Simley High School offers a variety of post-secondary preparatory courses, including the College Board’s College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). High school students can take CLEP exams to earn college credit for a fraction of the cost of a college class. Simley students can choose to take CLEP exams in communications, sociology, and college algebra. Students who … More Simley Students Earn Credits Through CLEP
The workforce is changing, and with it, the knowledge employees need and the skills employers demand. The TriDistrict partners are working together on this challenge, and . We invite you to work with us on this ambitious goal. Your support, experience, and insight will be invaluable as we work to expand programs and classes that … More Calling all local business leaders!
The Internet is full of information for students about future careers, but there is no better way to learn about a potential occupation than from someone who is already doing it. That is why Henry Sibley partners with BestPrep, a nonprofit organization that, among other programs, connects teens with eMentors–volunteers who correspond with students by … More Henry Sibley students explore careers through eMentors program
On May 15, students in Pat Killian’s Anatomy and Human Physiology course furthered their investigations of the circulatory system by dissecting pig hearts. The operations were conducted under the guidance of Dr. Daniel Saltzman, the Chief of Pediatric Surgery at the University of Minnesota and a parent of two Sibley graduates. In addition to assisting … More U of M Chief of Pediatric Surgery visits Henry Sibley