Our purpose at Spring Lake Park High School is to prepare each student for a lifetime of success, which includes preparation for both college and career.

It is estimated that the typical high school graduate will have 10-14 career changes by the age of 40. This means that every graduate must be skillfully prepared to both train and retrain once they leave high school, and embark on the next leg of your journey toward postsecondary success and engagement. It is important to consider your post-secondary goals as you read the registration guide and complete the registration worksheets.

2019-2020 Registration

How to Register

Current grades 9-11 students

Students currently in grades 9-11 registered online in February. Students needed to submit their course requests using the Campus Portal app on their iPads and turn in their registration worksheet to their advisor by Wednesday, February 20. If you have not done this, please contact your Dean of Personalized Learning immediately.

Current grade 8 students

Current eighth grade students submitted their registration worksheet at the eighth grade Registration Night and Opportunity Fair on Wednesday, February 6. If you were unable to attend this event, please return your completed registration worksheet to your middle school dean as soon as possible. 

Registration Materials

Registration Guide

Within the registration guide, you will find the intended course offerings for the 2019-2020 school year. Course offerings are heavily dependent on the number of students who sign up for a course, so it is important to make sound decisions that accurately reflect your academic needs and post-secondary goals.

We created an online registration guide, so you can easily navigate to the courses you’re most interested in and read their descriptions, prerequisites, credits and other details. View the online registration guide here

Open the PDF version of the Registration Guide Here

Registration Worksheets

2019-2020 High School Registration Guide cover

Registration Tips 

  1. Thoroughly read this guide. Pay special attention to graduation requirements, course sequence and opportunities to take rigorous courses.
  2. Consult with your teachers. Your teachers should be making recommendations about courses you should take next. Please consider their recommendations carefully, they know your academic strengths and needs best.
  3. Consider your post-secondary goals. What do you plan to do after high school? How do the courses you select reflect these goals and help you build the skills needed to get there?
  4. Use your support system. Share your plans with your family and seek out your Dean of Students when you have questions, concerns or seeking guidance.


If you have questions about the registration event or process, contact SLPHS Associate Principal Steve Brady, at 763-600-5119 or