Meet the Principals

Principal Matthew Boucher

Why I'm #SLPPantherProud

I am SLP Panther Proud, because there is so much talent walking the halls of Spring Lake Park High School. Every day I have the opportunity to interact with exceptional students and inspired teachers and staff. It is an honor to learn alongside each of these groups daily.

–Matthew Boucher

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Spring Lake Park High School is great place to learn. The staff continually work to improve their craft and find innovative ways to engage each and every student, so they can become powerful, independent and curious learners. Together, we build futures at SLPHS! –Matthew Boucher

Steve Brady, Associate Principal

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The best part of my day is greeting our students as they arrive at our school. Each day is a new opportunity to experience something different.
–Steve Brady

Why I'm #SLPPantherProud

The student community. We have an amazing mentor program where upperclass student mentors support our freshman class and new students. We have over 30 student clubs that were developed by students. We have high school students that mentor elementary student in our Voyagers Science Program. We have multiple programs like OEC, LEO Club, our service learning class and many athletic programs that support the community through various projects. Our student are focused on learning and creating a better community by their actions.

–Steve Brady

John Franke, Associate Principal

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Why I'm #SLPPantherProud

Out custodial, paraprofessional, and clerical staff make me SLP Panther Proud. There is a lot that goes into the day to day experience that supports our teaching staff in being as successful as they are. These two groups of people do just that. They focus on the details and nuance of our building well before others experience them.

–John Franke

I love the energy here at Spring Lake Park High School. From the victories in the classroom to the high fives and celebrations between student athletes and our artists, we look forward to challenges and growth. –John Franke