Report a Safety Concern or Incident

Announcement

The LFHS Confidential Reporting Tool is an internal reporting system used to inform school officials about threats to the safety and/or security of Lake Forest High School. Students can use the link above, or access the resource on their Chromebooks. Any of the following concerns can be reported:

  • School Violence/Threats
  • Weapons
  • Bullying/Harassment
  • Drug activity
  • Sexting
  • Other issues affecting LFHS students

When a report is received, a School Administrator will evaluate the concern and take action to address the issue. Students are not required to provide their names in order to make a report. Submissions are only monitored during normal school hours. In the event of an emergency after hours, or away from campus, students should call 911 immediately.

Students

News

Our Summer School program offers a variety of courses, including opportunities for enrichment to explore something new, bridge courses offering support in content areas, and two courses for credit. Courses begin on Wednesday, June 8, 2022.

There is still time to register! Registration will be closed, Friday, May 27th. Please click here for more information: LFHS Summer School 2022

If you have questions, please contact Elizabeth Del Fava, edelfava@lfschools.net, 847-582-7761, or Dr. Alan Wahlert, awahlert@lfschools.net, 847-582-7334 for assistance.

We look forward to spending our summer with you.

Survey results for both staff and families in District 65, 67, and 115 indicate a preference for moving Spring Break one week later next year. For those interested, a breakdown of responses for each District may be found here.

With this data in mind, and pending each Board’s approval, Spring Break 2023 will move from March 20-24 to March 27-31. We recognize that this change may not be ideal for some and want to let you know as quickly as possible for your planning purposes.

Have you heard about the summer ceramics program? It is a great opportunity to meet other students of all ages and make pottery without the pressure of grades. What would you make? It is an open studio, so you can decide what to create. You could make a full set of dishes, learn how to make large forms, or get a jump on your AP portfolio! Imagine the possibilities!

Art is a place where how old you are and your experience level don't matter because everybody fits!

See what all the excitement is about!

Here is a link to the Summer School Course Catalog