On April 9, 15 teams of high school students from several different high school EMS training programs participated in the 35th annual State Youth EMS competition at Spring Lake Park High School.
Career and College Readiness
Students interacted with more than 100 organizations across a multitude of industry pathways at a Career Fair on April 6 at Spring Lake Park High School.
Dreary weather didn’t dampen the energy in the room that included something for every interest.
Over the past seven years, Spring Lake Park Schools has made it a priority to provide high school students with various opportunities and paths to earn college credits while in high school. With the many paths available, students are realizing an important goal at SLP by earning 12 (or more) college credits by the end of 12th grade. It’s a goal known to Panthers as 12 by 12.
From new apps to new products, students in the Business and Entrepreneurship Pathway pitched their ideas and business plans to local business leaders. Everyone won with real-world feedback, insights and learning.