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Lake Forest High School Foundation Spring Luncheon
The Lake Forest High School Foundation will host our third annual spring luncheon, “Planting a Foundation for Education”, to benefit the students at Lake Forest High School. This event, which also includes a silent auction, will be held at a private country club in Lake Forest on Wednesday, April 17, 2013.
The day will begin with a choice of complimentary beverage and an outstanding silent auction, including unique items from our community and a selection of special offerings provided by Lake Forest High School. Beautiful theme-oriented centerpieces will be available for sale and a raffle for an Apple iPad Mini will be held.
Invitations will be mailed in early March. Tickets are available at $85 per person and seating will be very limited. Reservations can also be made online beginning March 8th at www.lfhsfoundation.org. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.
The event is open to all members of the Lake Forest High School community - parents, alumni, parents of alumni and community members.
For more information, please visit our website at www.lfhsfoundation.org or contact Event Co-Chair, Darcy Traynor, at (847) 235-2826.
The mission of the Lake Forest High School Foundation is to provide funding for resources necessary to support and enrich the educational experience of the students, faculty and staff of Lake Forest High School. To learn more about the Foundation, please visit our website at www.lfhsfoundation.org
|Where||Lake Forest High School 1285 N McKinley Rd, Lake Forest, IL 60045|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||11:00 am–2:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
|Price||$85.00 per person|
More About Lake Forest High School
Originally built in 1935, with a campus on the east side of Lake Forest, the high school expanded to a second campus on the west side of town within the last three years. The east campus continues to act as the academic center, while the west campus is home to district offices and athletic facilities, including a football stadium, baseball and softball fields, soccer fields and tennis courts.
The Class of 2009 matched the previous all-time high composite for the ACT test with a mean score of 25.6, ranking the high school fifth statewide compared to other open enrollment public high schools. Ninety-one percent of the Class of 2009-10 enrolled in a four-year college.