In-person learning (via our e-Hybrid model/schedule) for freshmen and sophomores only. Juniors and seniors will continue with remote learning. Please use this link to read the entire communication
And it's time for our first Scout-Shout Out of the 2020/2021 school year.
If you would like to recognize a fellow Scout, please complete the nomination form. And thank you for remembering that good deeds, hard work, and kindness always deserve to be recognized.
Lake Forest High School juniors and seniors participating in e-Hybrid in-person learning are eligible to participate in voluntary COVID-19 testing in preparation for their return to our building. Please use this link for additional information.
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SCOUT DESTINATIONS is an online newsletter dedicated to the college and career discovery process. The purpose of SCOUT DESTINATIONS is to provide the entire Lake Forest High School community with relevant information, tips and timelines, along with diverse insights and voices to help guide families through the college search journey, and ease some of the anxiety inherent in the college search and admissions process. Read the latest edition here.
Congratulate your 2021 senior and express your pride and love with an ad in the 2021 yearbook!
SENIOR COMMEMORATIVES will be accepted on a space-available basis. When space runs out, or we reach our plant deadline, we can no longer accept ads. So get your ad in early! NO ADS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER MARCH 3RD 2020
Saturday, October 31 at West Campus
All students are welcome at this FREE event brought to you by LFHS Student Council. Students must sign up using the QR Code found on the attached flyer!
11am - 12pm Freshmen
Congratulations to the 2020 Varsity Girls Cross Country team, who fought their way to the 2020 NSC Championship in a three-way battle for first place to capture the title with a score of 52. Libertyville (56) placed second and Lake Zurich (57) place third. Everyone contributed for the Scouts and helped to make the difference. Read more
As we partner in the education and success of your students, we want to ensure that they have access to support that can help them as they progress through high school. As a result, we will again be offering our ACT Test Prep course this fall and winter. Registration closes for ACT Test Prep at noon on Monday, November 2, 2020... read more
The LFHS Varsity Girls Tennis Team dominated play in capturing the North Suburban Conference Championship. The Scouts came in first with 42 points. Libertyville came in second with 27 points, followed by Stevenson in third place with 21 points.
Check out the individual results here.
The All-American High School Film Festival Complete Experience Film Contest is the most prestigious student film contest in the world. Over 100 schools participate each year from across the United States, Europe, Australia and Asia. Normally a 5-week contest that culminates with shooting in New York City for 3 days, this year schools had 4 weeks to come up with a team, a plan, and a story based on the prompt "For a Long Time."
Please Review Health & Safety Protocols for Returning to LFHS
Instructional Supervisors will oversee the daily needs of certain classrooms where the teacher is providing remote instruction for students. Instructional Supervisors should possess the ability to work, communicate and collaborate effectively with students and staff. This position pays $130 per day.
Job qualifications for this role have been updated by the State of Illinois as of October 6 – a substitute teaching license is no longer required for this position... read more
Congratulations to the LFHS Girls and Boys Golf Teams, who are advancing to 2020 Sectional competition. Read more here about their Regional competitions and the upcoming Sectionals.
We all associate Fall with Back to School – but twenty or thirty years from now, what will we all remember about this particular return to school?
The History Center of Lake Forest-Lake Bluff in partnership with the Lake Forest School District 67 and District 115 are launching a new initiative to preserve those memories now, in real-time. A new digital exhibit called Facing School 2020 gives students, teachers and parents from schools across the community a central place to share their experiences, find encouragement, and access their stories about back-to-school 2020 for years to come.
Please visit this link to view the Facing School 2020 Digital Exhibit and start submitting your content today!
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