Summer Academics


Registration

Online-only registration opens February 13, 2019; US History registration closes March 11, 2019; all other registration closes May 1, 2019. Enter your student’s Last Name and Student ID at the time of Online Registration (Student ID numbers can be found on your student's ID card). 2019-20 incoming Freshman student numbers are the same ID numbers used at Deer Path and Lake Bluff Middle Schools. All other feeder schools for incoming freshman class, please contact Cindy Rogna.

LFHS Summer School 2019

Payment & Refunds

Payment for all courses must be made in full at time of registration. Course fees vary and are listed within the specific course information. Discover, Visa, and MasterCard are accepted. There is a $50.00 nonrefundable cancellation fee for each course. The remainder of the paid tuition will be refunded to the original form of payment. Courses will only run with sufficient enrollment or a full refund will be issued to the original form of payment.


APT Student Grants Program

This program is in place to support students who wish to pursue Summer School credit or enrichment courses at LFHS. If your child is considering a course in our Summer School program, please encourage them to submit a grant application.

Additional consideration will be given to students where financial resources would otherwise limit a student's participation in the summer program. Students submitting applications through the grant program should not register through the LFHS Web Store. Please contact Cindy Rogna at [email protected] or 847-582-7317 to be placed on a class list while grant evaluation is in progress. Once tuition grants are approved, any remaining balances should be paid by check made out to Lake Forest High School.


Courses for Credit

US History and Driver's Education classes receive LFHS credit. Report cards are sent and grades are computed into student's GPA and posted to their transcript after the completion of the course. Student attendance is very important because these courses are highly condensed. 

US History Attendance: Attendance is expected! Maximum one (1) day absence policy per semester. Three (3) tardies equal one (1) absence. Late arrival is considered a tardy whether it occurs in the morning or upon return from lunch.

Driver's Education Attendance: Maximum absences are three (3) classroom sessions or one (1) BTW session. If excessively absent, student will be withdrawn as State of Illinois requirements will not be met.

Transportation: There is no bus service for Summer School.


For more information, please contact:

Cindy Rogna
[email protected]
847-582-7317
Jim Sullivan
[email protected]
847-582-7702