We prepare children to be active participants in our democracy. Our graduates leave with a foundation guided by values and an intellectual discipline that prepares them for a rich and successful academic life. They are prepared to ask complex, thoughtful questions, to find answers, to advocate for themselves and others.
“Friends School of Minnesota set our children up to succeed, and it shows in the transition to high school. I’m astounded at how ready they are to handle increasing independence.” — Christina, Alumni Parent
“I chose this school for my children because I feel 100% confident that they are getting the best education with the best values.”
Hanna, Alumna & Parent
Queries are questions designed to help the people at Meeting for Worship reflect on their own lives and how they are interacting in the world.
What do artists and scientists have in common? How can viewing an object from the perspective of an artist help scientific understanding?