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The Kiwanis Foundation of Lake Bluff & Lake Forest is raising the necessary funds to provide area elementary and high schools in Lake Forest, Lake Bluff and Knollwood an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

Find out more about this fundraiser and how you can participate.

Open Gyms


Open Gym in Competition Gym Monday-Friday
starting March 18
from 6:30am til 7:30am.

 Wall Climbing Open Gym
3:30 - 4:15 PM


Athletic Alerts

LFHS Sports Signing Day - Attention Senior Student Athletes....the next official Sports Signing Day is Wednesday, April 17th. If you're receiving a National Letter of Intent or a Letter of Commitment to participate in athletics at the college level next year we would like to include you in our recognition event.

See Ms. Lindsey-Perera in the Athletic Office to confirm details of your attendance, what sport and what school you'll be attending next year. Please note, you will need verification of commitment in order to sign. Deadline to sign up is Monday, April 15that 3:30pm. Recognition ceremony begins at 3:30pm in the Student Dining Room.

Sports team picture day is coming up! If your son or daughter didn't bring home a picture form for you to fill out, you can still order pictures. The athletic office has extra forms. Or you can pay ahead of time online by going to If you pay online, please let your athlete know so they know to have their picture taken. 

If you have any questions about sports team and individual pictures, please contact Visual Image Photography at or call them at 262-375-4457

For the best Sports Team & Individual pricing, order before or on your picture day. All orders placed after picture day have an additional $3.95 processing and handling fee applied. Orders placed after photo day need to be processed individually, separate from all orders placed before and on photo day.

Scouts in Action 2018-19

Photos by Visual Image Photography

Athletics News

Four $1,00 scholarships will be awarded to two outstanding female and two outstanding male athletes who have demonstrated excellence through athletic performance, leadership, spirit and sportsmanship. 

Promotional photo of Wall of Excellence and beginning of application process for Outstanding Sr. Athlete

Award winners will be prominently displayed on the "Images of Excellence" mural at West Campus alongside other athletes and students who have been selected by the LFHS Athletics Department, Dean's Office and other LFHS organizations.

Read more about LFHS Boosters Outstanding Senior Athletic Award Application Process Has Begun

Lake Forest 49 - Fremd 43

Varsity Girls Basketball wins the first sectional title in school basketball history with a victory over top-seeded Fremd in Libertyville and improve to 27-7. The Scouts managed a two-point lead (19-17) at half-time and after three quarters (29-27) before closing out the game with a six-point victory in a hard-fought battle.  Halle Douglass was the leading scorer for the Scouts.  

Lake Forest (2) will play Maine West (1) (32-0) in the super-sectional round on Monday, February 25 at Palatine. 
Game time: 7:00PM.  GO SCOUTS!

Read more about Varsity Girls Basketball Win First IHSA Class 4A Sectional Title in School Basketball History!

Lake Forest 66 - Libertyville 53

The Scouts took a 30-25 lead into half-time and finished strong for a 66-53 sectional semifinal victory, which improved their record to 26-7 to set a new school record of 26 wins. 

Halle Douglass led the offense with 26 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals. Grace Tirzmalis added 22 points, 7 rebounds.  Molly Fisher had 9 points and Finola Summerville had 5 points, 5 rebounds and 3 assists.

The Scouts now move on to the sectional championship game vs Fremd HS (29-4, 9-3), which takes place on Thursday, February 21, at Libertyville High School.  Game time: 7:00 PM.

Go Scouts!

Read more about Varsity Girls Basketball Set School Record and Move on to Sectional Championship

Congratulations to Colin Kingsley, Oliver Akintade and Luke Lanigan, who have qualified for the Boys' Swimming State Tournament which will be held at New Trier next weekend.

  • Sophomore Colin Kingsley qualified by winning first place in the 500 freestyle with a time of 4:42.76 and second place 200 free--1:44.74
  • Junior Oliver Akintade also qualified by winning the 100 breaststroke with a time of 59.39
  • Junior Luke Lanigan qualified after taking first place in the 200 freestyle in 1:43.56; second place 100 free --47.27.
  • third place--200 free relay and third place--400 free relay

Highland Park (245.50) took first place at their sectional meet, Mundelein (215) took second, and Lake Forest (193.5) took third.  The rest of the field consisted of: Deerfield (150), Warren (129.50), Libertyville (124.50), Vernon Hills (115), and Zion Benton (53)

The State Meet will be held on Friday-Saturday, February 22-23 at New Trier High School. 
Additional Information can be found here.

