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List of high schools in Illinois

This is a list of high schools in the U.S. state of Illinois.

Contents

  • Adams County 1
  • Alexander County 2
  • Bond County 3
  • Boone County 4
  • Brown County 5
  • Bureau County 6
  • Calhoun County 7
  • Carroll County 8
  • Cass County 9
  • Champaign County 10
  • Christian County 11
  • Clark County 12
  • Clay County 13
  • Clinton County 14
  • Coles County 15
  • Cook County 16
    • Defunct 16.1
  • Crawford County 17
  • Cumberland County 18
  • DeKalb County 19
  • DeWitt County 20
  • Douglas County 21
  • DuPage County 22
    • Defunct 22.1
  • Edgar County 23
  • Edwards County 24
  • Effingham County 25
  • Fayette County 26
  • Ford County 27
  • Franklin County 28
  • Fulton County 29
  • Gallatin County 30
  • Greene County 31
  • Grundy County 32
  • Hamilton County 33
  • Hancock County 34
  • Hardin County 35
  • Henderson County 36
  • Henry County 37
  • Iroquois County 38
  • Jackson County 39
  • Jasper County 40
  • Jefferson County 41
  • Jersey County 42
  • Jo Daviess County 43
  • Johnson County 44
  • Kane County 45
    • Defunct 45.1
  • Kankakee County 46
  • Kendall County 47
  • Knox County 48
  • LaSalle County 49
  • Lake County 50
    • Defunct 50.1
  • Lawrence County 51
  • Lee County 52
  • Livingston County 53
  • Logan County 54
  • Macon County 55
    • Defunct 55.1
  • Macoupin County 56
  • Madison County 57
    • Defunct 57.1
  • Marion County 58
  • Marshall County 59
  • Mason County 60
  • Massac County 61
  • McDonough County 62
  • McHenry County 63
  • McLean County 64
  • Menard County 65
  • Mercer County 66
  • Monroe County 67
  • Montgomery County 68
  • Morgan County 69
  • Ogle County 70
  • Peoria County 71
    • Defunct 71.1
  • Perry County 72
  • Piatt County 73
  • Pike County 74
  • Pope County 75
  • Pulaski County 76
  • Putnam County 77
  • Randolph County 78
  • Richland County 79
  • Rock Island County 80
  • St. Clair County 81
  • Saline County 82
  • Sangamon County 83
    • Defunct 83.1
  • Schuyler County 84
  • Scott County 85
  • Shelby County 86
  • Stark County 87
  • Stephenson County 88
  • Tazewell County 89
  • Union County 90
  • Vermilion County 91
    • Defunct 91.1
  • Wabash County 92
  • Warren County 93
  • Washington County 94
  • Wayne County 95
  • White County 96
  • Whiteside County 97
  • Will County 98
  • Williamson County 99
  • Winnebago County 100
    • Defunct 100.1
  • Woodford County 101
  • See also 102
  • References 103
  • External links 104

Adams County

Alexander County

Bond County

Boone County

Brown County

Bureau County

Calhoun County

Carroll County

Cass County

Champaign County

Christian County

Clark County

Clay County

Clinton County

Coles County

Cook County

Defunct

Crawford County

Cumberland County

DeKalb County

DeWitt County

Douglas County

DuPage County

Defunct

Edgar County

Edwards County

Effingham County

Fayette County

Ford County

Franklin County

Fulton County

Gallatin County

Greene County

Grundy County

Hamilton County

Hancock County

Hardin County

Henderson County

Henry County

Iroquois County

Jackson County

Jasper County

Jefferson County

Jersey County

Jo Daviess County

Johnson County

Kane County

Defunct

Kankakee County

Kendall County

Knox County

LaSalle County

Lake County

Defunct

Lawrence County

Lee County

Livingston County

Logan County

Macon County

Defunct

Macoupin County

Madison County

Defunct

Marion County

Marshall County

Mason County

Massac County

McDonough County

McHenry County

McLean County

Menard County

Mercer County

Monroe County

Montgomery County

Morgan County

Ogle County

Peoria County

Defunct

Perry County

Piatt County

Pike County

Pope County

Pulaski County

Putnam County

Randolph County

Richland County

Rock Island County

St. Clair County

Saline County

Sangamon County

Defunct

Schuyler County

Scott County

Shelby County

Stark County

Stephenson County

Tazewell County

Union County

Vermilion County

Defunct

Wabash County

Warren County

Washington County

Wayne County

White County

Whiteside County

Will County

Williamson County

Winnebago County

Defunct

Woodford County

See also

References

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  8. ^ "Mahomet-Seymour High School". Mahomet-Seymour CUSD#3. 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010. 
  9. ^ "Rantoul Township High School". Official website. 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010. 
  10. ^ "St. Joseph-Ogden High School". Official website. 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010. 
  11. ^ "Edinburg High School". Edinburg Community Unit School District 4. 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010. 
  12. ^ "Pana High School". Pana CUSD 8. Retrieved 14 October 2015. 
  13. ^ "South Fork Jr Sr High School". South Fork School District 14. Retrieved 14 October 2015. 
  14. ^ "About Us". Central Community High School. Retrieved 20 October 2015. 
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External links

  • List of high schools in Illinois from SchoolTree.org
  • List of schools in Illinois from Illinois State Board of Education
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