Because of their belief in the importance of quality education with Christian faith as its center, Swedish immigrants found Minnehaha Academy to prepare young people both for life and for lives of commitment and service to others.
New building is dedicated at North Campus site, located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The school was a high school serving grades 9–12.
Grades 7 and 8 added.
South Campus purchased and the Middle School is established with the addition of grade 6.
Lower School, grades 1-5, is added.
Kindergarten is added.
Preschool is added.
Bloomington Campus is opened for kindergarten through grade 5.
The new Athletic Center at North Campus is dedicated.
New Chapel and Fine Arts Center are dedicated.
Dedication of Renovated South Campus