Read more about Kingsley, Akintade, and Lanigan head to Boys' Swimming State Meet

Lake Forest 64 -Buffalo Grove 39

Varsity Girls Basketball show off their Regional Championship trophy

Congratulations to the Scouts, who claimed a Regional title with a convincing win over Buffalo Grove by a score of 64-39.  The Scouts tied a school record with 25 wins and now are 25-7 for the season.

Ellie Pearson led the offense with 16 points.  Halle Douglass added 11 points, 8 rebounds, 9 assists, 3 steals and 4 blocks.  Grace Tirzmalis had 10 points, Molly Fisher with 9 and Lilly Trkla had 7.  Finola Summerville contributed 9 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals.  Summerville also is a three-point showdown advancer for Lake Forest.

The Scouts advance to the Sectional Semi-finals vs Libertyville at Libertyville HS on February 19 at 7:00 PM.


Read more about Varsity Girls Basketball are Regional Champions!!

Lake Forest 50 - Warren 31

The Scouts defeated Warren 50-31 and improved to 24-7 to advance to the Regional Championship, which will be held at LFHS on Thursday, February 14 at 7:00 PM. 

Congratulations to Grace Tirzmalis, who scored her 1000th career point while leading the offense with 24 points and 5 rebounds.  Halle Douglass had 9 assists, 6 rebound and 4 steals.  Olivia Witte had 5 rebounds and Ellie Pearson had 4. 

In addition to the win,  congratulations go out to the award winners for the NSC from the Scouts which include:
All-Conference and Player of the Year for the NSC to Halle Douglass.
All-Conference to Grace Tirzmalis.
Honorable Mention AC to Finola Summerville.
Sportsmanship Award to Lilly Trkla.

Read more about Varsity Girls Basketball Advance to Regional Championship

Chase Waggoner claimed second place in the 170 pound weight class at the Antioch Sectionals on Saturday, which guaranteed him a place at the 2A Wrestling State Tournament.  

After defeating Kevin Guevara (12-18)(Fenton), Jim Clancey (17-15)(St. Patrick), Yovaniel Garcia (27-8)(Carmel), Waggoner lost to Alex Cramer (43-0) (Grayslake Central) by a Fall 1:53 for second place.

Truman Thuente placed third in the 195 pound weight class by losing to Tom Liesz (16-12)(St. Patrick), then had a bye before defeating Geo Vega (22-17)(Elmwood Park), Josh Dumont (19-15) (Richmond Burton), Ethan Lester (21-11) (Grayslake Central) and getting another chance to defeat Tom Liesz (16-12)(St. Patrick) for third place (MD 10-1) and guaranteeing him a spot in the 2A Individual Wrestling State Tournament.

Waggoner and Thuente on winners stand at sectionals

Individual State Tournament: Thursday-Saturday, February 14-16, 2019.  Good Luck Scouts!!

Site: State Farm Center, Champaign | Directions
Tickets: $8 or $10 per session (5) or $40 or $50 season ticket
Parking: $9 (all day)
IMPORTANT for all entering State Farm Center New Clear Bag Policy

Read more about Waggoner and Thuente Advance to the Individual 2A Wrestling State Tournament


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Sports Participation Fee -

There is a sports participation fee of $230 per sport, which will be invoiced from the business office once a student makes the final team roster per season. Fees can be paid online at

PLEASE REMEMBER - Sports Participation fee is separate from any money that might be collected from Team Parents for additional needs that the team might have during the season, including but not limited to: snacks, drinks, team dinners and banquet expenses.

Billing questions? Please contact the District Fee Specialist at LFHS West Campus, 300 S. Waukegan Rd.
Please refer to the Parent/Athletic Handbook for additional information.

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LFHS Pool Closings
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Concussion Forms & Facts

Visit this link for concussion information and forms including the most recent guidelines for Return-to-Learn and Return-to-Play (RTL/RTP).

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