Mark your calendar!
When requesting college transcripts, ten school days are required. Please be aware of the following deadlines:
Colleges with a December 1st deadline must be requested by November 14th.
Colleges with a December 15th deadline must be requested by December 3rd.
Colleges with a January 1st and 15th deadline must be requested by 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 21st.
The Transcript Office will be closed for Winter Break after 3:30 on Friday, December 21st and will reopen when we return on Monday, January 7th.
Have a Happy Holiday Season and we look forward to seeing you in the New Year.
If you have any questions about sports team and individual pictures, please contact Visual Image Photography at email@example.com 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.
Want to have some fun with friends, win some great prizes (including Cub and Hawk tickets), and raise money for a great cause? Grab some friends and sign up for the 2nd annual LFHS Dance Marathon! Sign up by December 14th to receive an official Dance Marathon t-shirt and if you sign up this week you will get a BONUS t-shirt too!
LFHS DANCE MARATHON
Saturday January 12, 2019
10:30am - 2:30pm
LFHS West Campus Gyms
Benefiting Suicide Prevention for Children's Miracle Network/Lurie Children's Hospital
1. Use this link to register (registration is $28)
2. After registering you will receive an email to set up your personalized donor page!
Help us raise more money than we did last year and support this good cause!
We look forward to dancing and celebrating with you!
The LFHS Dance Marathon Committee:
Thomas Dixon, JD Collins, Danny Moorhead, Katherine Hodgdon, Brooke Stride, Francesca Pezza, Naomi Miles, Samantha Tomek, Nathan Schmitt, Mrs. Malec, and Mrs. Tomek
Congratulations to the following student athletes on the day of signing their letters of intent--November 14, 2018:
|Sarah Considine||Columbia University||Field Hockey|
|Daniel Fisher||Miami University||Boys Golf|
|Kevin Lamp||Stanford||Boys Volleyball|
|Margaret Mick||Villanova||Field Hockey|
|Allison Quackenbush||DePauw University||Field Hockey|
|Addie Sidles||Williams College||Field Hockey|
PSAT8 scores for 8th grade students (who were tested during the month of October at LFHS) will be sent to Lake Forest High School District 115 in early December and shared with families shortly thereafter.
Congratulations to junior Kendra Joachim and junior Julia Tanna, who are advancing to the Girls Swimming and Diving State Finals. Joachim qualified in the 200 freestyle (1:53.31) and 500 freestyle (5:08.90). Tanna qualified in four events for athletes with disabilities: 200 free, 50 free, 100 free and 100 breaststroke. Taylor Cekay is hoping for an at-large berth in diving (355.15). GO SCOUTS!
Congratulations to Lake Forest junior Nate Schmitt for finishing second in the AA Boys Cross Country state meet! His time of 14:47 is the best for a Scout since Mark Myers ran 14:44 in 2015. Scouts place 13th as a team!
Congratulations also go out to Ben Rosa, Kaleb Whiteside, Elijah Fietsam, Casey Hippel, Nick Tegel, and Ethan Lane--each one completed the race with personal best times. Great job Scouts!
Top Ten Results for AA Boys Cross Country State Meet:
Great Team Effort!
Congratulations to the Lake Forest Boys Cross Country team for taking fifth place at Sectionals to qualify for State! First time since 2008. Nate Schmitt placed second overall and Ben Rosa placed eighth; Kaleb Whiteside was seventeenth. Teams advancing to state from Woodstock Sectionals are:
State finals are on Saturday, November 3 at Detweiller Park, Peoria. GO SCOUTS!
Varsity Field Hockey Beat North Shore Country Day 2-0.
Sarah Considine scored in the first half with a perfectly placed stroke. During the second half, Maggi Mick passed to Kylie Perkins, who tipped the ball in. Logan Hanekamp, Gracie McGowan and Addie Sidles controlled the midfield, and Elsa Goldsberry had three saves.
They play New Trier for state title at 1:00pm Saturday, October 27 at Oak Park-River Forest HS. GO SCOUTS!!
Congratulations to the LFHS Boys Cross Country Team on their outstanding results at the Antioch Regional. Junior Nate Schmitt continued his streak by winning the individual championship in dominate fashion with a time of 15.47, and the team placed second as a result of a tie with Lakes High School with a score of 58. Grayslake North (82) came in third followed by Antioch (85), Vernon Hills (95), and Grayslake Central (137). All six teams advance to Sectionals at Woodstock North on October 27. Terrific job Scouts!
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Tennis team on their second-place finish at the 2A Girls Tennis State Tournament. A great team effort by everyone in a close contest. Hinsdale Central finished in first place with 23 points....just one point ahead of Lake Forest with 22 points. Stevenson came in third with 19 points.
Sectional Finals 10/19
Lake Forest 4 - Francis Parker 0
ASSISTS: Maggie Mick
SHUTOUT: Elsa Goldsberry and Heidi Richardson each played a half in the shutout
The Scouts will play Northshore Country Day in the State Semifinals at 6:00PM, Thursday, October 25 at Oak Park-River Forest High School. GO SCOUTS!
Congratulations to Kiley Rabjohns, who completed a fantastic run at the Girls Tennis State Meet and won the singles championship by defeating Maria Goheen from West Aurora 6-3, 6-3.
Today (Saturday) Kiley Rabjohns will play Maria Goheen in the singles title round of the Girls' Tennis State Tournament and Nika Belova & Olivia Wheldon will compete in the fourth consolation round in doubles for additional points. Competition starts at 10 AM. Currently, Lake Forest is in second place. Go Scouts!!
Congratulations to Junior Nate Schmitt, who captured the Boys Cross Country NSC Title in 15:20. Nate is the first Scout to capture the individual title since Billy Bund did it in 2012. Ben Rosa was 19th. Both Nate and Ben were all-conference. The varsity team took fifth place.
During this season, Nate has finished first in each of the 3-mile runs that he has competed in and fourth in the 5,000 meters race! Great job, Nate!
A solid performance by the Varsity Girls Tennis Team earned them a sectional title at Highland Park on Saturday. Sophomores Kiley Rabjohns and Cody Avis placed first and fourth respectively in singles and Junior Nika Belova and Sophomore Olivia Wheldon took second place in doubles. As a result, Lake Forest's 28 points landed them in first place. Final standings looked like this:
Congratulations on a job well done!
2017-18 High School Team Academic Award Winners
A total of 312 teams (107 boys, 205 girls) from throughout the United States have earned the United Soccer Coaches Team Academic Award for exemplary performance in the classroom as a team during the 2017-18 academic year. Among these programs are 29 schools receiving honors for both their boys and girls teams.
To qualify for the award, the team must have a minimum grade point average of 3.25 for the entire academic year. The team GPA is determined by adding every player's GPA, then dividing by the number of players. Congratulations to the LFHS Boys' and Girls' Soccer teams!