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Learning is personal. At Spring Lake Park High School, students discover who they are as learners. In addition to small class sizes, modern and flexible learning spaces and preparation for career, college and life, families choose our schools because we are on a journey to help each student discover their joy in learning. Learn more or enroll right now.
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Spring Lake Park High School is a comprehensive high school offering a welcoming environment of about 1,950 students in grades 9-12. Each day, we focus on providing a high quality and personalized experience for each of our students as well as a wide array of opportunities to become career and college ready for their future.
Career pathways exploration through hands-on learning, the opportunity to earn 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade and a focus on building both academic and life skills helps students succeed in school and beyond.
At Spring Lake Park High School, each student is known by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences.
Students have many choices for how they learn. Many courses are offered in multiple formats - in-person, hybrid or online.
Our Spanish Immersion programming works to develop bilingual graduates including the opportunity to earn college level credits in Spanish.
With 14 girls’ sports, 14 boys’ sports and more than 40 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities, there are many opportunities for students to get involved.
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- Does SLPHS accept exchange students?