Alternative Learning Center

Hendricks Public Schools is happy to offer all Minnesota students the option to attend courses through our Alternative Learning Center (ALC). Many of our courses can be offered through an online medium, so that students with all different needs can be successful in their high school career.

Students who benefit most from our ALC program are those in need of Credit Recovery options, those experiencing Scheduling Conflicts, and those looking to select from a Wide Variety of Courses that their school might not be able to offer. Check out our brochure for more info! (Click Here)

Enrollment into our ALC Program is easy! For more information, please contact our program coordinator at (507) 275-3115 or Meghan.Adams@isd402.org.

ALC Staff

Ms. Carmody

Music

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: Meghan.Carmody@isd402.org

Mrs. Chick

Art

Mr. Adams

English/Social Studies

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: Matthew.Adams@isd402.org

Mr. Heerdt

History

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: mheerdt.mnvss@gmail.com

Mr. Houck

Industrial Technology

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: Bruce.Houck@isd402.org

Mrs. Doom

Phys. Ed./Health

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: Hope.Doom@isd402.org

Mrs. Lane

Science

Phone: 515-332-1430
E-mail: elane.mnvss@gmail.com

Mrs. Finley

Math

Phone: 612-756-8523
Email: kfinley.mnvss@gmail.com

Mrs. Simon

Spanish

Phone: 507-951-4934
E-mail: mjmmsimon@gmail.com

Mr. Thoresen

History/Social Studies

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: scott.thoresen@isd402.org

Dr. Walker

Business

Phone: 507-230-1267
E-mail: jeff.walker1957@yahoo.com

Mrs. Martin

English

Phone: 218-391-1217
E-mail: rmartin.mnvss@gmail.com

Mrs. Gentry

Math

Phone: 507-275-3115
E-mail: kayla.gentry@isd402.org

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Online College in the High School (OCHS)

Online College in the High School (OCHS) is a Distance Minnesota program that offers college transfer, career and technical courses to high school students through a distance learning format. Students receive high school credit and college credit at the same time, without ever traveling to campus!