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."

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Community Blood Drive at FLHS on May 26th

FLHS Student Council is hosting a community blood drive on Tuesday, May 26th from 1-7 pm. If you are interested and want to schedule an appointment, or just learn more, follow this link.


The World’s Best Workforce (WBWF) bill was passed in 2013 to ensure every school district in the state is making strides to increase student performance. Each district must develop a plan that addresses five goals. For general information concerning WBWF go tohttp://goo.gl/ej4V5X. To view Forest Lake Area Schools’ WBWF plan, go tohttp://goo.gl/IvEVco.

Forest Lake Area Schools invites families, staff and community members to provide feedback to the district as part of the WBWF information gathering. This brief, 11 item survey will allow stakeholders to provide ratings on the overall quality of the school district and programs, as well as feedback on safety and welcoming environment. Results from this survey will be part of the annual WBWF report submitted to the Minnesota Department of Education each October.

The surveY will close on Tuesday, May 26. To access the survey, go to http://goo.gl/9Sfyhc. Contact Connie Ramberg (651-982-8104 or
cramberg@flaschools.org) or a building principal for a hard copy. Return any hard copies to the same individuals.

Click here to learn more.


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. 



Graduation will be happening on a Friday this year, just in case you weren't aware.  June 5th is our official graduation day and following immediately after is our Senior All Night Party.  The Senior All Night Party ends on Saturday, June 6th, at 5 AM.  All seniors that purchase a ticket will be expected to stay the duration.  For more information regarding what is happening before, during and after graduation, please see the Quick Link "Graduation Information" on this page.  If you are interested in ordering announements or a class ring, here is one option available to you.  


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 wschroeder@flaschools.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 kmccurdy@flaschools.org to receive paper copies of your students report cards.

College Planning

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.

Student Laptops in School

Find out more about our new initiative for students to have access to technology.

Career Pathways for FLHS Students