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Illiana excels in academics, athletics, and fine arts and cares deeply about spiritual development.

Click here to learn more about our school, the admissions process or schedule a visit.

Why Christian Education?

  • The development of Christian virtues such as love, honesty, courtesy, obedience, respect, sincerity, and the discipline of body and mind in accordance with the Holy Scriptures.
  • The development of Christian citizenship and leadership in the school, in one’s chosen occupation, and in the community in accordance with the Bible.
  • The development of Christian scholarship according to God-given ability.

About Illiana Christian High School

The Illiana communities have been committed to the principle of Christian education for over 100 years. By 1911, Christian elementary schools were established in Highland, Lansing, Munster, South Holland and more recently, Crown Point.

Prior to 1945, few people went on to secondary education. Illiana’s founders were challenged by the idea of Christian secondary education and how to make it available for their


The basic requirement is that the families are Christians and are active in a Christian church. We also ask that the student is not on any academic or behavior discipline. Since our feeder schools use these same requirements, families from these schools are admitted automatically after completing an application. Those coming from other schools are asked to complete an application, submit previous grades, have their pastor submit a recommendation and participate in an interview.


Welcoming New Students

If you have any questions about our school or the admissions process or if you would like to schedule a visit, feel free to contact us here or call Marie Limback, our Illiana Christian High School Admissions Director.

Call 219-558-7066

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