Hmong Times Education
The Hmong Times Education section delivers in depth articles that report on anything that is important to the education of our Hmong citizens. You will find information pertaining to all levels of education, from Elementary education, High School, Vocational School or College. You will also find information about current and pending legislation that pertains to the quality of our communities education.
Hmong College Prep Academy’s Boys’ Soccer Team recently completed their 2018 season. Though ending section play with a 2-1 loss to Hill-Murray, the Warriors completed the year with an 11-1-2 record, the best in school history.
You might have heard that there’s an “aha” moment when you realize a college is just right for you. That feeling does not arrive out of the blue.
Eighth graders at Community School of Excellence Charter School (CSE) are offered a unique opportunity to go on a learning expedition to Thailand or Laos for two weeks, where the school has sister schools.
In the fall of 2007 Noble Academy opened its doors. The school began as the brainchild of its current Superintendent Neal Thao. A year later Dr. Mai Yia Chang joined the Noble Academy family.
A teacher is a person who has the ability to activate curiosity, knowledge, and wisdom in others, and you have decided to become one. The following are the steps to help you become a teacher in Minnesota.
Hmong College Prep Academy is proud to announce that it will be hosting The Essay Workshop, presented by The Claremont Colleges Admission Team-California. The event is free and open to area high school juniors and seniors.
Young Learners Get a Jump Start on the Future at Hmoob Toj Siab Children’s House, the Nation’s First Hmong-English Montessori School
Seniors from Hmong College Prep Academy recently completed a tour of Wisconsin colleges and universities.
A new school year is here and parents are faced with financial and organizational challenges. How do you prepare your home for some of the busiest days of your lives?
(StatePoint) Parents are socking away more money for their children’s higher education, and they are doing so in smarter ways, suggests a new report from Sallie Mae.