Lake Superior College

LAKE SUPERIOR COLLEGE – Post Secondary Enrollment Options


Juniors & Seniors can take a number of courses to earn college credit right here at Wrenshall High School.  Through affiliation with Lake Superior College (LSC), students an have Concurrent Enrollment in various courses taught by credentialed Wrenshall teachers on campus.  These courses allow students to receive both high school and college credit at the same time, with the college credit being transferable.  To earn college credit, students must meet the requirements of LSC and Wrenshall High School.


Honors Online allows high school Juniors and Seniors to earn both high school and college credit for online classes offered by the college and taught by college professors, but taken via the internet on the Wrenshall campus.  This allows students to be enrolled in college classes, yet stay on campus.  You must be a self-motivated learner in order to be successful in these courses.


Juniors and Seniors also have the option of On-Campus programming that allows students to attend a college campus for courses and receive both high school and college credit.



Info for High School Students

Associate of Arts Degree (60 credits) & Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (40 credits) – Program Guide



Accuplacer Information

Accuplacer Testing Tips and Requirements

Accuplacer Program Manual: Beginning on page 18, view the skills and knowledge assessed in each Accuplacer test.
Accuplacer Practice Tests: Choose Classic Accuplacer Sample Questions and use Reading, Elementary Algebra, and College Level Math tests
Accuplacer Next Generation Information: All schools must move to the Next Generation tests by January 2020. Read more about these tests here.


College in the Schools (CITS) – CONCURRENT:

CITS Student Handbook 18-19

Important Dates and Deadlines 18-19


CITS Accuplacer Reading Waiver 

CITS Accuplacer Math Waiver 


Honors Online (HOL):

HOL Information and Process

HOL Important Academic Dates and Deadlines 18-19

HOL Important Academic Dates and Deadlines Fall 2019

HOL Course Options Fall 2019

HOL Course Options – Spring 2019

HOL Registration Form


College Campus PSEO:

MNSCU Application

Notice of Student Registration Form 18-19

Notice of Student Registration Form 19-20

Counselor Parent Form



LSC’s Tutoring and Learning Center provides services to College in the School students, Honors Online students, and On-Campus PSEO students.  These services are free, and students at a distance can access them.  If you are a student who may benefit from the help of a tutor, you have the following options at your disposal:

1. Visiting LSC (Rooms E2330, E2356 or E2366)

2. Phone: (218)-733-5927

3. Email:

The following schedule is of when professional tutors are available spring semester and what classes the tutors can assist with.  Note that there are also peer tutors available at additional times and that the writing lab encourages appointments.

Content Area Courses Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Math All CITS Math, Physics 7:30AM-5:00PM 7:30AM-6:00PM 7:30AM-6:00PM 7:30AM-6:00PM 8:00AM-3:00PM
Science All CITS Biology, Chemistry, and Psychology; Intro to Sociology 8:00AM-4:30PM 9:30AM-6:00PM 8:00AM-4:30PM 8:00AM-4:30PM 7:30AM-4:00PM
English All CITS English, Communication, and Political Science 8:00AM-12:00PM 8:00AM-2:00PM 8:00AM-12:00PM 8:00AM-2:00PM

LSC Tutoring & Learning Center BOOKMARK

Please contact the following people for further information:

Jenna Trenberth – LSC College in the Schools Coordinator – Phone (218.733.5922) – Email:

Kelli Hallsten Erickson – LSC Tutoring and Learning Center Director – Email:



NEXT Accuplacer Testing Session:  

Thursday, May 14th, 2019:  7:30am in room 124 (Mrs. Swanson).