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    2017 College Board Advanced Placement Exam Registration begins

    Thursday, March 23, 2017

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    LFHS Class Selection Process for the Class of 2019 Begins

    Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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    Presidents’ Day (No school LFHS)


    Last day of 3rd quarter

    Student Services

    Lake Forest High School offers many services to help students to succeed at LFHS and afterwards.  Various departments are available to help students in the area of Counseling, Transcripts, Registration, College Admissions, Emotional Wellness, Health Services, and Special Education.

    Student Services

    Core Support Teams

    Lake Forest High School educational professionals who support academic, social emotional, and physical well being of students.  The Core Teams are divided alphabetically and include counselors, Dean of Students, Social Workers, Psychologist, and Support Personnel.  See Core Teams

    Counseling Department

    The mission of the Lake Forest High School Counseling Department is to enable all students to meet their potential by teaching, assisting, and encouraging them to:

    • Become productive and responsible citizens
    • Make appropriate self-directed academic, career, and post-secondary plans
    • Foster social/emotional health, self-awareness and a respect for and understanding of others

    Learn More about Counseling


    Dean of Students

    Deans work on a daily basis to build relationships and advocate for students while promoting and encouraging appropriate school/student contact.  Go to Deans/Attendace

    Social Workers

    Every LFHS student has an assigned social worker who is available for counseling, either on an as-needed basis or in regular scheduled sessions. Social Workers help students better manage stresses that affect performance and functioning in school. Social Workers also host SSRT’s (Student Support Round Tables) where students meet weekly to support each other around shared life stresses. All social work is private and confidential, unless a student is deemed to be physically at-risk. View Core Teams


    School Psychologists perform a myriad of duties including direct work with students, teacher consultation, problem solving, assessment, research, and school-wide and program specific improvements. These functions are designed to support both general education and special education.  See Core Teams


    Advocate of student health while providing comprehensive and collaborative wellness for all students within Lake Forest High School.  See Health Services

    Student Assistance Program

    District program to promote practices in substance use prevention and intervention programming for students.  Learn more!

    Volunteer Service

    Volunteer service at LFHS is defined as any work done for the benefit of others without direct financial, material, or personal compensation or gain.  See Community Service

    School Resource Officer

    The school resource officer acts as the liaison between the schools and police department, as well as promoting safer schools and students. The school resource officer is in the roll of law enforcement, yet serves as an advisor to students and families.