•  2019-2020 School Year
    Internship Opportunties

    Forest Lake Area High School is looking to create ways for students to learn by doing. Internship opportunities will be added here as they become available. 
  • Media & Technology
    Support Team

    (Student Tech Team) 

    Students may register for these courses, but final selection of team members will be done through an application process. All students who want to be a part of the student tech team should register for it and must also complete an online application by February 17, 2019. The online application can be found at this link.


    Media & Technology Support Team IA/B
    Course: 1550/1551
    Grade: 10-12

    Prerequisite: Students should register for this course, but they must be selected by the instructor following student application process

    Students will become members of the Tech Team to develop knowledge and understanding of a wide range of instructional technologies while assisting their peers and staff members. Students will work as an adjunct to the tech support staff, and will provide support and perform minor repairs. Students work independently and in pairs to provide a technology help desk. In addition, students work on projects and assignments designed to increase their knowledge and skills in things such as Google Apps, web development, use of peripheries, hardware and software repair and upgrades, etc. In addition to class time, the whole team has monthly meetings outside of class time. Meeting times are set by mutual agreement of team members. Click here to learn more about the FLHS Tech Team.

    Students may register for the course but must complete a separate application and will be selected by instructor. This is a 1.0 credit course, and will be taken over 2 terms. Students must register for BOTH courses 1550 & 1551.

    Media & Technology Support Team IIA/B
    Course: 1552/1553
    Grade: 11-12
    Prerequisites: Media & Technology Support Team I and students must re-apply

    This course is a continuation of the work begun in Media & Tech I. Students will assume a leadership role within the student tech team, and will assist level I students, and they will continue their work with the building’s technology staff. In addition, each time a student takes Media & Tech II, they will set a personal learning goal in a topic of their choice. Topics may include such things as robotics, coding, web design, app development or other independent learning experiences and must be approved by the instructor.

    Students may register for the course but must complete a separate application and will be selected by instructor. Students may take just 1552 for 0.5 credits, or they may add 1553 for 1.0 credit per year. (Media & Tech II may be repeated, but this course may NOT be taken in the same year as Media & Tech I).

  • TV & Film


    Students have the opportunity to work for or with LATV to develop skills related to the worlds of TV & film.

    Currently students have the opportunity to seek either paid positions (ages 16 and older) with LATV or learning opportunities including: announcing sporting events, filming government meetings, developing human interest stories, reporting news stories, creating short films, and/or creating cable access TV shows.

    Contact Paul at LATV for more information.

  • Career
    Career Launch A
    Course: 2413
    Grade: 11-12

    Prerequisite: Students must have completed at least 3 CTE courses.

    In this capstone course, you'll select a focus career pathways and organize internships, occupational placement, service learning, career development events, and career observation to give you broad exposure to that focus. You'll gain practical skills for honing your career goals and approaching the college planning process and creating a professional portfolio. The class incorporates online learning components with potential opportunities for release days so that students can pursue educational and internship opportunities. Course aligns with Minnesota Technical Careers/Occupations Program Standards. 

    Learner Outcomes:

    1. Identify careers of interest using Zello
    2. Develop a professional career plan using Zello
    3. Create a professional resume
    4. Develop a professional interview portfolio
    5. Complete OSHA and/or CPT Safety Certification
    6. Create a post secondary budget and identify financial resources (ie. Grants, Scholarships)
    7. Identify desired employees traits (SCAN Skills)
    8. Conduct and a job shadow experience
    Career Launch B
    Course: 2414
    Grade: 11-12

    Prerequisite: Students must have completed at least 3 CTE courses and Career Launch A.

    Increase your career knowledge by working in one or more businesses that are related to the a specific career pathway. As you gain real-world experience, you'll keep a log of what you're learning and identify next steps for career development. This course will include student release and online learning opportunities. Course aligns with Minnesota Technical Careers/ Occupations Program Standards.

    Learner Outcomes:

    1. Demonstrate desirable employee traits (SCAN Skills)
    2. Develop a professional employment portfolio
    3. Complete a post-secondary educational/training plan
    4. Conduct a service learning program
    5. Conduct a quality Work Experience Program
    6. Evaluate the relationship between a Work Experience Program and a future career.