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Our mission at Forest Lake High School:"To ensure that all students graduate with the skills necessary to attend a college, university, technical college or training program - and succeed."
2015 Facilities Bond Information
On Nov. 3, 2015, the voters of Forest Lake Area Schools will once again have a chance to vote on a bond referendum that would make repairs and upgrades to all of the district's buildings. On the ballot, the referendum will be divided into two questions.
Passage of Question #1 will mean that the district will receive upgrades in the areas of safety and security, energy efficiency, and the repairs or replacement of many items that have come into disrepair. These include: roofs; boilers; heating, ventillation and air condictioning (HVAC) systems
Passage of Question #2 will mean the high school will have a varsity track, after nearly 15 without a home track. The high school's performing arts center will receive upgrades, and other arts and athletics facilities around the district will receive upgrades, repairs and improvements.
Question #1 must pass in order for Question #2 to pass.
Click here for more information on the 2015 Facilities Bond. Click here for more information about how passage of the bond would directly affect the students and staff of Forest Lake Area High School.
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MNDOT CONSTRUCTION ON HWY. 61
The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has begun construction of a roundabout at the intersection of U.S. Highway 61 and Minnesota Highway 97, near our high school, Century Junior High and the Forest Lake Area School District Office. Information about this construction is available on a video produced by MnDOT. Click here to see this video.
POINT OF IMPACT
Point of Impact Parents make the biggest difference in reducing crashes involving their teens. This class for parents of soon-to-be or new teen drivers will discuss the real risks, current laws and important resources to promote safe teen driving. Certificates will be given upon completion of this course. This class meets the requirements of the Graduated Driver License Law.
Forest Lake City Center is located at 1408 S Lake Street, Forest Lake
Officer Glader & Detective LaValle 5032-SP15 will hold class on Aug 12 Wed 6:30-8pm
Admission is Free
Located at the FL City Center Community Rm.
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 Peggy Peterson or Vicky Monzel in Student Services for any conversations needed with their Dean.
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 at the top of this page . 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com to receive paper copies of your students report cards.
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 use their school email account name and password to log in to Naviance. Any questions on navigating Naviance, please see Heather Karstens in the College & Career Center or Dan Miller in the Student Services office.
To access naviance, go to: http://connection.naviance.com/forestlake
Paying for College
Here are some guidelines on how to help pay for college by the Minnesota Office of Higher Education.