Welcome students!


Students who choose to drive to TrekNorth will have accessible parking on the north side of the building.

Please do not park on the south side of the building.

Students are expected to drive responsibly when entering and exiting the campus. There is no charge for parking.

Student Activities

TrekNorth offers a range of activities for students:

Service Learning Program & Outdoor Adventure Program

The Arts: Piano, Choir,MSHSL Section Competitions (Art) AP Studio Art, MSHSL Art Festival, High School Bemidji Area Invitational, AP Studio Nights

Extra Curricular Activities: Mountain Biking, Cross Country Running, Cross Country Skiing, Track, Speech, Robotics, Beading, Knowledge Bowl, Ojibwe Quiz Bowl

Clubs: National Honors Society, National Arts Honor Society, Student Council, Native American Youth Council

Fun: Student assemblies, Lock-ins, Dances, Prom, Student-run lunch activities

Contact Rebecca Snyder

TrekNorth has a Mental Health Professional in the building at least one day per week. Students may be referred to the MHP by the Student Support Team, the School Social Worker, or through a parent/guardian request.

TrekNorth also has contacts with Mental Health Professionals in the community to provide a variety of mental health services. Students/parents should contact Rebecca for more information.


One role of TrekNorth is to facilitate our students’ preparation for their future by providing resources and opportunities to become familiar with multiple post-high school opportunities and career choices.

The school will serve students’ needs in these primary areas: letters of recommendation; PSAT, and ACT testing and results review; college and career reference materials; general scholarship information; community service requirements; graduation requirement counseling; and class schedule requirements or adjustments.

DMV Permit Test

DMV Permit Test
This free online service will help students prepare for the driver knowledge test and become safe drivers.

TrekNorth does not offer Driver's Education.

Alumni and students can request their academic transcripts on the Parchment website.


Students have the right to use the name and pronoun they choose.  This is true whether or not the change has been made legally.  Students who wish to be called by a different name or pronoun should fill out the TrekNorth Chosen Name/Pronoun Form.  Once submitted, an email will be sent informing school personnel of the change.  Students who have a parent or guardian sign the form will have their name/pronoun changed in the school information system.  Changing one’s name and pronouns is a significant life decision and should not occur more than once in a student’s time in school.  Requests for a second change will require a meeting to understand how to best support the student. Families should refer to TrekNorth’s Guidelines to Supoort Transgender Students for more information.