Spring Lake Park High School offers 45+ student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities. These offerings allow students to find connection, belonging and purpose beyond the classroom.
- Boys Volleyball
- Bowling Club
- Clay Target Team
- Curling Club
- Debate Club
- Knowledge Bowl
- Math Team
- Science Olympiad
- Theater and Tech Crew
- Weight Training
Boys Volleyball is a new Spring Lake Park High School activity and is a competitive league playing against other teams in the area.
Meeting Times: Open Gym practices start the second week of January 2024 on Mondays. The season starts in March.
Advisor: Shelly Deegan, email
Spring Lake Park Bowling Club is for students in grades 5-12 who like to bowl and have the desire to become a better bowler. No experience is necessary. Students can join the Bowling Club as late as November 1. 5th and 6th graders are eligible to practice with the team and can choose to practice one or two days per week. 7th - 12th graders are eligible for both practice and Thursday competitions against other local schools (Andover, Anoka, Blaine, and Coon Rapids). Bowling is a student club at Spring Lake Park High School. Bowling is a co-ed sport in the fall and a girls-only sport in the winter. Members of the bowling teams are eligible for varsity letters.
Meeting Times: Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays, 4-5:30 p.m.
Advisor: Josh Hodney, email
The Spring Lake Park Clay Target Team participates in Trap, Skeet and Sporting Clays in two separate seasons, Spring season (Feb-Jun) and Fall season (Aug-Nov).
Watch the Clay Target Team website for registration information.
Trap and Skeet Shooting Competition Teams for Beginners and Experienced Shooters
Any Spring Lake Park School District male or female student, grades 7-12, who possess a State Firearm Training Certificate AND meets all school curricular eligibility requirements.
Also, to be eligible to participate on the Spring Lake Park Clay Target Team, you must meet one of the two following requirements:
1. Be attending the Spring Lake Park High School or Westwood Middle School.
2. The school you are attending does not have a Clay Target Team AND your home address is within the Spring Lake Park School District 16 boundary.
Welcome to the Spring Lake Park Schools Curling Club. The club’s goals are to expose students to and develop skills for this lifelong sport. We will work to instill integrity and sportsmanship through a sport that relies on both in order to be successful.
Who: Any SLP Student in grades 7-12 may join. No prior experience necessary!
What: Curling is an Olympic sport! The sport of curling consists of four team members working together in different ways to accurately place curling rocks or “stones” on a sheet of ice 150 feet long! All team members are constantly involved whether you are “throwing,” “sweeping,” or “skipping.” The play is usually not fast-paced, and there is always an opportunity to socialize and have a great time on or off the ice.
Where: Four Seasons Curling Club, 9250 Lincoln St NE, Blaine, MN 55434.
When: Wednesdays and Thursday, December 1, 2023-February 24, 2024 from 3-4:30 p.m.
Advisor: Matthew Marsolek, email
Debate is a place for you to explore "organized" arguing and experience building your knowledge of real life issues with a team. In Debate you'll get to learn how to persuade judges and convince them of both sides to an argument with a combination of logic and emotion-based arguments. More than anything, Debate is a fun space to talk about current issues and interact with teammates. Debate also looks great on a resume, college application, and is a fun experience overall. If any of this interests you (or you want to learn more) please email the advisor.
Meeting Time: Thursdays, 3-4 p.m. in room B-200E
Advisor: Savannah Wery, email
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Students will work independently or in groups in a variety of competitive events at the regional level, with the possibility of competing at the state and/or national level. DECA prepares the next generation of students to be academically prepared, community orientated, professionally responsible and experiences leaders. Competence, innovation, integrity, and teamwork are core values of DECA.
Meeting Time: During SET Time on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month in Room A116
Advisor: Sarah Welken, email@example.com
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) is a student led career and technical organization for any students in grades 9-12 with the central focus being family. FCCLA helps students develop their leadership skills to use now and in their future. The mission focuses on skills for life in character development, creative and critical thinking, interpersonal communication, practical knowledge and career preparation.
