College & Career Counseling

Preparation for the college application process begins when our students enter as freshmen.

Our desire is that by the time our students head off to pursue their future, they are academically and socially prepared for the challenges that will come their way. This is a highly individualized process and counselors will work to make sure that students keep as many options as possible open until it comes time to narrow down to a smaller list of selected schools.

College and Career Resource Center

The College and Career Resource Center offers an extensive library that provides a wide variety of resource materials and reference books to assist with the college and career selection process. Jennifer Gleason is available from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday during the school year to assist students and parents and answer any questions and may also be reached by phone at 847-582-7342.


LIKE - a documentary about the impact of social media

Community Screening on November 14, 2019, 7:00-8:30pm in the Deer Path Middle School Auditorium (followed by discussion with expert panel) - The event is free of cost and open to the public.

The goal of the screening is to raise awareness about the impact social media has on our lives, as well as start a conversation about how to ensure our own, and our children's, healthy use of technology. Among the experts and special guests are:

  • Matt Dewar, Ed.D., Well-Being Coordinator, Lake Forest High School
  • Emilie Correa, Ed. D., Social Emotional Learning TLF, D67
  • John Maher, Assistant Director of Educational Services D115
  • Officer Ben Grum, School Resource Officer LFHS, Lake Forest Police Department

Parents, educators, and community members interested in attending are asked to please RSVP here!

This event is brought to you by the Social Emotional Learning Committee in District 67 and is free of charge. For questions about the screening, please contact Emilie Correa, Ed. D.,, (847) 295-5187.