School Counseling Services


    2020-2021 Registration Information

    Highland Park Families:
    We are extending the 2020-2021 course registration deadline to Friday, April 17th. This will help students focus on Distance Learning and allow counselors more time to answer your questions before you complete your registration. Please consider the following:
    - Make your choices to the best of your ability. Use the Course Catalog and contact your current teachers if you have questions about subject levels (Accelerated, SL, HL).
    - Counselors can make changes to your selections later if necessary.
    - There is a space on the registration form that asks if you would like a phone/online meeting with your counselor. Counselors will see this and will reach out to you as they are able throughout the spring.
    Thank you for your patience. We are responding to your messages as quickly as we can, and we appreciate your cooperation as we move forward. 
    Counseling Department
    Highland Park Families:
    We have a new process for 2020-2021 course registration. We are no longer holding a "Registration Day" and students are no longer registering online in Student Portal. We have instead created separate Google Forms for current 9th, 10th and 11th graders. This Google Form has listed all of the courses from our grade-level registration forms. Students will be asked to select their courses for next year on these Google Forms and counselors will enter the course requests into Campus manually as students submit their answers. We posted this information on Schoology for students on 03/25/2020 and students are required to submit their responses by the end of the day on 04/13/2020. Please contact your student's counselor with questions. 
    Below are links to the documents that will help you in your course selection:

    Highland Park Senior High School Course Catalog 2020-2021

    10th Grade Regular Registration Form

    10th Grade Google Registration Form (students must complete this form)

    11th Grade Regular Registration Form

    11th Grade Google Registration Form (students must complete this form)

    12th Grade Regular Registration Form

    12th Grade Google Registration Form (students must complete this form)


    Licensed School Counselors empower students and families to access their premier Saint Paul Public Schools education through:

    • Academic support.
    • Social emotional support.
    • College & career readiness.


    • All students are college and career ready.
    • All students have the mindsets and behaviors needed to be successful.
    • All students have advocacy skills.
    • All students and families feel welcomed, respected and valued.
    • All students have access to a Licensed School Counselor in their school.


    100% of SPPS students will graduate with the skills necessary to access their college and/or career aspirations.


    Licensed School Counselors    

    School Counseling Office

    • Cynthia Grundmeier, Clerk
      •, 651.744-4905
    • Hours:    7:00 am to 3:30 pm on school days during the school year.

    College and Career Resource Center

    • Hours:    8:15 am to 3:15 pm on school days during the school year.


    Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative
    Ramsey County Children's Mental Health Collaborative
    RCCMHC is a diverse community partnership of families and child-serving agencies.
    Together, we work to build an integrated system of care for youth with mental health disorders and their families that supports:
    resilience, recovery and wellbeing!

    National Alliance on Mental Illness

    Working to improve the lives of children and adults with mental illnesses and their families.

    Metro Children's Crisis Response Services

    Ramsey County 651-744-7000

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

    The Bridge for Youth

    The Bridge for Youth launched its new 24-hour texting hotline for teens and families.  The crisis hotline, (612) 400-SAFE, is staffed round the clock by professional staff and volunteers, trained to de-escalate crisis, provide emotional support, and connect youth and families with critical resources.