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Activities: High School ACT   +
The purpose of ACT is to provide a space for students to pursue activism. The club's goals will adjust to the interests of the members, always revolving around making a difference in our community.
2324-ACT    
(11/6/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Art Club   +
Students meet to explore new kinds of art and to create their own art with potential input from fellow students. This is an opportunity for student artists to explore and create for themselves without having assignments or grades. Students self-direct their own projects and collaborate with others if desired. Students bring their own materials to use but may keep them in a locked cabinet if they do not want to transport them everyday. We meet Tuesdays after school.
2324-ArtClub    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Book Club   +
Book Club- Description coming soon
2324-BookClub    
(11/1/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School By Your Side   +
By Your Side is an inclusion club for students with and without special needs. Students meet during flex time at school- talking, playing games, and doing activities.There are also trips taken through Special Olympics MN. By Your Side aims to deconstruct stigmas surrounding disability.
2324-ByYourSide    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Clay Target League   +
Students shoot clay targets (trap). Students shoot once - twice a week. We compete against other teams in our conference. Spring season runs from mid March to mid June. Included in the Spring season is a state qualifying tournament and a state championship.


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Location:

Park Sportsmen's Club in Orono, & MN Horse & Hunt Club in Prior Lake

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SPRING Meeting Days: Fridays, Mon. and Weds

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SPRING: $40 MN Clay Target League & $245. SPRING tournament registration is paid by students who choose to attend.
2324-ClayTarget-Fall    
(10/2/2023-11/3/2023)
2324-ClayTarget-Spr    
(2/12/2024-6/1/2024)
Activities: High School D&D Club   +
Play Dungeons and Dragons games with friends from the high school.
2324-DDClub    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School DECA   +

DECA prepares emerging leaders and young entrepreneurs. Members of SLP DECA will have the opportunity to compete against other students in prepared events and role plays starting at the District level, with possible advancement to State and International levels. In addition, students will have the opportunity to participate in community service projects and other leadership summits.




  • Option 1 - Philanthropy ONLY (Family Partnership & JA)
  • Participation and transportation to Family Partnership and teaching 1st grade
  • Cost $0




  • Option 2 - Full DECA Membership
  • National/state membership
  • High school fee ($25)
  • Invitation to join field trips**
  • Competition**
  • Cost $45



**Other fees may apply


(Competition: Districts: $80, State: $80 (overnight extra), Internationals in Anaheim, CA: $TBD)






2324-DECA    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Environmental Club   +
Environmental club is committed to fostering a strong sense of environmental activism within our both school and wider community.


2324-Environment    
(1/8/2024-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Esports   +
Esports club competes in several video game titles against schools across the state and the country. We offer many different games that students can team up and compete in. There are also plenty scholarship opportunities for our students in esports, and we sometimes get to engage with professionals. Esports is also a fully vocational club that teaches kids other skills such as broadcasting, design, marketing, social media management, team skills, and social skills.


Meets Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 in B227

2324-ESport    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School French Club   +
French club is a place for students to come together around a common curiosity for and love of French-speaking cultures. The group meets about once a month and the cultural activities are different with every meeting: food, music, language, culture, art!
23/24, French Club    
(9/25/2023-6/14/2024)
Activities: High School Girls United   +
2324-GirlsUnited    
(11/1/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Jewish Student Union   +
Jewish Student Union is a place for the jewish students to come together and have a place to meet to discuss Jewish topics and culture.
2324-JSU    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Latino Student Association   +
This club is for Latino students in grades 9-12. Our meetings provide an affinity space for students connect as well as explore and celebrate Latino culture.
2324-LSA    
(11/1/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Math Team   +
This club is for students who enjoy math and would like to learn new topics and develop better problem solving skills. We compete against students in neighboring schools 5 times during the winter.
2324-MathTeam    
(10/2/2023-2/23/2024)
Activities: High School Model UN   +
In Model UN, students represent a country of their choice within areas such as the International Court of Justice, the Human Rights Council, General Assembly, and more. It’s a great way to hear new perspectives, experience aspects of different cultures, and further develop critical thinking skills. Students work together to passionately discuss and come up with solutions to a wide variety of global issues.
2324-ModelUN    
(1/8/2024-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School National Honor Society   +
2324-NHS    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Natural Helpers   +
A club of trained students who provide confidential support to those facing challenges. They are dedicated to helping students in need of a friend, a listener, support or encouragement.
2324-NatHelpers    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Quiz Bowl   +
2324-QuizBowl    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Robotics   +
Combining the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. We call FIRST Robotics Competition the ultimate Sport for the Mind. High-school student participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have.”





Under strict rules, limited time and resources, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Each season ends with an exciting FIRST Championship.
2324-Robotics    
(1/8/2024-4/26/2024)
Activities: High School Rock On Climbing Club   +
The Rock on climbing club is an all inclusive welcoming club meant to introduce new people to rock climbing and also build a strong rock climbing community at SLP that will build friendships and new opportunities to learn about rock climbing.



