Driven Fitness 24752 Toledo Way, Lake Forest, CA92630 Driven Fitness offers fitness and personal training—and women's wellness retreats—in a fun and interactive…More atmosphere. It offers small-group and private instruction in boot camp, body conditioning, kettleball cardio and stretchology.
Sun & Sail Club 24752 Toledo Way, Lake Forest, CA92630 Sun & Sail Club is a private club for members of the Lake Forest II Homeowners Association. It features a…More variety of indoor and outdoor recreation and fitness facilities. Select spaces are available for event rental. Its amphitheater hosts the annual Festival Singers of Orange County.
Serrano Creek Park 25101 Serrano Rd, Lake Forest, CA92630 Serrano Creek Park stretches from Toledo to Winding Way near Lake Forest Drive. It features a giant playground complex,…More with slides, jungle-gym equipment, picnic tables and swings. A long trail runs through the park, surrounded by tall trees that provide a blanket of shade for walkers or horseback riders.
The Connection Church 25255 Toledo Way, Lake Forest, CA92630 The Connection Church holds regular services every Sunday at 10am. The church's pastor is Dr. Clayton D. Robinson. Study…More programs are also offered for women, men, kids and teens.
The only high school in the city of Lake Forest, El Toro High School boasts a wide range of offerings for students,…More from strong academics including Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs as well extracurricular activities like its award-winning drama department, show choirs, newspaper, yearbook and instrumental music program. The "Home of the Chargers" is also host to strong athletic programs which has won multiple CIF championships, including boys' water polo and soccer in 2009.</p>
<p>In 2010, 704 seniors graduated and many landed at prestigious universities such as Stanford, UC Berkeley, USC, UCLA, Duke, Georgetown and West Point. Those seniors amassed $4.6 million in scholarships.</p>
<p>El Toro earned an Academic Performance Index (API) score of 830 in 2010. Eight percent of its students are classified as "English Learners" and 14% receive free or reduced-price lunches.</p>