- To provide opportunities for personal development and preparation for adult life
- To strengthen the function of the family as a basic unit of society
- To encourage democracy through cooperative action in the home and community
- To encourage individual and group involvement in helping achieve global cooperation and harmony
- To promote greater understanding between youth and adults
- To provide opportunities for making decisions and for assuming responsibilities.
- To prepare for the multiple roles of men and women in today's society
- To promote Family and Consumer Sciences and related occupations
FCCLA is the only in-school student organization with the family as its central focus. FCCLA is a career and technical student organization that functions as an integral part of the Family and Consumer Sciences education curriculum and operates within the school system, and it provides opportunities for active student participation at local, state, and national levels.
Meeting Time: TBD
Advisor: Toren Johnson, email
Senior High Knowledge Bowl, often called a sport for the mind, is an interdisciplinary academic contest designed for students in grades 9 –12.
Teams of students compete in written and oral rounds by answering questions related to all areas of learning typical of high school educational programs. Questions test students’ recall, problem solving, and critical thinking skills. Participation takes quick thinking and teamwork, and, like all team sports, students learn to work together to reach their goal.
Knowledge Bowl season runs November through March. Teams attend three meets (typically one meet per month), and the top teams in each of our two tiers advance to region tournaments held in March. Six regional winners (three in each tier) advance to the state competition in April. (Our high school's team was the 2013 state champion.)
Interested in Joining Knowledge Bowl? Contact the advisor or join the Schoology group, using the access code: N8JX8-HM8KH
Meeting Time: Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. in room B135
Advisor: Melanie Tuve, email
Do you love math? Are you great at it? Test your math skills against other kids from all over the state and country!
The problems posed are divided into five events - individual events A, B, C and D and team events A, B, C and D. Individual events usually consist of algebra, geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus topics, respectively. The team event is a mix of all four. Students can compete all the way to a state competition.
Math Team exists to identify students with exceptional interest and/or mathematical ability, give them recognition and encouragement, bring them together with similarly motivated students, and introduce them to topics not commonly taught in the high school curriculum while reinforcing those topics already taught. Math Team competes in several competitions: Math Madness, Minnesota State High School Math League, Eau Claire University Competition, AMC 10 and AMC 12, and St. Cloud State University Competition.
Meeting Time: Mondays and Thursdays from 3:05-4:15 p.m. in Room C118
Our program’s purpose is to open students up to the possibilities of STEM through FIRST robotics. We promote an inclusive, team environment where students can safely explore new skills and confidently develop into innovative thinkers and compassionate leaders. Learn more about the Panthinators.
Meeting Time: Thursdays after school from 3-5 p.m. in Room B139
The Minnesota Science Olympiad is a program devoted to improving the quality of science education, increasing student interest in science, and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers.
These goals are accomplished through classroom activities, research, training workshops and the encouragement of intramural, district, regional, state and national tournaments.
Team competition is patterned after track tournaments with challenging and motivational events ranging from earth science through physics. Events range from hands-on labs to student built machines, from outdoor events to paper and pencil tests. There is also a balance between events requiring scientific knowledge and understanding, and others requiring process and application skills. Although some events require an individual from one team to compete against other individuals from other schools, most events require teamwork, group planning, and cooperation. The emphasis is on learning, participation, interaction, having fun and team spirit.
Schools compete with a team of up to 15 students. There are two major tournaments: regionals and the state tournament. The top 30 teams from the regional tournaments around the state compete at the State Science Olympiad held at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. The top team in the state advances to the National Science Olympiad held in May (or two teams if enough teams register).
Meeting Time: Tuesdays (Thursdays as needed) from 3-4:30 p.m. in B124. The season runs September 19 through the end of Tri 2.
The art of forensics at the Varsity level combines public speaking and presentation skills.
The SLP Speech Team begins practicing for competitions in December. Practice sessions involve workshops, groups, and individual coaching time. Competition usually consists of three preliminary rounds and one final round at weekend invitations in January, February, and March. The first 3 rounds consist of 5 to 6 students of the same category and one judge.
