South Campus Education Center

Photo of South Campus studentsSouth Campus Education Center is a school in White Bear Lake, Minnesota, that serves students in grades 9-12+ who have autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and developmental cognitive disabilities (DCD).

Our approach

We prepare middle and high school students who require intensive special education services to participate as fully and independently as possible in school, at home and in the community. We focus on a well-rounded school program where students:

  • Learn math, science, reading, and other core academic fields in creative ways

  • Develop daily living, work, and recreational skills to prepare them for school and beyond

  • Enjoy a calm learning environment with tools for effective communication, social-emotional skills and self-regulation

  • Make clear connections between what they learn in school and what they need to succeed in life

  • Experience individualized instruction based on their unique strengths, interests and learning styles.

  • Are treated with respect, dignity and compassion by teachers and staff

Additional services and benefits

  • Small class sizes

  • Highly structured classroom settings

  • Partnerships with families and community providers

  • Individual and small-group instruction

  • Work experience opportunities

  • Speech, occupational, and physical therapy

  • Social workers and mental health support

  • Nursing

  • The latest in educational and assistive technology

  • Customized graduation plans and individualized educational plans (IEPs)
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South Campus Education Center
3551 N McKnight Rd
White Bear Lake, MN 55110 (map)

(p): 651-415-5440
(f): 651-415-5499

Staff directory

School hours

Monday - Friday
7:50 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

School leaders

Jillian Campbell
(p): 651-415-5331

Amelia Barrons
Program Facilitator
(p): 651-415-5329