Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Marsha Revel has received the progress report from Lindsay Lohan's alcohol education program, and it is "very good," RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Lindsay's progress has ben the subject of much speculation, but a source close to the Mean Girls star tells RadarOnline.com exclusively that the actress is on track to finish her required number of classes by July, despite falling behind at times.
A hearing on Lindsay's progress is scheduled for Thursday, May 20 in Beverly Hills, CA.
RadarOnline.com has also exclusively learned that nothing in the report indicates any type of problem or issue with Lindsay's attitude.
The progress report will be a significant factor in what Judge Revel decides to do with Lindsay's case.
Lohan told reporters in Los Angeles over the weekend that she was in "compliance" with the program, and she had been making up classes, "I've just finished some more traffic school. I'm in compliance more now than ever," she said. Lindsay was referring to Judge Revel's order that she attend alcohol education classes once a week. As RadarOnline.com previously reported, when Lindsay has missed class she has made up for it by attending an extra class most times.
The source said she can easily finish the required number of courses on time.
Lindsay is currently in Cannes to promote her role as porn queen Linda Lovelace in an upcoming movie.
Lindsay isn't required to attend Thursday's hearing, unless Judge Revel orders her to appear.