After each round, students are given a rank, 1 meaning the best speaker, which are later added together to determine the overall rank. If there is a final round, the top competitors compete in the same fashion. At the end of a competition, there are awards presented to the top competitors in each category. A team award will be presented to the top finishing teams.
- Description: A competitive speech team 6-12 grade; students may compete in 13 categories from Interpretive to Public Address.
- Requirements/Expectations: Attendance at weekly (1/2 to 1 hr) sessions with coaching staff; attendance and participation in seasonal invitational and qualifying tournaments
- Season: January through April
- Times/Dates: After school individual sessions (one/week); tournaments held on Saturdays, Middle School meets are on Thursdays
- Section competition: (top 3 in each category will move up to the State Competition). Place to be announced
- State competition: Eastview High School April 22, 2022
- Registration: November
- Awards/Recognition: Team awards at banquet in May
- 2022 Discussion Topic: What is the state of American Democracy in the 21st Century?
- Coach: JaLene Rosengren
- Assistant Coach: Shannah Anderson
- Team Captains: Juwaria Jama, Jason Nguyen, and Kailez Campbell
You have the opportunity to choose from these 13 different competition categories when you join speech at Spring Lake Park. When you audition for the team, you'll tell us which ones interest you the most. Then we'll help you pick a category that you will enjoy and find success in. You might even have the opportunity to double enter if you're up to the challenge and we think you have what it takes.
- Creative Expression: Students write and perform their own piece of original writing.
- Drama, Poetry, and Prose Interpretation: In any of these categories, students choose a serious piece of literature and perform their own interpretation of it for the audience.
- Extemporaneous Reading: Students choose a cutting from prose or poetry selections provided.
- Storytelling: Students tell selected children's stories in their own words from the Gutenberg Project.
- Dramatic Duos: Students work with a partner and perform a part of a play.
- Humorous Interpretation: Students choose a comedic piece of literature and perform it.
- Original Oratory, Informative, and Great Speeches: Students in any of these categories, write their own speeches based on their purpose: to persuade, inform, or analyze a great speech.
- Discussion: Students research and discuss the year's topic with 5-7 other students.
- Extemporaneous Speaking: Students study current events and give 7 minute speeches based on national and international politics.
The Spring Lake Park Schools Theater Program is award-winning! From being on the stage to working behind the scenes - there are many different ways students can get involved. The Theater department has an exciting line-up for their 2023-2024 performances! Click on the links below to read about this year's theater season shows and also find audition and date information. You can also check out the Theater Hub.
Meeting Times: Theater and Tech Crew meet every day during the duration of each play. For more information, please contact advisor Ryan Julien.
Fees for Grades 5/6:
- Participation: $50
Fees for Grades 7/8:
- Spring Musical Actors: $125.00
- Spring Musical Tech: $75.00
Fees for SLPHS
- Fall Play Actors: $150.00
- Fall Play Tech: $100.00
- Spring Musical Actors: $150.00
- Spring Musical Tech: $100.00
- Spring Musical Orchestra: $50.00
Panther Weight Room is an after school activity for all sports and recreational weight lifters. The mission is to offer athletes and non-athletes the opportunity to develop strength and conditioning that will translate to competition success, injury prevention, and team cohesion. The vision is to create well-rounded athletes ready for multiple sport opportunities and to instill the qualities: hard work, dedication, and persistence needed for success in life.
Meeting Time: Weight Training meets in the weight room after school
- Fall: Tuesdays and Thursdays; 3:15 - 4:15 p.m.
- Winter and Spring: every day, Monday-Friday, 3-4:30 p.m.
Fee: $50 per trimester
Jason participated for the Panthers between 1995-1998. He started in the secondary for the #1 ranked 1997 football team that eventually lost in the dome. What Jason lacked in speed and skill he made up for with hard work and determination. He never missed a workout, lifted harder than other players, and wrestled and went out for track just to improve his football. His determination led him to All-Conference his senior year and led to a career at nationally ranked Bethel College where he played for four years and continued his strength training.
