Illiana Christian High School is a co-educational, private, Christian high school located in Lansing, Illinois. (Plans are underway to move the school to a new campus in Dyer, Indiana, in 2018.) It is operated by an association of Reformed Christians (people who follow the biblical understandings of John Calvin) for the benefit of their children and the children of other Christian families. It was established in 1945 and continues to operate in accordance with its original mission. It is accredited by AdvancED, by Christian Schools International, and is recognized by the state of Illinois.
With 520 students, Illiana is able to offer a broad, comprehensive curriculum. There are 110 different course options including Advanced Placement classes in Calculus, Chemistry, English, German, Government and Spanish. Pupil/Professional ratio is 14/1. Average class size is 20. 95% of our graduates continue their education after high school.
The average ACT score for the year 2015 was 23.9 with about 95% of students taking the test. The average state score was 20.6.
Most of the faculty have a Master’s degree, and average 17 years of teaching experience.
Extra- and Co-curricular Activities
Musical opportunities include Jazz Band, Pep Band, Symphonic/Marching Band, Wind Ensemble, Musical, Chamber Singers, Acapella Choir, Concert Choir and Women’s Chorale. Athletic Opportunities for boys include baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, tennis, track, volleyball and wrestling. Athletic opportunities for girls include basketball, cheerleading, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, track, and volleyball.
Other activities include Bill of Rights convention, bowling, chapel, Echo, GO Club, Close-Up in the Capital, drama, fine arts, flag and rifle corp, intramurals, Landlopers, Math Team, Mock Trial, Scribes, Senior Service, Student Council, Tutor Club, and Yearbook.