Lake Bluff Elementary School opened in late September 2009 after a referendum passage in 2007 that provided the funds…More for the $20 million, 82,000-square-foot school. As a result, East School and West School were closed.
Lake Bluff Elementary is part of School District 65. It hosts kindergarten through 5th-grade students and offers advanced placement classes. Students continue on to Lake Bluff Middle School and then to Lake Forest High School.
Lake Bluff District 65 includes Lake Bluff Elementary School and Lake Bluff Middle School. The district is more than…More a century old, covers 5.6 square miles and has a combined enrollment of more than 900 students in grades kindergarten through 8. District 65 students attend Lake Forest High School.
The district has moved its location from the old East School to a business corridor on the west side of Lake Bluff.
Lake Bluff History Museum 127 E Scranton Ave, Lake Bluff, IL60044 Elmer Vliet, a longtime Lake Bluff resident and village historian, donated his collection of photographs and artifacts…More when the Vliet Museum was founded in 1982. The museum was originally housed part of the Lake Bluff Elementary School District building but in 1995 relocated to its present location. The Vliet Center expanded in 1998 as part of a private/public partnership with the Lake Bluff Library and the Village of Lake Bluff. Additional storage, display and work space came from funds raised for an addition.
Forest Bluff School is a non-profit, independent Montessori school that serves students between the ages of 18 months…More to 14 years old. The school was founded by Paula Polk Lillard, Lynn Jessen and Jane Linari.
Students are placed in one of four groups: young children (18 months to 3 years old); children's house (3 to 6 years old); elementary level (6 to 12 years old); and secondary level (12 to 14 years old).