Welcome New Residents!We can't wait to meet you!ISD #283 St. Louis Park Public Schools has a long and successful history we are proud to share. If you have moved to our community, to ensure that you receive information about early childhood screenings and kindergarten registration at the appropriate time, please email our District Enrollment Specialist Lynda Stanley at email@example.com or call 952-928-6000.Registration Information for All Students
No shots, no school. Minnesota Statutes Section 121A.15 requires children enrolled in a Minnesota school to be immunized against certain diseases, allowing for specified exceptions. If your student should not have immunizations for medical reasons or because of your conscientious beliefs, you will need to provide legal documentation of exemption. Contact the school health office for information and the appropriate form. This form is designed to provide the school with information required by the law. Students not in compliance—i.e., their immunization information is not up-to-date—will be excluded from school.
You will be asked to provide a record of your child's shots at Kindergarten Roundup or with your child’s registration. All children entering kindergarten must have a varicella (chickenpox) vaccine (or a history of having chickenpox) and a second dose of vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella.
Free health checkups, sports physicals, acute visits and immunizations are available for St. Louis Park residents or students between the ages of birth through 12th grade at Central Clinic located in our Central Community Center. Central Clinic also sees students who attend Hopkins Public Schools or live in Hopkins. In order to receive immunizations at our clinic, you must either have no insurance, or insurance through the state of Minnesota. The Clinic is open Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 1-4:30 p.m. We encourage people to be here by 4 p.m. at the latest though so they have enough time with the doctor. We only take walk-ins. If your child should not have immunizations for medical reasons or because of the conscientiously held beliefs of the parents, the school must have written proof of exemption.
Early Childhood Screening
This is an evaluation to check the health and development of your child, so concerns may be addressed early. This enables your child to be ready to be a better learner in kindergarten. It is a free service for children ages 3½ to 5 years old and is required for entrance into kindergarten. Screening is held September to early May at Central Community Center. If your child has not been screened, call 952-928-6726 to schedule an appointment.
Non-residents of the St. Louis Park Public Schools can apply for Open Enrollment through the state of Minnesota's Enrollment Options Program. For further information about open enrollment or to obtain an application please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 952-928-6023.Equity Options Busing Program
Until 2012, the Minnesota Department of Education sponsored The Choice is Yours (TCIY) program - a school choice program for families that qualified for free or reduced-priced lunches and lived within the Minneapolis Public Schools attendance boundaries. This open enrollment program offered low-income families from Minneapolis more options to attend schools in outlying suburbs. From the beginning, St Louis Park Public Schools voluntarily participated in this program.
When the TCIY program ended in 2012, St Louis Park Public Schools chose to continue its Minneapolis busing program to provide eligible students access to the district’s quality education options. In 2018, the program was renamed “Equity Options Busing Program”.
To participate in the Equity Options Busing Program, students must meet two criteria:
- The student and parent/guardian must live within the Minneapolis Public Schools attendance boundaries.
- The student must qualify for free or reduced-price lunch.
If both criteria are met, the student is eligible for the Equity Options Busing Program. This open enrollment busing program provides transportation to and from school. If you are unsure of your child's eligibility for free or reduced-price lunch, please visit School Nutrition on our web site at www.slpschools.org.
Registering for Elementary School
Students who move into the St. Louis Park school district during the school year should register as soon as possible at their designated school. St. Louis Park has three K-5 elementary schools:
The fourth elementary school serving students in Grades K-5 is Park Spanish Immersion School (PSI), located at 6300 Walker Street. Families of prospective kindergarten students wanting their child(ren) to attend Park Spanish Immersion School must apply by the deadline to be included in the lottery. The application deadline is identified each year and is published in the city/school calendar. Applications are sent out to families in January and the lottery is held in early February of the year the child will start kindergarten. If you did not receive an application, please contact the school directly (phone: 952-928-6759). For more information about attending PSI in Grades 1-5, please visit the PSI website and click on FAQ about PSI.
- Aquila Elementary School, 8500 West 31st Street | phone: 952-928-6500
- Peter Hobart Elementary School, 6500 West 26th Street | phone: 952-928-6600
- Susan Lindgren Elementary School, 4801 West 41st Street | phone: 952-928-6700
Elementary School Attendance Boundaries
Students are assigned to elementary schools based on permanent home address.
Click here to view a map of school attendance boundaries to determine which elementary school to contact to register your child. If you would like assistance or confirmation of the school your child(ren) will attend in St. Louis Park, contact Lynda Stanley at 952-928-6023 or email email@example.com and remember to provide your St. Louis Park address.
Registering for the Middle School (Grades 6-8)
At the secondary level, the St. Louis Park Middle School serves students in Grades 6-8 at 2025 Texas Avenue South. Please call Bridgid Hoppman at 952-928-6301 to schedule an appointment to register. Please bring a current copy of the child’s:
Registering for the High School (Grades 9-12)
- Immunization record
- Birth certificate*
- Proof of residency (this may be a utility bill or a purchase or rental agreement)
- Please bring any most recent transcripts and/or report cards you may have
St. Louis Park serves Grades 9-12 at the High School located at 6425 West 33rd Street. Contact the Counseling Office (phone: 952-928-6123) at the High School to make an appointment to register your student. Please bring a current copy of the child’s:
- Immunization record
- Birth certificate*
- Proof of St. Louis Park residency (this may be a utility bill or a purchase or rental agreement)
- Secondary students are also required to bring a copy of their current transcript
Registering for Summer School – All Grades
During the summer, parents of children who will be enrolled in Grades K-5, can enroll their child(ren) at the District Office, 6425 West 33rd Street (phone: 952-928-6000). At the secondary level, students at the Middle School (Grades 6-8) should call 952-928-6395 to set up a registration appointment. At the High School (Grades 9-12), contact the Counseling Office at 952-928-6123.