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St. Paul Public Schools Go-To Student PassMinneapolis Public Schools Student Pass

The Go-To Student Pass pilot program at St. Paul Public Schools is available to eligible high school students at Creative Arts Secondary and Johnson Senior High School. 

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What is a Go-To Student Pass?

  • A Go-To Student Pass is a durable, plastic card that allows unlimited rides on city buses and light rail to and from school instead of riding traditional yellow school buses.
  • Passes can be used after school hours for other student activities. Students may also use their passes for extracurricular activities before and after school hours.

Benefits of the program

  • Access to transportation before and after school and on weekends for sports, school events and extra curricular programs. 
  • Access to Metro Transit, seven days a week, for jobs, internships, community service and Post-Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO).
  • Greater flexibility before and after school for study groups, homework support and after-school programs.
  • Go-To Student Pass integrated with student identification cards.

When can I ride?

  • Go-To Student Passes allow students to ride buses and trains from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week.

Who is eligible?

  • Students attending Creative Arts and Johnson Senior High schools. 

  • Students who qualify for school bus transportation and live more than one mile from school.

  • Students who qualify for free-reduced lunch and live within one mile from school.

  • Special Education students whose IEP (Individualized Education Plan) does not require special needs school bus transportation.

  • Students who agree to follow the St. Paul Public Schools Go-To Student Pass Code of Conduct.
    Click on the links below for the Code of Conduct in your preferred language:


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