Welcome to Spring Lake Park High School! We are a vibrant high school community serving Spring Lake Park Schools students in grades 9-12.
Each student at Spring Lake Park High School is known by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences.
All Spring Lake Park High School students have expanded opportunities to explore future career and college pathways and earn college credits.
All portions of Spring Lake Park High School have been redesigned to provide flexible learning environments that allow teachers to meet the varied needs and interests of students.
At Spring Lake Park High School, we are designing engaging learning experiences that lead to each student earning 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade.
Through a wide variety of opportunities, more than 85 percent of Spring Lake Park High School students participate in one or more of the school’s activities or athletics programs.
Amazing things are happening every day at Spring Lake Park High School – learn more about our SLPHS stories and voices.
Will Wackman, Spring Lake Park High School (SLPHS) Director of Athletics and Activities, is excited to announce Addison DeBoer as the new boys’ hockey coach. DeBoer’s is a 2006 graduate of SLPHS and went on to play four years at Colorado College and two years on several minor league hockey teams.
Three members of the Spring Lake Park High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter earned gold ratings at the national competition held June 30-July 1 in Anaheim, California.
Hannah and Sophia Anderson represented the Spring Lake Park High School Opportunities in Emergency Care (OEC) program at the 42nd Annual Health Occupations Students of America International Leadership Conference (HOSA ILC) in Orlando, Florida in June, winning first and earning OEC their third world championship in four years.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a regular meeting on Tuesday, June 11.
Students, families and staff gathered to celebrate the Spring Lake Park Schools’ Life Skills Transitions students at an end of the year celebration on Wednesday, June 5. Students were honored for their hard work throughout the year and six graduating students were presented with their diplomas.
Spring Lake Park High School band teacher Nora Tycast and Woodcrest Spanish Immersion academic specialist Sarah Scheller were selected as the 2019 Spring Lake Park Teachers United, Teachers of the Year winners.