With four spring girls' sports, five spring boys' sports and 46 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities at Spring Lake Park High School, our students found opportunities to connect and compete. Exploring common interests and passions outside the classroom helps students discover themselves and prepare for their next steps.
Spring Lake Park High School is excited to announce Oliver Major as the new head boys’ basketball coach.
It's time to shine a light on members of the Class of 2022. These students have been an invaluable part of our Panther community and we're cheering them on as they pursue further education, a career or trade, take a role with the military or do something else altogether.
Two dozen members of the Panthinators robotics club at Spring Lake Park High School recently sent their first robot through competition.
With six winter girls’ sports, six winter boys’ sports and 44 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities at SLPHS, there were abundant opportunities this winter for students to find connection, belonging and purpose. These opportunities allow students to participate – and pursue excellence wherever they go.
After 30 seasons of being the head coach of the Spring Lake Park High School Boys’ Basketball Team, Coach Grant Guzy is set to retire from coaching after the current season ends.
Spring Lake Park High School Figure Skating Club member and student Ava Privratsky and her team, the Northernettes, placed 2nd at the Neuchâtel Trophy Synchronized Figure Skating Competition in Neuchâtel, Switzerland last month.
Seniors Chloe Sroga and William Privratsky were nominated for the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Academics, Arts and Athletics Triple “A” award.
The fall was a busy time for athletics and activities to ramp back up. With 14 girls’ sports, 14 boys’ sports and 40 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities, there were many great highlights. Everywhere Panthers went, they made us proud.