**the school does not support actual rock climbing in this club. Its strictly education.**




Thursdays 745-815AM. Room B236
2324-RockClimbing    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Spanish Club   +

Advisors: Hanna Anderson

Contact Information: Anderson.hanna@slpschools.org


Students can explore cultural celebrations in Latin America and Spain, dance, play games, make piñatas and speak Spanish to their peers.


Once a month on Thursdays, 3:20-4:20--Room B228 or B235

2324-Spanish    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Students Organized for Anti-Racism (SOAR)   +
SOAR is an offshoot of PEG and it is designed to empower young people of all races to become catalysts for change through racial equity.
2324-SOAR    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Theater   +
As an educational theatre program, our goal is to provide a variety of theatrical learning experiences—both in performance and technical production—through a breadth of dramatic styles. To this end, the genre, size, and structure vary by production. While we strive to build our program by increasing its numbers, we also work to build the program by improving the quality of the learning experience, as a whole.
2324-FallMusical, Fall Musical    
(9/5/2023-10/29/2023)
2324-WinterPlay, Winter Play    
(12/4/2023-2/4/2024)
2324-SpringPlay, Spring Play    
(3/1/2024-4/28/2024)
Activities: High School Thespians   +
The Thespian Society is an extension of the HS Theatre Program. Students who've participated in more that 100 hours of theatre (while in high school) are eligible to join. Thespians take leadership in planning and leading cast/crew/pit activities.
2324-Thespians    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
Activities: High School Ultimate Frisbee   +
The ultimate frisbee club, Crush Ultimate, strives to promote the sport of ultimate and spirit of the game while also developing competitive athletes in an inclusive and accepting environment.

Orange Crush has a girls team and a boys (open) team. We participate in leagues sponsored by Minnesota Ultimate.

No previous experience needed to join the team!

Ultimate frisbee is a spring sport but there are opportunities to participate in ultimate all year.

Spring league:

Begins the 1st week after spring break

Dues: $175 per player paid directly to the SLP Ultimate Frisbee Club plus $37 for a required Minnesota Ultimate Membership.

Additional costs include cleats and jerseys/shorts(@$60)

(No fees are due at time of registration)

Please refer to our website for full registration information.

Financial assistance to cover all costs are available. No player will be kept from playing due to financial reasons. Please refer to our website for more information and contacts for scholarship options.
2324-UltFrisbee    
(9/5/2023-5/31/2024)
High School Adapted Bowling   +
2324-Bowling-A-HS    
(2/26/2024-5/10/2024)
High School Adapted Softball   +
2324-Softball-A-HS    
(3/4/2024-6/1/2024)
High School Baseball   +
2324-Baseball-B-HS    
(3/18/2024-6/15/2024)
High School Boys Golf   +
The St. Louis Park High School Golf program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Golf-B-HS    
(3/18/2024-6/12/2024)
High School Boys Lacrosse (co-op with Hopkins)   +
The St. Louis Park High School Boys Lacrosse program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Lacrosse-B-HS    
(4/1/2024-6/15/2024)
High School Boys Tennis   +
The St. Louis Park High School Boys Tennis program is open to 7th-12th graders. A Middle School student (grades 7 and 8 only) who requests to try-out, practice, or compete on a high school team where the sport is currently offered at the Middle School must be registered and start try-outs the first day of practice. After the try-out period, the high school coaching staff will determine one of the following:

1) Participant is a varsity level athlete, will contribute to the varsity program and play at the varsity level.

2) Participant is on the 9th grade/ C team.

3) It is not appropriate for participant to be part of the high school program at the varsity or 9th grade/ C team level at the time of tryout.
2324-Tennis-B-HS    
(3/25/2024-6/7/2024)
High School Boys Track and Field   +
The St. Louis Park High School Track and Field program is open to
7th-12th graders.
2324-Track-B-HS    
(3/11/2024-6/8/2024)
High School Girls Golf   +
The St. Louis Park High School Golf program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Golf-G-HS    
(3/18/2024-6/12/2024)
High School Girls Lacrosse   +
The St. Louis Park High School Girls Lacrosse program is open to 7th-12th graders. A Middle School student (grades 7 and 8 only) who requests to try-out, practice, or compete on a high school team where the sport is currently offered at the Middle School must be registered and start try-outs the first day of practice. After the try-out period, the high school coaching staff will determine one of the following:

1) Participant is a varsity level athlete, will contribute to the varsity program and play at the varsity level.

2) Participant is on the 9th grade/ C team.

3) It is not appropriate for participant to be part of the high school program at the varsity or 9th grade/ C team level at the time of tryout.
2324-Lacrosse-G-HS    
(4/1/2024-6/15/2024)
High School Girls Softball   +
The St. Louis Park High School Softball program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Softball-G-HS    
(3/11/2024-6/7/2024)
High School Girls Synchronized Swimming   +
The St. Louis Park High School Synchronized Swimming program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Synchro-G-HS    
(3/4/2024-6/8/2024)
High School Girls Track and Field   +
The St. Louis Park High School Track and Field program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2324-Track-G-HS    
(3/11/2024-6/8/2024)
Middle School Boys Tennis   +

6th - 8th Tennis: Tennis is an activity that any male student in 6th - 8th grade can participate in (all athletes get to play). After the season begins, there are usually two matches per week.


