District Boundaries

Depending on where you live in our community, this will determine the high school your student will attend. Click the link below to explore our interactive Google boundary map. Key in your address, or the address of a home you are looking at renting/purchasing, and you will see which high school you will attend. It is that easy!

We look forward to igniting passion and discovery in your student!

Click here to explore our interactive Boundary Map

Our Communities

District 117 serves four Lake County communities: Antioch, Lake Villa, Lindenhurst & Old Mill Creek. These communities have rich histories in Lake County and are located nearly halfway between Chicago and Milwaukee, making it a great place to enjoy the quiet country life over the hustle and bustle of both major cities, and still be close enough to visit or work in either major city.

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Our Identity

Our District identity engages the interconnectivity of the four Lake County communities: Antioch, Lake Villa, Lindenhurst & Old Mill Creek with imagery of the abundant and naturally occurring lakes and rivers that can be found throughout the landscape. Each community is represented through a single wave symbol, each community has its own color to honor its respective uniqueness. Each of the four wave icons also displays a one of Antioch and Lakes High School’s pride colors. When brought together and overlapped, the four communities form one solid unit which has over-tones of a rope, bound together, making each community stronger through unity. The forward-moving, over-lapping waves also represent the Community High School District 117’s mission by expressing progressive movement or to “Ignite passion and discovery in every student.”

CHSD 117 By the Numbers


ISBE Summative Rating


Graduation Rate


District Cum Laude Distinction


Freshmen On Track


Student Enrollment


Student/Teacher Ratio


AP Courses Offered


Students Attending College or Advancing to the Military