Lake Forest High School Theatre is pleased to present the 60’s Musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”. Performances are this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm in the RMA. Tickets are $15/adults and $10/students & seniors.
On Thursday, May 3 at 7 p.m., Woodlands Academy and CROYA are sponsoring the second annual Off To College Panel for Parents.
CROYA, LEAD and several Lake Forest and Lake Bluff churches are organizing presentations for students and parents to provide support and tools to cope with the recent suicides of Lake Forest High School students.
Lake Forest and Lake Bluff teenagers are engaging in a frank discussion about suicide on a new Facebook â€œmemeâ€ about the suicides of Lake Forest High School students
Lake Forest High School Principal Jay Hoffman informed parents of the death of another LFHS student–the third in 2012 to die after being hit by a train.
The body of an 18-year-old Lake Forest male was found on the Union Pacific railroard tracks in the 700 block of S. Sheridan Road on Sunday morning, March 25.
As news of the death of another classmate traveled through the Lake Forest High School community, students found themselves struggling with lifeâ€™s big questions: Why? How? What next?
Lake Forest resident Michael Beacham writes: As if the handling of the John Steinert Matter in 2009 wasnâ€™t bad enough, it now appears that in November of 2011, when Steinertâ€™s actions became known to the public, that Superintendent Harry Griffith lied to the public to cover up his and the boardâ€™s ineptitude back in 2009.
The deadline for affordable housing applications is in three weeks. Community Partners for Affordable Housing is taking applications for 1030 Estes, a three bedroom, one bath affordable home, with eat in kitchen and a large yard on a beautiful street.
Lake Forest School District 67 posted the investigation report on it’s website. Here’s the link