After Bethel, Jason became the secondary coach for the Panthers. He continued to train at SLP and compete in various powerlifting meets around Minnesota. Jason won multiple powerlifting meets in the 198 lbs. division including winning the Twin Cities Open twice and he also holds the MN record for Junior Squat of 540 lbs. in the 181 lbs. weight class. He trained in the weight. room and coached for eight years at Spring Lake Park.
Jason is married and has two children and works as a computer technician.
Alean participated in track and field and the Panther weight room from 1999-2003. She was one of the hardest workers in the weight room, participated in elective strength and speed class, and won many weight training events. That all carried out to the track where she was outstanding throwing the shot and disc.
She went on to the U of M where she continued her strength training and broke many stadium records during her career. Below is an excerpt from the newspaper:
Now, in her fifth year at Minnesota, Frawley is a senior captain providing leadership to the youthful Gophers - all while posting first-place finishes in the shot put.
"I told her, 'When you're 65 and you're a doctor, you'll either have been a doctor for 30 years or a doctor for 29 years,' " Wilson said. "But you'll never have the chance to be a collegiate thrower again."
By returning for an extra year, Frawley is now able to do more than just tend to unfinished business in the throwing pits.
She provides senior leadership for a team consisting of 44 freshmen and sophomores. Gophers throwing coach Lynne Anderson describes Frawley as a liaison between coaches and players.
"Being a captain and people looking up to her - both figuratively and literally - that's really helped set the stage for these young kids," Wilson said. "She's been a great role model."
Alean graduated with a medical degree and is currently a doctor.
Coach Gronert has lifted as many hours in the panther weight room as anyone, dating back to the storage closet that was used as the weight room in the mid 1970’s. Dan worked hard in the weight room, was a great football player and competed in many power lifting meets where he was very successful. His football career extended after Spring Lake Park, to Anoka Ramsey and later to Northern State. After his football career was over he came back to the Panthers and continued coaching. He was on the staff coaching the O or D line for the 1988 NSC championship, the 1991 State Champions, the 1996 & 97 NSC and State semi-finalists, as well as the 2005, 2006 & 2007 NSC championship teams. He continued to lift in the Panther weight room all those years setting a great example on work ethic for the players.
Dan had such an impact on Spring Lake Park football that the Panther award given for hard work, leadership and dedication was named after him. Now every year the most coveted award given at the banquet is the Dan Gronert Panther Award.
Brian brought an intensity to the weight room as well as the practice field that very few others have over the years. He didn’t start competitive sports until he tried wrestling in eighth grade. He started football in ninth grade from the encouragement of the wrestling coach and started track and field in ninth grade from the encouragement of the football coach. He was two-time All-State in both wrestling and shot and disc. He was captain of the #1 ranked Panther football team in 2007 where he finished all-conference and was recruited by Bemidji State where he was an All-American tight end. After his college football career he spent three years with the Oakland Raiders, scoring a touchdown in Wembley stadium against the Miami Dolphins.
Brian’s intensity in the weight room has not been matched by any Panther. When most people set the bar down, Brian is just getting started. He outworks his opponents and is a stickler for details. Brian worked in the weight room for a summer after high school and continued to work out here even through his playing days at Oakland.
Daulton worked out year round from the moment he stepped into the Spring Lake Park weight room. Daulton’s work ethic was off the charts as he was the first one in and last to leave. He never missed a work out and it showed as he dominated on the field and in the weight room. Daulton was a rare 2 time all state selection in football where he started at both offensive tackle and defensive tackle. There was no stronger force in the defensive line as teams could not even run the ball his direction. He started 3 years for the football team and was a 4 year track member throwing the shot and disc.
Daulton is best known for his quiet demeanor but giant presence on the field. He never rested for a minute when he could be working out.
Daulton went on to play football at the University of Souix Falls and Augsburg College. He played for the Panthers between 2010-2012.
