Project SOAR

A community education program that supports adults with disabilities.

What is Project SOAR?

Project SOAR is a community education program that supports adults with disabilities by providing specialized classes and inclusion services.

Project SOAR is a consortium, supported by the Community Education Departments of the Hopkins, Minnetonka, St. Louis Park and Wayzata School Districts. However, you don't have to live in those areas, to participate in the Project SOAR program.

For over 20 years, Project SOAR has been providing programming, classes, activities and services that help break down barriers and allow adults with disabilities the opportunity to participate in Community Education programs.

Project SOAR activities and classes are specially designed and adaptable for all abilities. They include life skills such as cooking classes and self advocacy programs. They help keep people active with recreational and leisure activities such as bingo, dances and bowling. They help explore people's creative side with a variety of arts and crafts classes. And they help people venture out and meet new people with outings to the theater and other seasonal events.

Project SOAR services provide assistance, such as sign language interpreters and classroom assistants, to help adults with disabilities participate in all kinds of Community Education programs. Project SOAR is also a source for referrals to agencies and other resources in our community.

Experience Project SOAR today. Project SOAR can help you participate in any Community Education Class in our four supporting districts

Visit and check out our catalog. Register for classes online through the Minnetonka Community Education system .

Registration & Contact

Contact Mercedes Scott at Project SOAR to receive a catalog of adapted classes and resources. For more information and newsletter, visit the Project SOAR website.

Project SOAR

Mercedes Scott, Program Manager
Phone: (952) 401-6898
Fax: (952) 401-6805
4584 Vinehill Road
Deephaven, MN 55331