SLP At A Glance

By the Numbers

5,800

students attend our schools

12x12

goal that each student can earn 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade

1:1

student to device ratio

120

minutes per day spent on reading in each elementary school

2 in 1

two programs - Intermediate and Middle - are housed under one roof at Westwood

2

opportunities for movement each day outside of the classrooms in elementary schools

85%

of high school students  participate in athletics and activities

3+

Academic Specialists at each school who help meet individual student needs

42nd

Spring Lake Park High School's rank out of 576 Minnesota high schools

1

school for gifted and insatiable learners - Lighthouse School.

$1.5

million dollars awarded to Spring Lake Park Schools from the Panther Foundation since 2004

100%

of schools have STEM spaces, that engage students in interdisciplinary, inquiry based, real-world problem solving

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