After spending sophomore and junior years exploring courses in the Technology, Engineering & Design Pathway, senior Sam Larson entered his senior year with purpose and a plan.
Innovation in Action
At Spring Lake Park Schools, each student in grades 7-12 meets one-to-one with their counselor for personalized learning at least once each year to talk about and plan for the future. Counselors balance these proactive meetings with support for day-to-day student needs.
When Rochelle Lavalle, junior at Spring Lake Park High School, noticed a young family member choking on his food, she sprang into action using knowledge from her First Aid/CPR class.
More than 30 small and large business, non-profit, government and education leaders came together at Spring Lake Park High School October 13. The conversation focused on how we can continue to strengthen partnerships to benefit students, the workforce and our community.
A house is rising from the Spring Lake Park High School parking lot off 81st Ave. This is where students in our new construction trades course are building a single-family home that will move into our community next summer. It’s the latest example of community partnership and how our career and college pathways are preparing students for their futures.
Spring Lake Park High School is celebrating College Knowledge Month throughout October. With Minnesota colleges and universities there are a number of special events happening throughout the month to support students in applying for college.
The first days and weeks of school set the tone for the year to come. After two years of disrupted, pandemic learning, the focus on creating community, building routines, and establishing expectations has never been more important.
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.
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.