- Career and College Readiness in Spring Lake Park Schools
- Minnesota Private College Guide
- Senior Parent Night Presentation
- Junior College Kick-Off Event
- Popular Resources
- NCAA Eligibility
- School Profile
Our vision to have every student prepared for college is bold and highly aspirational.
College readiness does not start in high school. Every level of our district – from early childhood to high school – must be aligned to this vision of college readiness.
The goal of the 12 x 12 project is for each student to earn 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade.
The Minnesota Private College Guide includes general information about Minnesota private colleges as well as a one-page profile on each institution. It closes with a grid showing where more than 140 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations are available.
The Student Services department hosts presentations for senior families to prepare for college. View the content from last year's Senior Parent Night presentation on Financial Aid and the College Application Process below.
The Student Services department hosts presentations for junior families to learn about and prepare for college. View the presentations from last year's Junior College Kick-Off Event below.
Overview of the Application Process - Find out all the steps and timeline for the college application process in our group session. Get updates on what the Student Services Office provides you and your child during this critical time in launching into life after high school. Click here to download the Overview of the Application Process presentation.
Finding the Right Fit - Join us in an activity to learn more about what you should be looking for when researching colleges. Remember, just because you never heard of the school doesn’t mean it isn’t the right fit for you! Click here to download the Finding the Right Fit presentation.
ACT/SAT Prep - Get an overview of both the ACT and SAT college entrance exams. Find out the timeline for testing and learn how your colleges use these scores in determining acceptance. Also, get the inside scoop on Test prep options and test optional colleges. Click here to download the ACT/SAT Prep presentation.
College Research Tools - Join this session to get the best options for college research. Learn great tools offered at SLPHS for students to research, save and explore colleges. Click here to download the College Research Tools presentation.
NCAA - Learn what the NCAA is and what the high school requirements are for students looking to participate in Division I or Division II NCAA athletics once they get to college. Click here to download the NCAA presentation.
Financial Aid - Learn all about financial aid and the process for applying. Click here to download the financial aid presentation.
Minnesota Career Information System (MCIS)
Comprehensive resource for colleges, occupations, financial aid and military service. All students at SLPHS will soon have access to MCIS.
Application Fee Waiver
Students who qualify for free/reduced lunch may be eligible for a fee waiver for College Applications, ACT and SAT tests. See your high school dean for additional information.
College Admissions and Financial Aid Guide
The College Admissions and Financial Aid Guide is a free complete college application guide developed by the Fair Opportunity Project.
Click the links below to access the resource websites:
It is time for college-bound student-athletes to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center.
Who should register? Any current sophomore, junior or senior who wishes to participate in intercollegiate athletics at an NCAA Division I or II college or university should register.
How Does Registration Work? Registrants may access the site at www.eligibilitycenter.org. From the home page, click on "Enter Here" for NCAA college bound student-athletes, then click on the "New Account" link in the upper right corner. From there, follow the prompts.
Our School Profile will be provided to colleges during the application process for our students. This will help colleges in the selection process to understand our school and our student body better. If you have any questions. Please see your students dean.