WELCOME TO PRAIRIE SEEDS ACADEMY!
If you are looking for a robust public Charter School that provides college preparatory training, a compassionate global community of students; a family weaving together the traditions and celebrations of their many heritages and cultures; competitive soccer; basketball; track and field; volleyball; wide-ranging community service programs; and a great atmosphere for learning, then Prairie Seeds Academy is for you! Drawing students from the entire Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area, we are molding future generations.
Prairie Seeds Academy is an International Baccalaureate -MYP School. Whether they are engaging in one of our academic programs, honors programs, college classes in school, or PSEO classes at local colleges, students discover their true passions and interests. Through the National Honor Society and a host of other activities, our students discover a love of learning; their place in society; their purpose in the world; their need for community engagement, and their own deep personal gratification.
We strive to sustain our zero tolerance in bullying, and harassment at PSA. We seed feelings of safety and acceptance for all. We hold tremendous respect and appreciation across the board for the talent, work, and efforts of each person in our community. We carefully nurture our students from kindergarten through high school and marvel as they become ready for the challenges that they will be facing as peacemakers, educators, and business leaders in our 21st century global community.
We invite you to learn more about us: Explore our website. Come for a visit. Discover Prairie Seeds Academy.
Cha Ger Yang, CEO, Prairie Seeds Academy
Antibullying Posters Winners!
Ms. Rachel talks about being bullied in the PSA video by Cindy Vang Families at PSA Conferences PSA students and families met with staff and teachers to support student success and to attend to their family’s health. Thanks to all who made this a wonderful event.
The three winner of the Anti-Bullying Poster Contest took their tasks to heart. Keely who is in Ms. Nguyen’s 5th Grade Class, Eric who is in Ms. Anderson’s 3rd grade and Gao Ia who is in Ms. Shereve’s 4th Grade inspire us with their messages of caring and thoughtfulness.
Ms. Rachel talks about being bullied in the PSA video by Cindy Vang
Families at PSA Conferences
PSA students and families met with staff and teachers to support student success and to attend to their family’s health. Thanks to all who made this a wonderful event.