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Our mission at Forest Lake High School:
Forest Lake High School has a team of Deans assigned specifically to your student for their High School career. Students should make an appointment with Debbie or Vicky in Student Services for any conversations needed with their Dean. Please follow the link below for contact information:
2014 Facilities Bond Information
On May 20, 2014, area residents will have the opportunity to vote on a facilities bond that, if approved by voters, would make upgrades and improvements to all district schools, including Forest Lake Area High School.
Click the following links for more information:
In an effort to reduce mailing costs Forest Lake Area High School will be transitioning to a paperless system. This means that report cards, newsletters and other mailings will be viewable via E-Mail or on and/or sent home through the email school announcement system.
Two things must occur for you to access electronic information if you do not already receive it.
1) Sign up to receive the Daily Announcements in the email box below listed as . More than one email can be entered.
2) Sign up For SchoolView. The advantages to signing up is not just report cards, but signing your child up for an activity and/or sport. If you do not have SchoolView then please contact Wendy Schroeder at email@example.com for an access code.
Report cards are posted at the end of each quarter on our SchoolView program. If you do not have internet access, please contact Karen McCurdy @ 982-8406 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive paper copies of your students report cards.
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What's Happening at the High School
Yearbook Order Form
FLAPF is the Forest Lake Area Partnership for Families, Inc. and works to promote health and well-being for youth and families within the Forest Lake Area School District. FLAPF works together at the Forest Lake Senior High School with MOST, a group of students that help to reinforce good choices amongst peers. Please follow the link below to see how you can help.
Stop the Stigma
Kevin Breel, a Stand-up Comic and Mental Health Activist, will be at the Forest Lake High School Auditorium on Friday, March 21st (rescheduled from Feb. 17th). Kevin will share stories and combine comedy about issues that affect many but yet talked about by few. The Resource Fair (& free pizza while it lasts) starts at 5:30 PM and Kevin will take the stage at 7 PM. This is a free community event. Join us to raise awareness about mental health, depression and suicide prevention.
Stop the Stigma Poster
The Festival of Cultures is a free, family-friendly, fun and educational community event for participants of all ages. Tables/booths representing a wide variety of countries and cultures are developed by long-time residents of the area, new arrivals to our community, student clubs, exchange students, civic organizations and many others - with a common goal of offering engaging activities to educate participants about their country/culture. The Festival also includes music and dance performances and food samples from around the world.
Festival of Nations Poster
Use the Teacher Webpages link above to find course information, assignment schedules, and more.
Naviance is a great place to plan for your future. Using Naviance, students can take surveys to help narrow their career focus, find schools that meet their needs, and make sure they are on track for their plans after high school. Students need to register to use Naviance with a one time code. Codes can be obtained from Ms Vasil in the student services office, or you can email her for a code at:
To access naviance, go to: http://connection.naviance.com/forestlake