Welcome to Lighthouse School in Spring Lake Park! We provide an enriched learning environment that matches the needs of self-directed, gifted and insatiable learners ages 6-18.
Lighthouse School provides an enriched environment for gifted and insatiable learners ages 6-18.
Lighthouse students are self-directed, insatiable learners with curious minds, who are driven to make meaning of their world.
Because Lighthouse School is designed differently than similar schools, the “typical” day is often different for each student.
Lighthouse School partners with Spring Lake Park High School to offer students a variety of honors, Advanced Placement and college readiness courses.
Learning at Lighthouse School is inquiry-based and self-directed under the guidance of our nurturing staff, who provide high expectations, choice and challenge.
Each student at Lighthouse School is known by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences.
Amazing things are happening every day at Lighthouse School – learn more about our Lighthouse stories and voices.
As the 2018-2019 school year nears the end, it is time for students to turn in their district-owned iPads. Students will turn in their devices starting Friday, May 3.
The Panther Foundation, Spring Lake Park Schools’ Education Foundation, is looking for individuals who are ready to share time, talents and resources as a member of the board of directors.
Mona Perkins has been selected as the next principal of Park Terrace Elementary School. Perkins is replacing Kim Fehringer, who recently accepted a position in the district’s educational services department.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a regular meeting on Tuesday, April 9.
Top Spring Lake Park Schools math students had an impressive showing at the 52nd annual St. Cloud State University math contest on Thursday, April 4.
To better serve people in our community with disabilities and to comply with new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) website accessibility laws, our new websites that launched in October featured an accessibility toolbar called AudioEye. Earlier this month, the district was notified the websites earned the AudioEye Trusted Certification and the toolbar is fully implemented.