Andrew Tortora was one of the best captain/leaders and hardest workers Spring Lake Park High School has ever seen. Andrew was a 3 sport athlete and a 3 sport captain. He was named to the section AAAA all-state football all-academic team. In addition, he was named all-state by the Minnesota Vikings and honored at halftime during a game. He went on to play at St. Thomas College and then came back to help coach the Panther Football team and Lacrosse team. Andrew is also part of the Panther Foundation committee and has run the FCA program at the high school.
You do not bleed anymore blue than Andrew Tortora. Here is what he said upon his induction: “…I learned more about life and success in that room than any other place I’ve ever been including the football field…...closely equate to the memories of sweating, pushing, racing, competing, and maxing! but more than that.... failing. The weight room Is the safest place to fail for me. There is no place like it on earth, where it is good to encourage kids to fail. I failed with the best of them and have spent the last 5 years teaching kids how to fail in a positive environment. I teach that with out failure you cannot grow….”
Well done Andrew. What a great example you set for all of us!
- Activities Club
- Anime Club
- Art Club
- Asian Club
- Black Student Union
- Book Club
- Chess Club
- Cuisine Club
- Current Affairs Club
- Equestrian Club
- Figure Skating
- Fishing Team
- Game Club- competitive
- GSA - Gender/Sexuality Alliance
- Latino Club
- LEO Club
- Muslim Student Association (MSA)
- Muslim Women's Society
- Panther Buddies
- Panther Mentors
- Prom Committee
- SLP Green Club
- Soccer Fest
- Street Law Club
- Student Council
- Student Volunteer Club
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Water Polo
- World Cultures Club
In Activities Club, students will build community through fun activities and games, which bring a joyous and light atmosphere to the school. Join this club to play games with friends and escape from the stress of school. Games can include billiards, card games, ping pong and more.
Meeting Time: TBD
The Art Club is an after-school activity that provides materials, instruction and support for those students who are seeking a creative outlet in addition to their academic schedule. All art rooms (drawing, painting, computer, ceramics, and photography) are made available to the students.
A variety of media is offered in the art department including:
- Art Foundations One and Two
- World of Craft Ceramics One, Two and Studio
- The Electronic Easel
- Intro to Photography
- Digital Darkroom
- Black & White Photography
- Black & White Studio Photography
- Yearbook Publication
- AP Art History
- Independent Art Studio
Meeting Time: Tuesdays from 3-3:45 p.m. in Room B106
Advisor: Maria Ahrndt, email
The purpose of this club is to gather as many people as we can to talk about Asian cultures and make new friends. We will discuss all different types of Asian culture and participate in fun activities!
Meeting Time: Thursdays at 3 p.m. in Room B110-C
Advisor: Ms. Mai, email
BSU aspires to bring about consciousness about the lives of black individuals in our society as well as unity within our diverse school. Members will learn about social issues, promote friendship, increase self-esteem, prepare for high education and work to better our school environment and experience.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays in C208A
Advisor: Jada Mitchell, email
The Current Affairs Club is a place for discussion on current events and issues that are not discussed in class. Our goal is to create a more casual environment for discussion where students can feel comfortable sharing their beliefs. Weekly topics can be found on Instagram at @slp.currentaffairs.
Meeting Time: TBD
The Equestrian Club is a horseback riding club for students of all skill levels. This club takes place off-campus and there will be miscellaneous fees. Please contact the advisor for more information.
Reach out to advisor Nour Ali for more details.
The Spring Lake Park Figure Skating Club exists to support those students in grades 6-12 who participate in the sport of figure skating. The club is open to both girls and boys who are figure skaters. Most club members belong to local community figure skating clubs, though which they take lessons from professional coaches who are registered with US Figure Skating, and they compete in sanctioned skating events at state and national levels.
In addition to promoting the sport and each figure skater's pursuit of her or his highest level of skating, the club allows for its members to receive the same courtesy and empathy in academic considerations which traditional high school student athletes receive when events require being absent, leaving school early, or being tardy. The club also allows for the recognition of accomplishments and time commitment of figure skaters, with a high school letter award to those who meet the requirements and are selected for the award. Official high school athletic and activity recognition is important to college applicants. Only figure skaters who are current students of Spring Lake Park High School, enrolled in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 are eligible to earn a letter.
