Registration Timeline for the Class of 2025

(Current SLPMS 8th Graders)
February  8

Virtual Parent Informational Session for current 8th Grade Parents/Guardians. A Zoom link will be posted and information will be available on the high school website at

February  22-24

Registration Information will be shared with current 8th graders in Advisory regarding their choices.

February  25-26

Science Classes will join a virtual session with 9th Grade Counselor Barb Nelson during their Check & Connect time.

Open Enrollment Procedures

For students who live out of the District: 

  • Visit to download an Open Enrollment Packet.
  • Initial application deadline is January 15.
  • If applications meet the January 15 deadline, families will hear from the District by February 15 and there is a high likelihood of acceptance.
  • Applications received after January 15 will be considered for acceptance based on the order they are received.
  • If you are considering multiple schools, it is better to apply and then let the District know that you are not going to attend rather than applying late.
  • Questions regarding open enrollment can be directed to Jazmin Ontiveros in the Enrollment Center at or 952-928-6023. 

For students that live in St. Louis Park but haven’t attended St. Louis Park Public Schools prior to 9th Grade:

Students who reside in St. Louis Park can enroll all the way up until school starts in September 2021. We strongly suggest that families complete the enrollment process in March/April in order to take advantage of any programs or course offerings. 

Information for all students:

Once you have been accepted to enroll to St. Louis Park High School, the enrollment process will be completed entirely online. Once your online enrollment has been completed, you will be contacted by Sandy Armendariz in the Student Services office to make an appointment to register your student for classes. 

Free & Reduced Priced Meals

It’s important for all families to fill out an Application for Educational Benefits, also known as a Free and Reduced Priced Meals Application. Students in households that meet the free or reduced-price meal income guidelines will generate compensatory revenue for the district. Schools must use compensatory revenue to meet the needs of students who are behind their peers, such as remedial instruction, instructional materials including digital learning and technology, bilingual programs and additional teachers and teacher aides.

All families will receive an Application for Educational Benefits in August 2021 before the start of the 2021-22 school year. The application must be completed and returned to the District no later than December 15 so the District can calculate eligibility and report to the Minnesota Department of Education.