Buildings & Grounds

Lake Bluff Elementary School District 65 owns two buildings in Lake Bluff, Illinois.  The buildings are maintained by our talented team of professionals who ensure that the facilities are clean and safe.

Lake Bluff Elementary School was built in 2009 and is a LEED Certified Building housing students in grades Pre-K through 5.  The building has a gym, a library, classroom space, two playgrounds, and an indoor courtyard.

Lake Bluff Middle School was built in the late 1950's and has undergone significant renovations several times.  Most recently, the building was renovate in 2016 to include a new library media center, new science labs, a new lunchroom, new fine arts wing, and updated classrooms.  The building also houses the district administrative office in the lower level.

Facilities are available for use by members of the community.  Click the link on the left hand side of the page to learn more.

Lake Bluff Elementary School

Lake Bluff Elementary School was built in 2009.

Lake Bluff Middle School

Lake Bluff Middle School was renovated in 2016.

Facility Study

In 2018, the Board of Education partnered with Wight Architects to commission a study of the district's facilities.  The draft of the facility study is available by clicking here (.pdf link opens in a new window).