News + Events

On Tuesday, November 19 and Wednesday, November 20, Josten's (our supplier for diplomas, caps & gowns for graduation) will be in the Commons from 10:00am - 2:00 pm to measure for caps & gowns. Please order your cap and gown at this time.

Caps & gowns were paid for during registration/fee payment.

Questions? Cindy Rogna,


Student Council Food DriveStudent Council is leading the student body in participating in the Cool Food Pantry Food Drive. Each grade will be collecting a different good:

  • Freshmen: soup and canned meals
  • Sophomores: cereal, granola bars
  • Juniors: boxed meals- mac & cheese, mix-in packets for sauces, etc
  • Seniors: canned fruits & veggies
  • Staff: baking goods, condiments, peanut butter

We would love for your support and participation in the event! Students and staff may drop off their items in the COMMONS under their respective signs until November 22.

The class with the most food items wins a continental breakfast hosted by Student Council.

LIKE - a documentary about the impact of social media

Community Screening on November 14, 2019, 7:00-8:30pm in the Deer Path Middle School Auditorium (followed by discussion with expert panel) - The event is free of cost and open to the public.

The goal of the screening is to raise awareness about the impact social media has on our lives, as well as start a conversation about how to ensure our own, and our children's, healthy use of technology. Among the experts and special guests are:

  • Matt Dewar, Ed.D., Well-Being Coordinator, Lake Forest High School
  • Emilie Correa, Ed. D., Social Emotional Learning TLF, D67
  • John Maher, Assistant Director of Educational Services D115
  • Officer Ben Grum, School Resource Officer LFHS, Lake Forest Police Department

Parents, educators, and community members interested in attending are asked to please RSVP here!

This event is brought to you by the Social Emotional Learning Committee in District 67 and is free of charge. For questions about the screening, please contact Emilie Correa, Ed. D.,, (847) 295-5187.

Red Cross Club is sponsoring a Coat Drive for the Pacific Garden Mission for Chicago's homeless. There is a box in front of the library. This drive will end November 15. Please donate for the needy!

Prom 2020 Art Contest
  • Open to ALL LFHS students (9th-12th)
  • Seeking original, student designed artwork inspired by “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Artwork will be printed on Prom Invitations and T-Shirts (2 winners selected)
  • Artwork must be grayscale or black and white
  • Deadline is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2019
  • Submit artwork to Mrs. Crouch in room 127
  • Winners will each receive 2 tickets to Prom 2020 (or prize of equivalent value if not attending Prom.

Needed: Committee Volunteers for Spring Luncheon & Pitch NightThe LFHS Foundation is seeking volunteers to serve on our SPRING LUNCHEON & PITCH NIGHT COMMITTEES. These committees will be responsible for planning and executing the events. We have board members leading both committees and numerous additional trustees volunteering to help out. We welcome additional volunteer power to help with planning, logistics, graphic design, helping with the auction, set up/clean up, and day of support. If interested please fill out and submit an online volunteer form or contact us at

The LFHS Choir is raising money for our 2020 Musical Tour of Europe during Spring Break 2020. All profits will go directly to the individual trip account of the student seller, so be sure to select a student's name when ordering!

Citrus Pick-Up at LFHS WEST Campus
Friday November 22
Saturday November 23
Thank you for your support!

Congratulate your 2020 senior and express your pride and love with an ad in the 2020 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 make sure to get your ad in early!  No ads will be accepted after March 3, 2020.