Residence Hall Life

Study & Live on Campus

The International School of Minnesota is a college-preparatory school located on 55 acres of land in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Our rigorous curriculum and high level of academic success leads to matriculation to top universities around the world.





Built in 2014, our Residence Hall features 32 bed spaces for students in shared or single occupancy rooms. With state-of-the-art accommodations including a theater, recreation center, fitness center, laundry room, and designated study spaces, our boarding students enjoy a comfortable environment where learning and fun go hand in hand. Residence hall supervisors are on duty 24/7 to ensure the comfort and safety of every student-resident and are available around the clock for any support that may be needed. Click here to learn more about our ammenities. 


During the week, residence hall students follow a daily schedule that includes mandatory study time in the evening, as well as free-choice time. On the weekends, we are dedicated to exposing the student-residents to a plethora of activities and local experiences. Students have the opportunity to propose weekend trip ideas and are part of the selection of weekend activities.

When applying to be a student-resident, please make sure to complete our boarding questionnaire as it helps us understand why you would like to live in the residence hall and what you are hoping to attain with this unique experience. 

Students will benefit from:

  • An immersive academic environment
  • Personal growth opportunities
  • Lifelong friendships & fun experiences
  • Safe and secure living spaces

Interesting Boarding School Facts*:

50% of boarding school students earned advanced degrees compared to 36% of private day and 21% of public school students.

78% of boarding school students who said they were better prepared for college life versus 36% private day school and 21% public-school students.

70% of boarding school students say that boarding school has helped them develop self-discipline, maturity, independence, and the ability to think critically.

95% of boarding school students are satisfied or very satisfied with their academic experience, compared to 86% of private day or public school students.

*According to The Association of Boarding Schools:

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