Currently Enrolled Students

Lake Forest High School District 115 uses an online registration system (InfoSnap). Parents will receive a Snap Code email for each District 115 student. Your SnapCode email contains a personalized link to complete online registration and fee payment.

All families will be emailed a SnapCode email with information on how to complete the registration process and pay school fees in July.

To attend Book Pick-Up, participate in Fall athletics, and start school in August, the online registration and fee payment process must be completed by Wednesday, August 8, 2018.

If you did not receive your SnapCode email, please contact Tiffany Smith at or Natalia Martinez at or 847-235-9657.

We encourage families to complete the online registration upon receipt of the SnapCode email. Your student's registration will not be completed until you have submitted the online registration and fee payment. You will receive a confirmation email after submission.

If you have completed your registration/fee payment and would like a copy of your invoice, please click HERE to log into your InfoSnap account using the “Continue Your Work” link on the right side of the page.

New Students to District 115

Welcome to Lake Forest High School!

Any parents/guardians who wish to enroll their student(s) in Lake Forest High School District 115 must complete the pre-registration process for each student. To review proof of residency requirements, please CLICK HERE.

2018-2019 School Year Only:
Use this link to begin the pre-registration process for the 2018-2019 school year

Once the Registrar receives this information, you will set up an appointment for you and your student to meet with their assigned counselor to schedule classes. Please contact Tiffany Smith, Registrar at or (847) 582-7313 if you have any questions.


Social Media

D115 Best Practices & Guidelines for Facebook and Twitter Use

These are the the official Facebook and Twitter pages of Lake Forest High School District 115, Lake Forest, IL managed by the Communications Department. Their use is intended to provide information for students, teachers, staff, parents, community members and other stakeholders.

Lake Forest High School welcomes a healthy two-way dialogue with the District 115 community. However, personal attacks or derogatory comments against any individual ­– whether the individual is an employee, student, parent, Board member, or other person – are strictly prohibited. We strongly encourage all comments to be phrased respectfully, factually and constructively.

School-sponsored groups or District affiliates wishing to promote their organization or event must be approved by the Communications Department of District 115 in order to do so.

If you have a question for a specific employee, please contact them directly via their email, phone or written correspondence.

Should you require a response from the School District or wish to request services you must call 847-235-9657.

Comments Guidelines

1. Be respectful. Personal attacks or derogatory comments aimed at specific individuals, employees or students are not permitted.

2. Be polite. Avoid language that is abusive or inappropriate, including remarks that are racist, sexist, sexually explicit or obscene. (Offensive, hateful, graphic, explicit or racial comments or comments that defame anyone or any organization; abusive, obscene or contain profanity; in violation of any laws or regulations; fraudulent or misleading.)

3. Be relevant. The District 115 Facebook page is for sharing news and information regarding district and school activities, events, and information. Do not post comments that advertise or promote a product or service. Spam and commercial advertisements will be deleted.

4. Stay on topic. This is a page dedicated to the education of students of Lake Forest High School District 115. Let’s keep the conversation related to our postings regarding district and school activities, events and information. Comments are welcome so long as they directly relate to our postings regarding district and school activities, events and information.

5. Be factual. Blatantly inaccurate, libelous or false information will be removed.


Please note that all comment postings are at the discretion of the page administrator. District 115 reserves the right to remove any fan that posts material that falls into any of the above categories and they will not be allowed to participate.

Any communication sent or received by District 67 and/or District 115 is a public record and may be subject to inspection or copying under the Illinois Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

LFHS E-Newsletter

LFHS Parent/Community E-Newsletter

The Lake Forest High School E-newsletter “HIGHLIGHTS” provides LFHS families and community with monthly information that is timely and informative about LFHS regarding

Board of Education, Class News, Department News (Athletics/Academics/Community Education/Student Services (Academic Advising, Testing, College Recourses, Student Clubs, Service-Volunteer opportunities)/Parent Opportunities/Performances.

An E-Highlights email is sent to subscribers at the beginning of each month (subscribe to E-News here!)

Weekly E-News updates are also sent. Information found in the newsletter will also be posted on this website and when appropriate, will be included in press releases. Postings to reflect the same news that is acceptable for the HIGHLIGHTS newsletter.


The BrightArrow Notification System

District 115 uses The BrightArrow notification system to inform parents/guardians of an emergency or a school closing. Register now!



PowerSchool is a web-based program that allows students and parents the ability to check grades and attendance for their classes. Staff updates grades in PowerSchool on a regular basis. If you are having technical issues with PowerSchool, or need login information, please call the technology helpdesk at 847-582-7370 and they can assist you.

Students and parents have separate Powerschool accounts. New students are given their account information as part of the registration process during the summer or at school. Parents of new students are mailed a printed copy of their parent account information after the school year begins.

Parent accounts are not the same as student accounts. The PowerSchool parent account allows parents to sign up to receive emails for grades and attendance so they do not have to log in as often to view this information. Email notification can be sent daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or by request.

If you do not see the email notification icon when you log in this probably means you are signing in as your student with their account information.



Naviance is a web-based application that allows students to view registration information and to help with the college search process. There is a college visit schedule to see which colleges will be coming to LFHS. You can also use it to find quick information on a college or to generate a list of schools that matches your interests. Don’t miss out on all this program has to offer. If you are having difficulties logging on to Naviance please call Tiffany Smith at 847-582-7313 to reset passwords.



Lake Forest High School is pleased to provide our families with a convenient, easy and secure online prepayment service to deposit money into your student’s school meal account. This service also provides parents the ability to view your student’s account balance through the By having money in each student’s account prior to entering the school cafeteria, the lunch lines will move along more quickly allowing your student more time to relax, eat and be with friends. Students will swipe their ID at the lunch line, the cashier will verify the student’s identity and the account will be debited. Register now!


If you have completed your registration/fee payment and would like a copy of your invoice, please click HERE to log into your InfoSnap account using the “Continue Your Work” link on the right side of the page.


All students are required to register for a minimum of 5 credits plus Wellness each semester. The composition of the five classes is to be tailored, with the help of the counselor, to the specific needs of the individual student. A full description of all course offerings is given in the Student Guide to Courses prepared by the Student Services Department.


How does the district handle educating McKinny Vento children?
Board policy governs the enrollment of homeless children. Any homeless child is immediately admitted to school after the completion of required paperwork in the district office. Homeless children are admitted even if the child or child’s parent / guardian is unable to produce records normally required to establish residency. Please contact Homeless Coordinator, Jennifer Hermes: