• Vita Plena, the quest for the fulfilling life

    Excellence, Innovation, Empowerment


  • All students graduate prepared for life, career, and college success.

Mission Statement

  • Honor our tradition of excellence, foster innovation, and empower all students in their quest for a fulfilling life. 

Equity Statement

  • Lyons Township High School remains committed to building a community based on a foundation of equity and inclusion where all students are treated with respect and dignity and know they belong. As an institution that fosters the physical, social, and emotional well-being of its students, we pledge to continue to promote practices, systems, and processes that advance equity, access, and inclusivity.

    We understand the impact all of our decisions have on our students, their families, and our community. Decisions will be made to advance success, promote growth, and support social emotional health of all LT students.

    Improving academic achievement and promoting student engagement in all LT has to offer remain top District priorities. We will continue to partner with associate school districts, colleges, community agencies, and others to continually enhance student opportunities, improve student preparedness, and provide positive learning environments for all students at Lyons Township High School. 

First Class Principles

    • We treat each other with dignity and respect.
    • We keep our school neat and clean.
    • We solve problems creatively by stopping, then thinking, and then discussing our actions.
    • We fit our language and actions to our audience and environment.
    • We are responsible and accountable for our actions.

Core Values

    • Excellence through Continuous Improvement and Stewardship
    • Safety and Well‐Being
    • Connected Families and a Collaborative Community
    • Innovation, Relevancy, and Readiness for the Future
    • Healthy Relationships to Ensure Trust, Respect and Engagement
    • Equity, Inclusion, and Cultural Competence
    • Clear Communication and Effective Collaboration
  • North Campus
    North Campus
    100 S. Brainard Ave.
    LaGrange, IL 60525
    Main Office: 708-579-6300
    North Campus serves juniors and seniors.
    Driving Directions
    Parking is available immediately west of the Vaughan Building, on the north side of Cossitt Ave., and diagonally across the street from the North Campus. Handicapped parking spaces are located in a lot on the west side of North Campus (Park Ave.) On street parking around North Campus is very limited.
  • South Campus
    South Campus
    4900 S. Willow Springs Rd.
    Western Springs, IL 60558
    Main Office: 708-579-6500

    South Campus serves freshmen and sophomores.
    Parking is available in three lots immediately adjacent to the building: a large parking lot to the north of the building; a small lot to the east of the building; and a small lot to the south of the building between the Corral and the South Campus.