Career and College Planning

Coming Soon

Congratulations to the Class of 2021! We wish you the very best in your future endeavors.

As you move on should you need your official transcript sent anywhere, please remember, you can access and request through Naviance until June 30th, 2021.  

After June 30th, 2021, please follow directions for Alumni to request transcripts through Parchment. Links and directions can be found below! 

Exploring Course Options at SLPHS

Schedule changes will be accepted through the summer should you need. We will also host an evening in the fall to speak 1-on-1 with a counselor should you need to review your course selections or discuss your 4-year plan. 

Check out these videos now available on YouTube. They help explain many course options here at SLPHS!

Our full course guide can be found if you click here.


Calendar of  Events Date Time and Location
PSAT Exam Registration: 

Juniors & Sophomores at Spring Lake Park High School can register for the PSAT each spring. This year, 2021, the PSAT is being administered . REGISTRATION IS OPEN until July 28th, 2021

October 14th, 2021 At Emmanuel Christian Center, 7:30 a.m.


Career and College Pathways

Career exploration is an important component of a student's experience at Spring Lake Park Schools. High school courses within our Pathways program provide students an opportunity to gain real-world experience, determine if a career path aligns with their interests and even earn college-level credit. Learn more about Career and College Pathways at SLPHS

Health and Human Services

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Business and Entrepreneurship

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Technology, Engineering and Design

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College Planning

We're striving to help every student be prepared for career and college. Students can earn 12 college credits by the end of their 12th grade year. through 12 x 12. As students experience college-level rigor, we're also supporting them as they explore and prepare to find a college path that is right for them. 

Scholarships and Financial Planning

Career Planning

Transcript Request

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An official high school transcript includes:

  • High School Grades
  • GPA (Grade Point Average) Weighted and Unweigthed
  • Date of Graduation

Transcripts do not include ACT or SAT standardized test scores. To have test scores sent, it is necessary to contact the appropriate testing center:


Contact a Counselor

Have a question? We're happy to help!

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