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Welcome to the SLPHS Career & College Center

"Life after High School is not just about a college degree...

...but becoming an independent successful adult."

source: Yale School of Medicine Child Study Center

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Naviance Student

Click here for the career & college planning tool Naviance Student. Course Planner, College Rep Visits, Self-Discovery Assessments, College Research and Planning, Career Research and Planning, Transcript and Recommendation Requests.

Career Planning

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College Resources

Click here for College Resources, including application resources, Financial Aid, ACT/SAT information, Scholarships and more. 

Job Board - Updates Frequently

Click here for a list of job opportunities for high school aged students. 

Career Infographics

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Enrichment Opportunities

Click here for information and resources regarding early college opportunities. 

Work Based Learning ; is a structured component of the Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum that integrates classroom instruction with productive, progressive, supervised, paid internships related to students’ career objectives. Students earn high school credits, industry-recognized certifications and credentials.

To learn more contact: Kara Mueller, Career & College Coordinator,

What is NEXT after High School?

High School Launches Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Course

Hands on Learning at St. Louis Park High School

SLPHS Alumni Never Forgets his School

The College and Career Readiness program at St. Louis Park High School launched a new Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) class during the 2021-22 school year. Students get professional training in a high school class while learning everything they need to know to become CNAs. The value of the training? Priceless. The cost to students? Free!

The Career Pathways Advisory Executive Board partnered with community volunteers and the city fire department to create the program. It's an innovative way to address the city's severe CNA shortage while helping SLP students prepare for careers in healthcare and earn competitive wages.