As your child begins the K-12 learning journey, we look forward to discovering their strengths, interests and needs with them as they find their joy in learning. Personalized learning in modern and flexible learning spaces and preparation for career, college and life start day one. Explore or enroll now.
|Welcome to SLP!|
We are here to help, every step of the way.
Address: District Services Center, 1415 81st Avenue NE Spring Lake Park, MN 55432
Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday
We serve more than 6,200 students from Blaine, Fridley, Spring Lake Park and surrounding communities. We offer a variety of learning experiences – in-person and online, a commitment to personalized learning for each student and preparation for each student’s unique career, college and life path.
Each student, beginning in Kindergarten, has a personalized learner profiles with information about how they learn that helps teachers design learning experiences tailored to them.
Your child has the opportunity to attend a free Kinder Camp in August to “practice” coming to school. Students tour and get to know their school building and engage in fun activities and get introduced to general routines and expectations.
From preschool through high school, students learn in spaces that adapt to different learning experiences and styles. All learning spaces have been renovated, built of remodeled since 2008.
Through interdisciplinary, inquiry based, real-world problem solving, we’re inspiring the next creators, designers, inventors, thinkers and leaders
Each Kindergartener has an opportunity to earn 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade. Along the way, they explore their passions and interests and build academic and life skills to help them succeed in career, college and life.
From preschool through high school our Spanish Immersion programming is working to develop bilingual graduates including the opportunity to earn college level credits in Spanish.
SLP Schools Online is Spring Lake Park Schools’ fully online learning option for students in grades K-12. Students experience learning specific to their individual strengths, interests and needs covering the same concepts as their in-school peers but tailored to an online environment.
- Do you accept open enrollment students?
- What happens once I’ve submitted my enrollment?
- What is included in the kindergarten curriculum?
- Can my child start school early?
- Does every student receive a computer or iPad?
- What meals are available for my child?
- What kind of before and after school care is available?
- What immunizations does my child need before they start school?
- What are the school start and end times?
- How do I find out about bussing?
- When do I find out who my child’s teacher is?
- Does my child need to be screened before starting school?