Educating Without Boundaries...
Learning Without Limits
The Mission of Lake Forest School District 67 is to inspire and empower all students to maximize their growth as learners and develop a balanced sense of self, steadfast resiliency, and deep respect for others.
ABOUT OUR DISTRICT
The school district is recognized both state-wide and nationally for its innovative, instructional practices and solid educational programs.
The majority of our students score in the top stanines on standardized achievement tests and meet or exceed state standards on the Illinois Standards Achievement Test (ISAT).
The K-8 curriculum includes advanced programs, gifted classes, and special needs support services allowing for the development of the whole child. All educational programs are designed to continuously meet the changing needs of students in our dynamic world.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS
District 67 includes two kindergarten through 4th grade schools (Cherokee and Everett), one pre-k through 4th grade school (Sheridan), and one middle school for grades 5-8 (Deer Path). District 67 serves the residents of Lake Forest.
School-by-school enrollment figures are as follows:
- Cherokee Elementary School, 296 students
- Everett Elementary School, 279 students
- Sheridan Elementary School, 226 students
- Deer Path Middle School, 881 (total) students
East (Grades 5/6), 422 students
West (Grades 7/8), 459 students
About Our Community
To learn more about Lake Forest, please visit the Community page of our website.
The shared District Office is responsible for the operation and management of both District 115 and District 67.
Lake Forest High School
300 S. Waukegan Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Mr. Michael Simeck
Superintendent of Schools K-12