For more information about the SLP Figure Skating Club, contact the club's faculty representative, Janelle Davis, who will connect you with the club's student leadership.
If catching bass sounds like fun and you like competing against yourself and other anglers, this just may be your gig!
The SLP Fishing Team gets together about every other week from May - August to improve our fishing skills.
If interested, please contact Brent Payne for more information.
Game Club will focus on competitive e-sports such as smash bros on switch. Practice to improve skills, and perhaps work on hosting tournaments or exploring speed runs.
Meeting Time: Tuesdays from 3-5 p.m. in the OEC Flex Space
Advisor: Kyle Greene, email
GSA is a student-run club which provides a safe place for students to meet, support one another, discuss issues related to gender orientation, and work to end homophobia.
A primary function is to create a support group and provide safety and confidentiality to students who are struggling with their identity as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or questioning. In addition to support, we will work on educating themselves and the broader school community about gender orientation and gender identity issues.
Meeting Time: TBD
Advisor: Sophia Paredes, email
The Latino Club is a student organization that upholds an appreciation for the richness and beauty of the Latino culture. We are a diligent group, dedicated to improving opportunities and services for Latino students as well as the entire student. The Latino Club’s mission is to celebrate, discuss, and promote understanding of the diversity of the Lation Culture.
Meeting Time: Mondays from 3-3:45 p.m. in Room B106
Advisor: Maria Ahrndt, email
Leadership. Experience. Opportunity. These are just a few of the rewards young people gain from participating in LEO Club. In total, more than 150,000 young people in 139 countries are proud to volunteer to serve others in their local communities and to call themselves Leos.
Leo Club Mission: To provide the students of our school community with an opportunity for development and contribution, individually and collectively, as responsible members of the local, national and international community.
Meeting Time: TBD
The Muslim Student Association meets to talk about current issues and provide a safe space for both muslims and non-muslims to build unity through diversity and education.
Meeting Time: 2-3x a month on Tuesdays at 3:15 p.m. in room B130
Advisor: Kyle Greene, email
The purpose of this club is to create a safe and comfortable environment for Muslim girls and girls interested in Islam. In this club, we will learn about the Islamic religion, have discussion, organize fundraisers and more. The purpose of this club is to create a safe and comfortable environment for Muslim girls and girls interested in Islam. In this club, we will learn about the Islamic religion, have discussion, organize fundraisers and more.
Meeting Time: Wednesdays from 3:15-4:15 p.m. in room C130
Advisor: Alexandria Caskey, email
OEC is an award-winning medical education program that offers extensive opportunities to students interested in serving others in the healthcare field.
We teach EMS (Emergency Medical Services) programs to regional high school students and offer continuing education for adults.
Students can learn basic First Aid, or become fully prepared for pursuing careers in clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, in-home healthcare, ambulance services, fire departments, etc. through our First Aid & CPR, EMR (Emergency Medical Responder), EMT (Emergency Medical Technician), NA-R (Nursing Assistant-Registered), Self Defense and Medical Internship programs.
Students can earn college credits and/or their NREMT (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician) certification, which enables them to pursue careers in various EMS and healthcare professions.
You can find more information on the OEC webpage
Panther Buddies is similar to a big brother, big sister program. We pair up a high school student with a student at Park Terrace Elementary once a week with similar interests to provide a positive role model in their lives.
Meeting Time: Dates will vary throughout the year - reach out to an advisor for more details
The Panther Mentors program provides a structure that guides freshmen and new students to Spring Lake Park High School toward both academic and social success.
Panther Mentors will develop and implement connections for students through both academic and social follow-up activities. The Mentors will learn a variety of skills including written, interpersonal and intrapersonal communication, team building, agenda setting, presentation/facilitation, time management, as well as health and balance. Through the course of the year-long Panther Mentor program, these leaders are trained to be positive role models, mentors, motivators and teachers who guide the freshmen and new students to discover what it takes to be successful in high school.
