2019 LFCDS Independent Boarding School Fair

     At LFCDS, our program for secondary-school placement focuses on each student's
individual needs—both academic and social-emotional. Our goal is to find the best fit for
each student to ensure he or she will thrive in high school, college, and beyond.
-- Ted Stewart, Director of Secondary School Placement

Please Join Us!
Students and families considering boarding school life are invited to Lake Forest Country Day School on Wednesday, October 2, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to spend an evening with us at our Independent Boarding School Fair.

The LFCDS  Fall Independent Boarding School Fair draws diverse boarding schools from across the country, each with a distinctive educational approach. LFCDS has hosted boarding school fairs for the past fifteen years as a service to families from the North Shore and surrounding communities. This event is free and open to all middle-school students and their families.
 
For more information regarding the LFCDS Independent Boarding School Fair, please contact Susan Murphy at (847) 615-6114 or susan.murphy@lfcds.org.
The Benefits of an Independent Boarding School

In addition to providing an excellent education and preparation for college, a boarding school can also offer:
 
  • Challenging academic curricula, including Honors and Advanced Placement classes
  • Small class sizes, low student-teacher ratio, and individualized attention
  • Broad and diverse offerings in the arts, athletics, and community service
  • Cultural exchange programs, advanced technology, and outdoor and experiential education
  • Need-based financial aid programs
Schools Attending the 2019 LFCDS Fall Independent Boarding School Fair
A co-educational independent school for students age 2 through Grade 8.
Graduating students of strong character with a passion for learning since 1888.

Lake Forest Country Day School