"I truly believe that my education has thoroughly prepared me for my next steps and I am so thankful, and most of all proud, to graduate a Panther."
What our Students Say
Each year, Spring Lake Park High School graduates its senior class and they go on to do amazing things. Learn more about what the Class of 2019 and 2018 plan to do after graduation in the videos and stories below.
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With all the different activities and opportunities that are offered at the high school, I feel more than prepared to face a multitude of challenges and experiences in the future. The high school has given me the leadership tools and self-confidence to thrive in any situation. It has also given me a chance to meet some amazing people and do amazing things that I will never forget.
– Alannah Easter, Class of 2019
“Spring Lake Park Schools has prepared me for my future by offering a safe environment which exposed me to many different ideas and viewpoints. I am leaving SLP having learned much about literature, advanced math and sciences and the world, and most importantly, that no matter people's perceived differences, we all benefit when we join our resources to help one another.
”– Joe Privratsky, Class of 2019
Spring Lake Park High School senior Rebecca Kirk was awarded the $3,000 per year College in the Schools (CIS) four-year tuition scholarship at the University of Minnesota through the Department of German, Slavic, Nordic and Dutch.
Spring Lake Park High School hosted its 29th annual Scholarship and Awards Ceremony on Wednesday, May 22 to honor our seniors of the Class of 2019.
"Being a part of a community that cares about students and staff makes me Panther proud."
Spring Lake Park High School senior Brady Nelson has been awarded the Luther Scholarship, valued at $52,000 over four years, from Bethany Lutheran College beginning with the 2019-2020 school year.
"The communication, organizational and time management skills I have gained from Spring Lake Park Schools leadership opportunities will be invaluable for my future."
Spring Lake Park High School senior Makenna Leik has been awarded the Platinum level Graduating Seniors Award from the Program Development Committee of U.S. Figure Skating for her dedication to pursuing figure skating while maintaining her school academics.
The Spring Lake Park High School student services department hosted a Decision Day event on May 1 to recognize seniors heading to college, other post-secondary education programs, the military or the workforce.
On Friday, June 8, over 375 Spring Lake Park High School seniors walked across the stage to receive their diplomas as part of this year’s commencement.
Spring Lake Park High School senior Jessica Figueroa has been selected to receive the Gateway Scholarship from the University of Minnesota. This scholarship is worth up to $50,000 over four years, beginning in fall 2018.
Spring Lake Park High School student Meghan P. has been selected as one of 42 women named to the 2018 Minnesota Vikings Cheerleading team.
Three Spring Lake Park High School seniors enrolled in a German 4/University of Minnesota College in the Schools (CIS) Intermediate German 1004 course won two awards for a video contest they entered through the U of M CIS program.
The Student Services Department hosted the first ever College Decision Day event on May 1 to recognize seniors heading to college or to other post-secondary education programs.
Brandon Nguyen is a member of the Class of 2018 and plans to attend the University of Minnesota Duluth after graduation.
Lina Maurice is a member of the Class of 2018 and plans to attend Marquette University after graduation.
Wyatt Nielsen is a member of the Class of 2018 and plans to study at the University of Montana after graduation