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Fun Activity Ideas for Minnehaha Academy Students

From exciting new hobbies to fun after-school activities, there are all types of ways Minnehaha Academy students can spend their free time in order to fight boredom. As class drags on, you’re probably daydreaming of taking off on a new adventure, starting a new social club or finding a productive hobby that will beef up your college application. Whatever it may be, there are things to do around every corner in Minneapolis, and we’ll help you find the right thing for you. 

Let’s take a look at some great activity ideas for Minehaha Redhawks that will prevent boredom from creeping into your life. 

Enjoy The Many Revered Spots Of South Minneapolis 

South Minneapolis is the standard bearer in terms of culture, entertainment, dining and recreation among the many communities of the greater Twin Cities. One of the best activities for high school students at Minnehaha Academy is a visit to the Chain of Lakes. Lake of the Isles, Calhoun and Harriet have enough beach space for you and your friends to spread out, have a bonfire and play yard games. Or, hit Lyndale and Lake street to find some home-town staples like Bryant Lake Bowl, Muddy Waters and Up-Down Arcade and then venture down to Hennepin Avenue for some of the cities’ best shopping opportunities.

Explore College Destinations

Whether you’re a freshman or a senior, there’s never a bad time to explore your educational aspirations first hand. And, Minnesota is chock-full of college towns that are great for a daytrip, overnighter or weekend getaway. You may be interested in learning amongst the natural beauty of the Great Lakes at Lake Superior College, getting a technical degree at Rochester Community College or enjoying a more traditional university experience at Minnesota State, for example.

Donate Your Time

There are many reasons to volunteer for a local charitable organization. And, Minnehaha Academy Students are in a unique position to provide help, given the social unrest that’s affected South Minneapolis over the past year. There are countless organizations that are taking volunteers, supplying you with a way to give back and feel good while doing it. Some of the many organizations that support minority communities in the area include the Racial Justice Network, Communities United Against Police Brutality (CUAPB) and CAIR-Minnesota (CAIR-MN).

Form An Activity Club At Minnehaha Academy

There are student activity clubs at Minnehaha Academy that serve a variety of interests, spanning subjects like music, STEM, academics, arts and more. If the traditional student clubs aren’t catching your attention, consider becoming a member of an organization outside of your school. There are clubs for every interest, from video games to photography, automobiles, airplanes and almost anything else you can think of.

Explore Many Great Minnesota Destinations

As a teenager, you may not have had the opportunity to get out and explore much, at least on your own. Even if you’re not 18 yet, it’s never too early to start planning your first big adventure. Thankfully, there are many destinations around Minnesota that make outstanding trips for first-time travelers thanks to their accessibility and general safety. Take a short drive to downtown Stillwater, where you’ll find quaint shops and scenic recreation areas. Or, check out the Duluth, Red Wing or a number of other top Minnesota tourist destinations and carve out your own excursion.

Try Flight Training For High Schoolers

If you’ve always wanted to explore an exciting hobby that can lead to lucrative college and career opportunities in the future, signing up for a high-school oriented flight training program is a good idea. Not only will you be challenged in new ways, you’ll be the envy of your friend group as you take off toward unknown destinations. Plus, you can start flight training years earlier than you can start driving a car, meaning anyone can sign up and fly a plane.  If you’re interested in learning what it’s like to be a pilot, try Inflight Pilot Training’s Discovery Flight Program today — you’ll get the chance to fly a plane yourself thousands of feet above the ground while receiving introductory training from a certified flight instructor (CFI).

Do you want to learn how to fly?

Taking control of an airplane and soaring the skies under the guidance of a professional pilot is an exciting experience and one that’s likely to become a lifelong passion. With our help, you can achieve the certification you want and set yourself up for future success in your education and career endeavors. All it takes to get started is a quick call or email to Inflight Pilot Training to learn more about our curriculum and schedule your first flight lesson.


For additional information on Inflight training programs, contact us today or call (952) 698-3000.