Your counselors have been working hard getting things ready for your senior year, but with COVID-19 on the scene, things look a little different this year. It may be more important than ever to be in contact with your school counselor to get questions answered. Below is a great starting point, no matter where you are in the process. Below are some helpful video's and tutorials for you so you know what you can be doing now, before your fall counselor meeting. Also, don't hesitate to reach out and set up a meeting with your counselor if you don't want to wait any longer! Click the links below for whatever you may need.
College Fairs, there are so many opportunities to connect with colleges from all over the world this fall. If you are still undecided or not sure what your plan will be after graduation, your best bet is to be informed. Register for these events and attend whatever sessions or colleges you want to gain insight into possibilities for your future. All of these fairs are FREE to students and parents.
Super College Saturday by MACAC - This is a virtual college readiness experience where underrepresented and first-generation Minnesota high school students will learn about applying to college, financial aid, finding a school that is the right fit for them, and more! This is a FREE Event!
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 a fall presentation for senior families to prepare for college. Included in the link below is the Fall 2019 Senior Parent Presentation on College and Financial Aid. Please reach out to your students counselor for personalized learning with any questions you may have.
Comprehensive resource for colleges, occupations, financial aid and military service. All students at SLPHS have their own account for Naviance. Parent accounts are being rolled out this year beginning with our Junior class.
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 here. 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.