"My amazing and supportive teachers that I get to learn from everyday makes me proud to be a Panther."
We'll bring together the people, places and programs that support student growth, wellness and success both within and outside of the classroom.
Spring Lake Park Schools and SLP Community Education offer a variety of ways for students in all grades to get involved, including athletics, activities, theater, after school adventures and more!
Learning Ventures Child Care programs provide high quality services that will grow with your child from preschool through grade six.
Flexible learning environments is one of the four components of our district’s innovative and personalized learning model. The flexible use of time, space and resources is essential to enhancing student learning.
It’s proven when kids eat a well-nourished meal they learn better and play harder. That’s why we concentrate on serving fresh, nutritious and tasty choices.
The Special Education and Student Services Department supports all students by addressing barriers to learning and enhancing healthy development.
The Spring Lake Park Schools Technology Services department is responsible for all of the district’s technology systems.
For the past several years, Spring Lake Park Schools has been redesigning learning spaces throughout the district to better meet the needs of students and staff.
Students in the News
Students in Spring Lake Park Schools are involved in many activities in and outside of the school day. We are Panther proud of their accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics, activities and more. Read some of our student highlights in the stories below.
Spring Lake Park High School senior Lily Yang has been selected as a Certificate of Distinction Honoree by The Minnesota Aspirations in Computing Awards Committee (MNAiC) for her engagement in a variety of technology and leadership experiences offered in her high school and community.
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.
Six members of the Spring Lake Park High School (SLPHS) Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) team earned gold ratings at the state competition held March 28-30, with three members advancing to the national competition.
"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."
Woodcrest fourth grade students had a visit with a professional museum educator before their visit to the Walker Art Center and Sculpture Garden in Minneapolis, where they used STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) skills to interact with and experience modern art.