Counties in Illinois

There are 102 counties in Illinois that contain high schools. Click on the county to view the high schools located there.

County Schools Students Free or Reduced Lunch Student to Teacher Ratio
Adams County 12 4,055 36% 14.8
Alexander County 3 322 95% 11.2
Bond County 2 646 37% 15.6
Boone County 6 3,576 50% 17.5
Brown County 1 188 30% 11.2
Bureau County 7 1,468 44% 12.2
Calhoun County 2 229 34% 10.1
Carroll County 3 769 37% 12.2
Cass County 3 1,150 67% 12.9
Champaign County 21 8,352 36% 26.6
Christian County 11 1,960 34% 13.2
Clark County 4 1,208 43% 13.9
Clay County 3 606 44% 13.3
Clinton County 5 1,835 18% 14.0
Coles County 7 2,544 44% 15.7
Cook County 370 302,658 57% 17.9
Crawford County 4 879 39% 13.7
Cumberland County 2 629 44% 14.0
De Witt County 3 875 40% 13.5
Dekalb County 12 5,592 31% 14.5
Douglas County 6 1,286 31% 13.5
Dupage County 50 54,597 23% 15.2
Edgar County 7 998 39% 12.3
Edwards County 1 282 29% 14.8
Effingham County 9 2,081 22% 13.7
Fayette County 9 1,142 50% 12.8
Ford County 2 775 30% 12.5
Franklin County 10 2,195 48% 14.4
Fulton County 11 1,668 43% 12.6
Gallatin County 1 188 57% 11.9
Greene County 4 738 40% 11.0
Grundy County 8 5,338 13% 19.1
Hamilton County 1 541 46% 18.5
Hancock County 6 1,030 40% 13.4
Hardin County 1 173 45% 17.0
Henderson County 1 270 57% 14.2
Henry County 11 3,160 35% 14.6
Iroquois County 9 1,548 42% 12.5
Jackson County 7 2,250 60% 12.8
Jasper County 4 694 35% 18.1
Jefferson County 8 1,671 42% 14.5
Jersey County 3 1,046 37% 19.0
Jo Daviess County 9 1,264 31% 11.3
Johnson County 2 559 43% 14.8
Kane County 45 36,720 36% 24.9
Kankakee County 16 7,522 43% 14.1
Kendall County 13 11,970 24% 18.4
Knox County 8 2,380 48% 14.9
Lake County 40 48,563 23% 14.9
Lasalle County 15 6,373 36% 14.4
Lawrence County 2 766 49% 13.0
Lee County 5 1,366 38% 14.3
Livingston County 8 2,302 37% 12.2
Logan County 4 1,208 39% 12.8
Macon County 18 6,249 46% 18.4
Macoupin County 12 2,826 40% 14.4
Madison County 25 13,443 37% 16.5
Marion County 9 2,077 57% 13.8
Marshall County 2 360 38% 10.2
Mason County 3 867 46% 12.1
Massac County 4 1,047 56% 14.7
Mcdonough County 7 1,344 38% 15.0
Mchenry County 21 19,692 21% 16.3
Mclean County 19 8,908 25% 14.8
Menard County 5 1,079 29% 14.1
Mercer County 2 591 44% 13.9
Monroe County 5 2,020 15% 35.4
Montgomery County 5 1,369 44% 22.2
Morgan County 10 2,213 41% 12.7
Moultrie County 2 492 29% 13.1
Ogle County 9 3,352 30% 22.6
Peoria County 27 10,280 38% 14.9
Perry County 4 991 40% 14.5
Piatt County 5 979 27% 12.8
Pike County 5 676 47% 13.0
Pope County 1 155 50% 11.8
Pulaski County 4 355 66% 11.7
Putnam County 1 287 36% 11.2
Randolph County 7 1,277 43% 12.0
Richland County 1 728 42% 16.6
Rock Island County 16 10,831 37% 18.6
Saline County 8 1,328 56% 12.0
Sangamon County 25 11,410 29% 15.2
Schuyler County 1 356 46% 14.7
Scott County 3 295 37% 9.7
Shelby County 7 1,164 39% 12.4
St. Clair County 33 16,763 46% 16.4
Stark County 1 271 30% 12.5
Stephenson County 9 2,434 40% 13.2
Tazewell County 17 7,312 33% 14.7
Union County 5 902 60% 13.6
Vermilion County 16 4,579 55% 15.3
Wabash County 1 498 36% 15.3
Warren County 5 1,098 55% 12.5
Washington County 2 616 28% 13.2
Wayne County 4 786 41% 13.6
White County 7 969 49% 13.6
Whiteside County 10 3,095 38% 15.3
Will County 45 43,882 29% 16.7
Williamson County 7 3,316 46% 16.0
Winnebago County 32 17,612 40% 15.7
Woodford County 8 2,654 23% 13.7
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