Get Involved

Spring Lake Park Schools and SLP Community Education offer a variety of ways for students in all grades to get involved. 

 Learn more about the opportunities offered below and get involved today!

Panther Athletics and Activities

at Spring Lake Park High School

Spring Lake Park High School offers 14 girls' sports, 13 boys' sports and more than 20 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities.

Learn more about SLPHS athletics and activities

SLP Theatre

Spring Lake Park's theatre program performs three high school performances - a fall play, winter one-act play and spring musical annually. Westwood students are also able to participate in a fall play and spring musical.

Learn more about SLP Theatre

After School Adventures

Community Education provides before- and after-school enrichment for elementary students with many opportunities for physical activity, academic enrichment and creative expression.

Learn more about After School Adventures

Health Services

The priority of Spring Lake Park Schools' Health Services is to promote student health and wellness. 

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Clubs and Activities

At Westwood

Westwood offers a variety of clubs, community services, gifted services and performing groups for students to get involved.

Learn More about Westwood Clubs and Activities

SLP Community Education

Community Education offers a number of activities and clubs, including Bowling Club, Curling Club, drivers education and more.

Learn more about Community Education

Flexible Learning Environments

For the past several years, Spring Lake Park Schools has been redesigning learning spaces throughout the district to better meet the current and future needs of students and staff.

Learn more about our Flexible Learning Environments

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.

Learn more about Students in the News