On March 13, 2019, Lake Forest High School will host its fifth annual TEDxLFHS Youth Event. The event takes place at the David Miller Theater from 10:25 AM - 1:50 PM, and seats will be prioritized for students and parents of speakers. Interested LFHS students and community members should visit tedxlfhs.com/attend for ticket information. The event will also be live-streamed on tedxlfhs.com.
Please use this login information to register for your conference at: https://www.ptconferencemaker.com/deerpath/
Parents will have access to register online for conferences beginning at 8:00 PM on Tuesday, February 19 and ending at 11:55pm on Sunday, February 24. If you are experiencing problems during the registration process, please call the DPM Office at (847) 615-7400.
To the Class of 2019-
The Distinguished Educator award is a long lasting tradition at Lake Forest High School that helps to celebrate, appreciate and acknowledge the wonderful relationships our students and faculty create year after year.
You, as a member of the senior class, are given the opportunity to nominate a teacher, counselor, dean, or administrator who has made a lasting impact on your time at LFHS.
The Annual 4th Grade District Art Show is now open at Gallery 300, located at LFHS West Campus (300 S. Waukegan Rd.). The exhibit will run through April 1st.
Friday, March 15, 2019, 8:00am - 12:00pm
To Schedule an Appointment: Please contact Sheridan School, 847-234-6294
Lake Forest School District 67 provides free early intervention screenings to children residing in Lake Forest. Children ages 3-5 who have not entered kindergarten are eligible. The purpose of an early intervention screening is to identify development delays in young children ages 3-5 In order to participate, a child must be registered in advance.