Developing Christian Leaders
An Illinois Lutheran education empowers students to be bold, confident Christian leaders in tomorrow’s world. Through a strong academic program, our caring, qualified instructors prepare students for college, the workforce and beyond.
Our students develop essential critical thinking skills and develop a strong, Christian worldview as they discover their own unique God-given skills and abilities. Students participate in a wide range of extracurricular activities and social experiences that help to build a strong community within the school and create memories that will last a lifetime.
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How long have you been at Illinois Lutheran Schools? Since my freshman year of high school.
What have you participated in at ILHS? Accompanying on both piano and organ for chapel, choir, praise band, and yearbook.
Have you received any awards, recognition or special accomplishments? The President’s Education Awards Program.
How have you been involved in our community? I help with the annual food drive hosted by ILS schools, set up/take down blood drives, and run games for the carnivals that are hosted for kids in the area.
What is your favorite class? My favorite class is Physics. Mr. Spiaser is a great teacher with a tough curriculum that challenges any student. He is able to teach the material in a way that can be understood, and is always willing to help someone who is struggling.
Where do you plan to go to college, and what do you plan to major in? I plan to go to SIUE to earn my certificate for a water management program this fall. I also plan on choosing a college to major in church music.
What is the most challenging part of being a senior? All of the changes that are rapidly taking place around you.
What is the best part of being a senior? Early release!
What advice do you have for incoming freshmen? Don’t be afraid to talk to make friends and talk to other people you may not know. The community at ILHS is very close, loving, and kind.
Where do you imagine yourself 10 years from now? I imagine myself hopefully working a job that I enjoy and sending my kids to this school when the time comes.
Do you have a favorite bible passage that helps you through tough times? “The pain that you’ve been feeling, can’t compare to the joy that’s coming.” Romans 8:18
Do you think ILHS is preparing you for college? Absolutely!
Who has given you the best advice? What did they say? My mother. “Don’t take private school for granted.”
How would your friends describe you? Funny, outgoing, easy to converse with.
When you look back on Illinois Lutheran in later years, what will you remember most? The fun times I had with my friends and the jokes I would make with teachers.
What dreams do you have for the world of tomorrow? For everyone to get along with one another.