Contact: Rolla Morin | Phone: 763-600-5130 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Fax: 763-600-5577
Spring Lake Park High School Code: 241682
Summer Hours The Student Support Services Office will have a counselor available on Wednesdays, beginning July 17, 2013. Counselors will also be available Monday - Thursday, August 19 - 22. Hours are 8:00 - 11:30 am and 12:30 - 3:30 pm. Appointments are required. Please call the phone number listed above to make your appointment.
Counselors serve students, parents, staff, administrators and the community in the areas of academics, career/college readiness and personal/social issues. The Spring Lake Park High School Counselors provide services within the context of the American School Counselors Association model for counseling, serving all students enrolled in the school. Counselors meet with students and parents individually, in small groups, in classrooms and in large venues. Counselors serve as leaders in systems of intervention, curriculum development, technology and career/college preparation. At Spring Lake Park High School, each counselor works with a class for the four years they are in high school, providing the opportunity for counselors and students to know each other well.
Colleges and national standardized tests require a high school code. Spring Lake Park High School code is 241682.
ACT/PLAN Test: This website has all you need to know about the PLAN and ACT tests. This is also where you register for the ACT test, and has information about college and scholarship searches.
College Board: This website has all you need to know about the PSAT, SAT, SAT II Subject Tests and AP tests. This is where you register for SAT and SAT II Subject tests, and has information about college and scholarship searches.
Course Registration Manual
This document includes all you need to know about graduation requirements for your class, class change deadlines, and course descriptions/fees/prerequisites etc - Coming Soon.
Black College Search: Resource and guide to Historically Black Colleges
MCIS: Minnesota Career Information System: Comprehensive resource for colleges, occupations, financial aid and military service.
iSEEK: Comprehensive resource for colleges, occupations, financial aid and military service.
Naviance: Manage your college search and applications, request transcripts and letters of recommendation, and manage all you need in the college application process.
Application Fee Waiver: Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch may be eligible for a fee waiver for college applications, ACT and SAT tests. See your high school counselor.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
www.fafsa.ed.gov: Federal Application for Student Aid. This is the form that all students/parents must complete in order to apply for federal and state aid, and some aid directly from colleges. To be completed after Jan. 1 of a student’s senior year, after parents’ taxes are completed.
www.finaid.org: Excellent source of information on scholarships and financial aid.
www.fastweb.com: Excellent source of information on scholarships and financial aid.