Sports Physicals: All athletes will need to have a current sports physical (not immunizations) on file at the Middle School before they will be able to participate. Physicals are good for 3 years.


Activity Bus and Transportation: Buses will leave the Middle School at 5:30 everyday after practice. If they have an event that lasts past 5:30 they will need to be picked up after the event at the middle school. We provide bus transportation to and from all away sporting events.


Season Length: The first day of practice is Monday, March 25th. The season lasts approx. 8 weeks, usually the end of May. Practices are from 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. There are no after school activities on Fridays.


Refunds: If a request for refund is made to the athletic director by the first game/event the participation fee will be refunded.


NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN AFTER THE FIRST GAME/EVENT





2324-Tennis-B68    
(3/27/2024-5/26/2024)
Middle School Boys Track   +

6th - 8th Boys Track: Track is an activity that any male student in 6th - 8th grade can participate in (all athletes get to play). After the season begins, there are usually one meet per week.


Activity Bus and Transportation: Buses will leave the Middle School at 5:30 everyday after practice. If they have an event that lasts past 5:30 they will need to be picked up after the event at the middle school. We provide bus transportation to and from all away sporting events.


Season Length: The first day of practice is Monday, March 25th. The season lasts approx. 8 weeks, usually the end of May. Practices are from 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. There are no after school activities on Fridays.




2324-Track-B68    
(3/27/2024-5/26/2024)
Middle School Girls Lacrosse   +

7th - 8th Lacrosse: Lacrosse is an activity that any female student in 7th - 8th grade can participate in (all athletes get to play). After the season begins, there are usually two games per week.


Activity Bus and Transportation: Buses will leave the Middle School at 5:30 everyday after practice. If they have an event that lasts past 5:30 they will need to be picked up after the event at the middle school. We provide bus transportation to and from all away sporting events.


Season Length: The first day of practice is Monday, March 25th. The season lasts approx. 8 weeks, usually the end of May. Practices are from 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. There are no after school activities on Fridays.





2324-Lacrosse-G78    
(3/27/2024-5/26/2024)
Middle School Girls Track   +

6th - 8th Girls Track: Track is an activity that any female student in 6th - 8th grade can participate in (all athletes get to play). After the season begins, there are usually one meet per week.


Activity Bus and Transportation: Buses will leave the Middle School at 5:30 everyday after practice. If they have an event that lasts past 5:30 they will need to be picked up after the event at the middle school. We provide bus transportation to and from all away sporting events.


Season Length: The first day of practice is Monday, March 25th. The season lasts approx. 8 weeks, usually the end of May. Practices are from 4:00 - 5:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. There are no after school activities on Fridays.




2324-Track-G68    
(3/27/2024-5/26/2024)
Strength and Conditioning -2023-24 School Year   +
Please read all information, as it may have changed from previous years.

Strength and Conditioning is a year-round program designed to support Oriole athletes both in and off-season. This program is a complement to an athlete’s sport skill training and specifically targets growth in the areas of strength, speed, agility, mobility and injury prevention. The program is carefully coached to keep all athletes safe while they work toward achieving their athletic goals.

Our researched based approach will prepare athletes for sport in the safest way possible while under the supervision of coaches and in consultation with athletic training staff. Workloads will be carefully monitored and progressed appropriately for all athletes.




Scheduling:


Summer 2023 (Beginning June 12)

Monday-Thursday for ALL GROUPS

7:00-8:15am High School Athletes

8:00-9:15am High School Athletes

9:00-10:15am High School Athletes

10:00-11:00am Middle School Athletes

*All sessions meet at the HIGH SCHOOL



School Year 2023-2024

Tentative Schedule:

High School: Monday-Thursday

6:30-7:20am

3:30-4:20pm or 4-4:40pm (depending on team schedules)



Middle School: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday

4:10-5:00pm

*All sessions meet at the HIGH SCHOOL



Policies and Expectations:

Please read all of the following information prior to registering your athlete.

Here are the guidelines and expectations for athletes and parents:

1. Athletes MUST register for a specific summer session. If an athlete needs to attend a session outside their normal session, this must be pre-arranged and approved with Coach Gust

2. Athletes MUST leave all personal items at home or in their cars or locked in the locker room. We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

3. Athletes SHOULD bring their own water bottle and MUST be dressed in athletic clothing and a shirt with sleeves (cut off shirts or tank tops are not permitted).



Registration and Fees

For High School Athletes:

Registration for the program is a yearly fee and will cover participation from June 2023 through May 2024. The program is priced to be roughly equal to the fee for one season of sport participation. As a result, fees are not prorated at any time during the year. Please contact Athletic Director Andy Ewald for any fee related questions (ewald.andrew@slpschools.org).

Upon completion of your registration, you will receive an email from Coach Gust with a form to request your session time. Please respond promptly, athletes will be placed in sessions on a first come, first served basis.

Registration refunds will only be issued within two weeks of the first summer practice or 2 weeks of the athlete's registration date. Please contact the athletic office to begin the refund process.
2324-SC-B    
(6/12/2023-6/1/2024)
2324-SC-G    
(6/12/2023-6/1/2024)