnesota.  There is no cost to attend Owatonna Online. 

  • Owatonna Online for grades K-5 provides live, online interaction paired with independent online activities through an Owatonna educator each day. Our teachers have training and experience in teaching both in person and online.
  • Owatonna Online for grades 6-8 is a blended model of live teaching and independent work that provides greater student flexibility the older they are.

  • Students in Grades 9-12 will engage in self-paced, flexible learning with goal setting and timelines to ensure successful completion of course requirements.

  • Owatonna Online works alongside students, families and staff in order to design a program that works best for every student's individual learning style while adhering to state education requirements. 

  • Owatonna Online provides extensive family involvement through frequent communication.  At the K-8 level, a learning coach model will be utilized to support student success.

  • The curriculum is a blend of proven online curriculum strengthened by Owatonna School’s high quality curriculum and teachers.
  • Owatonna Online provides each student with an iPad (K-1) or Chromebook (2-12). We have a robust technology support system to assist with technology needs.
  • Students in Owatonna Online will have access to support services (including social workers, counselors, English language learners and special education teachers) to meet individualized student needs.

  • The invitation to enroll in Owatonna Online is open to all K-12 students in Minnesota. 

  • Owatonna Online is a state-approved, comprehensive online education provider.

Questions about Owatonna Online?

To learn more about this accredited online school that is supported by our licensed Owatonna Public Schools teachers, please let us know if you are interested in joining us for an upcoming informational webinar by completing this form

Contact us at mkrell@isd761.org or 507-444-8613