LEAP Perfect Score Club
This year we had fifteen students who were inducted into the 2017 – 2018 LEAP Perfect Score for (6) ELA, (2) Math, and (7) Science!
At Lake Forest Charter, we are committed to high-level learning, perseverance, and hard work. We place the utmost value on top quality instruction every day using research-based strategies, individualized instruction, and varied learning styles. We work with each teacher to develop an effective targeted instructional delivery technique that maximizes student achievement. Equally important, we value creative arts enrichment, health & wellness, community service, and unwavering parental involvement.
The Lake Forest Charter academic vision is that all Eagles attend a four-year university and at least 85% gain advanced degrees. LFC Eagle Leaders work to
Lake Forest Charter believes balanced learning requires nurturing of the mind, body, and spirit. Our model is a holistic approach that considers the whole child. In addition to a rigorous curriculum, LFC students enjoy a wide range of enrichment classes and extracurricular activities that encourage exploration of budding interests and talents. Social and emotional development is also a focus of many of our programs and as a FIT NOLA Platinum school, our Eagles participate in health and wellness initiatives.
Lake Forest Charter, affectionately known as the “Eagles’ Nest,” is where administrators, teachers, and parents interact as a family of stakeholders in our children’s education. Through this collaborative effort, both teachers and parents are equal partners in ensuring that our children have a strong academic foundation, value system, and sense of community.
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LFC congratulates our talented LFC String Ensemble students! On February 16, 2019, Amiri Hardy, Chloe Harris, and Jahzara Mason participated in the Solo and Small Ensemble Festival at De La Salle High School. Each played a solo piece received the highest rating of...
It is essential to distinguish between rude, mean, and bullying so that teachers, school staff, parents, and students all know what to pay attention to and when to intervene. Is also important to establish that bullying is a serious issue that must be addressed, but...
First Lieutenant Eddie Dollis surprises children: 7th grader Eddie, Jr. and 4th grader Endya at school after being deployed in the Middle East with the Air Force. We want to say Welcome Home Lt. Dollis and Thank You for your service!