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Kiwanis of Lake Bluff & Lake Forest logo

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 for all students in the morning
6:45AM - 7:30AM


Athletic Alerts

Sophomore game at 5:00 pm; Varsity game at 7:30 pm

A few reminders for all Scout fans:
HAVE YOUR STUDENT I.D. you will pay $2.00 (if you do not have an activity emblem on your I.D.) WITHOUT I.D. you will pay $5.00 gate fee.

If you are on a Booster Club pass list, have an I.D. so we can verify your family membership

NO BACKPACKS or large purses

Participate in the pre-game festivities and BBQ before the varsity game at west campus, sponsored by your student council

BUT REMEMBER - NO drinks or food allowed from outside -- SUPPORT YOUR BOOSTER CONCESSIONS once inside the gate.

There is NO RE-ENTRY -- once you leave you are not allowed to return

We want everyone to enjoy and have a safe evening and hope to see lots of BLUE AND GOLD at the game.


NFHS Network will be live streaming the game here.

Below is a link to the Multiple Activities for Lake Forest (H.S.).

When visiting the link below, you can always view the latest version of this information and can also use the buttons in the upper right of this report to print, email, or download the information into many different file formats for use in other programs.

Here is the latest schedule on rSchoolToday.

Athletics News

Unveiling of the 2018 Images of Excellence

On the first home football game of the 2018 season, this year's edition of the Images of Excellence was unveiled.

The Lake Forest High School Boosters first unveiled the Images of Excellence mural in 2011 as a celebration of excellence at LFHS. The new mural features members of the Class of 2018, whose academic and athletic achievements at LFHS earned them recognition as finalists and recipients of significant Honors Night awards last spring.

This year's honorees--reading from left to right--are:
Will Steck, Brett Chody, John Deering, Drew Arnson, Olivia Douglass, Quinn Dailey, Catherine Nicholson, Landon Edwards, Jessia Pasquesi, Emma Milburn, Jack Mislinski, Audrey Kaus, Caleb Durbin, Trisha Bhagat, and Amelia Field.

Congratulations to these members of the Class of 2018 on their many accomplishments. Best wishes to the entire Class as they continue to pursue excellence as alumni of Lake Forest High School.

Read more about 2018 Images of Excellence Unveiled

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 23, 2018) – USA Volleyball has announced the 12 players selected for the U.S. Men's Junior National Team that will compete Aug. 27-Sept. 2 at the NORCECA Men's U21 Continental Championship in Havana, Cuba. Congratulations go out to LFHS Senior Kevin Lamp, who will be an outside hitter for the team.

The winner of the Continental Championship will qualify for the 2019 FIVB U21 World Championship. The site and dates for that competition have not been announced.

Read more about Kevin Lamp selected for the U.S. Men's Junior National Volleyball Team

Net Gain 2017 was Lake Forest's response to Rick Telander's five-part profile on the Orr Academy High School basketball team. A fundraiser was created to support the Orr basketball program and to create a cultural exchange to positively impact young men from both Orr Academy High School and Lake Forest High Schools. That initial fundraiser raised over $33,000.

As a result of the success of Net Gain 2017, Joe Dondanville, who produced the outstanding documentary Gamechangers, which tells the extraordinary story of the New Trier High School/Marshall Metropolitan High School basketball games in 1965 and 1966, contacted Lake Forest High School about developing a partnership to create a follow-up event.

As a result of this partnership, Net Gain 2018 featured four high school basketball teams in two games:

1. Orr Academy High School (CPS) vs. Lake Forest High School
2. Marshall Metropolitan High School (CPS) vs. New Trier High School

The fundraiser concluded with an after-game barbecue with teams, coaches, sponsors and volunteers.

Much more information about this fundraising project and WGN-TV's coverage of it (under "gallery" tab) can be found here.

Read more about Second Annual Net Gain Basketball Games Held on July 2


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Quick Links

Sports Participation Fee -

There is a sports participation fee of $225 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.

LFHS Team Schedules on rSchoolToday All of today's events and all schedule changes can be viewed here. Sign up for "Notify Me" here.

LFHS Pool Closings

All pool closings for the community swim program are listed here.

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).

Athletic Offices

School Year Hours:

Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm at East Campus

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Summer Hours:

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 3:00 pm at East Campus


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