Lake Forest Country Day School

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Lake Forest Country Day School
Established 1888
Type Independent, Non-sectarian
Headmaster Bob Whelan
Students 436
Grades PS-8, plus a special 1st Step program for 2 year olds
Location Lake Forest, Illinois, USA
Mascot Panther
Yearbook On our way
Newspaper "The Some Times"
Website [1]

Lake Forest Country Day School (LFCDS), founded in 1888, is a coeducational, independent preK-8 school located on a 29-acre campus in Lake Forest, Illinois, USA, a suburb approximately 30 miles north of Chicago. The School serves families from more than 30 communities. The School is affiliated with the Country Day School movement and is a member of The National Association of Independent Schools, The Independent Schools Association of the Central States, The Lake Michigan Association of Independent Schools and The Secondary School Admission Testing Board.

The school has just recently added a new House System. It does not, however, have any disciplinary aims or purpose. the houses are named after the school's four most prominent founders. They are the Alcott House, whose house color is purple, the Bell House, whose color is yellow, the Farwell house, whose color is blue, and the Mason house, and its color being red. The system, says administration, is to bring a cross- grade feeling of unity throughout the school. The students all have buddies, all of which have a fairly wide age difference. The school plans to continue with this current system.

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