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When was Lake Forest School built in Wilmington?

Cammie Bellamy
StarNews

Two facilities in the New Hanover County Schools system have been called “Lake Forest.”

One is Lake Forest Academy, an alternative day-treatment school at 1806 S. 15th St. That building was constructed in 1975 as an annex to the district’s Spencer Complex. The building received a major addition and was completely renovated in 2007, according to assistant superintendent Bill Hance.

The other “Lake Forest” school is a permanently closed school also referred to as “Lakeside” at 1805 S. 13th St. It was built in 1942 and is being demolished.

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