The transition to high school can be a major event in the life of a young person and yet very few strategies for support exist in most high schools. Numerous studies show that the move to high school is marked by a period of emotional stress and discomfort for adolescents, often times resulting in a decrease in academic achievement and an increasingly difficult social adjustment. It is this combination of factors that can be the impetus to high risk and self-destructive behavior for students. Panther Mentors ease this challenging transition by offering freshmen and new students a solid foundation to begin their high school experience. With Panther Mentors, students help students succeed by using members of the junior and senior class as Panther Mentors.
Meeting Times: Meetings take place every other Monday at 7:40 a.m. in the Fine Arts Center. Please note, this group is selected through an application process.
Prom committee is responsible for the planning that goes into a prom. The committee must raise money to pay for necessities such as the DJ, venue, catering, and decorations. They are in charge of all details of prom including the theme, name, and much much more.
Meeting Times: January-May on Tuesdays during SET time
The purpose of the SLP Green Club is to make the school more "green" and educate students and staff on how to live more sustainably. This will consist of research and infographic material. Spring weather may allow more hands-on work because of the ability to go outside and improve our school environment.
Meeting Time: Thursdays during SET (8:05-8:35 a.m.) in Room C126
Advisor: Jennifer Prince, email
This club will equip students with the knowledge, skills and confidence regarding the impact laws and government have on their everyday lives. The program will also aid students in finding causes they believe in and using the law as a tool to foster change and seek justice in their own community.
Meeting Time: TBD
The purpose of the Student Volunteer Club(S.V.C) is to create a place for students to plot volunteer hours for college or other programs without the hassle of staying after school or joining a club with lots of demands.
This club is for students who have volunteering hours but are unable to log those hours into a club/association due to a busy life outside of school or lack of a specific gpa/academics. This club is great for students who wish to benefit the community and themselves!
Meeting dates and times: No regular meetings. Please stop by during any SET time in room C102
Advisor: Sophia Paredes, email
Ultimate Frisbee is a fast-paced, non-contact field sport, which encourages speed, dexterity of hands and feet, sportsmanship, and teamwork.
Two teams play the game, each with seven players on the field at a time. The field has a similar shape to a football field, with end zones at each end. Passing the disc, from one player to another, until a player in the end zone catches it scoring a point. Vital to the sport is a code of conduct called the “Spirit of the Game.” As a result, ultimate is not refereed, unlike almost every other high school sports. Players must call penalties themselves and resolve disputes through dialogue.
Meeting Time: The 2024 season starts in March 2024
Spring Lake Park Water Polo is a club where students can come and learn the love of a new sport. Our co-ed team gets together once a week in the morning before school and plays scrimmages against each other. Water polo is played in a pool with two teams who try and score on the opposing goal. Our club is open to all students and is tons of fun for anyone who wants to try something new.
Meeting Time: In the SLPHS pool from 6:15-7:45 a.m. one day a week (TBD) in April and May
To the goal of this club is to provide a welcoming environment for students to learn about and discuss world cultures. The club fosters an appreciation of other cultures through presentations, games, films, dining experiences and other social activities.
Meeting Time: Mondays at 3 p.m. in Room B106
Advisor: Maria Ahrndt, email
The Oasis Yearbook Club wishes to provide every student the opportunity to contribute towards the publication of the yearbook while learning basic journalism, photography and graphic design skills.
If the student’s academic schedule does not permit them to take yearbook as a credit course during the regular school day, then the Oasis Yearbook Club is for them! The after school yearbook club welcomes all students who are serious in “making the best book ever.” If you are a student athlete and have a wish to join us, we will work around your athletic schedule. You may join us in between sports if you are a multi-sport athlete!
Ms. Deegan is available most everyday after school and will make the room available when necessary for students who have other commitments or activities. Our goal is to provide flexibility for those who wish to contribute to the publication of the Oasis Yearbook.
- Mondays and Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. in Room B140 and in the Computer Room B109 (time is subject to change)
- Some Saturday workdays
- Yearbook club members should be able to attend after school events in the afternoon or evening depending on the sport or event
Advisor: Shelly Deegan, email