Welcome to Antioch Community High School and our new web page. In addition to our new web page, the Activities, Athletics, and Physical Education Departments have moved to a new office area located in the math hallway. When visiting us, please come to Room 105.
After 33 years of competing in the North Suburban Conference, Antioch will join the newly formed Northern Lake County Conference this school year. We are excited to be creating this conference along with; Grant, Grayslake Central, Grayslake North, Lakes, North Chicago, Round Lake, and Wauconda. This conference will not only be hosting several athletic competitions but is making a commitment to showcase the various activity programs that students in our schools participate in.
Sequoit Pride continues its support of all Antioch curricular and co-curricular programs through Sequoit wear sales and their annual dinner auction. This year’s event will take place during the second semester. Please help them in supporting our students by joining their organization.
We would like to thank the Antioch Lions’ Club and Deli-Source for their donations that will go to fund college scholarships for this year’s senior student/athletes and sponsor the Ward Lear Athlete of the Year Program. Deli-Source also makes donations that helps for the purchase of equipment and hosting the Elaine Lonergan Girls Volleyball invitational. Lastly, the Antioch Community High School Athletic Department, Coaches and Student/Athletes would like to thank Raymond Chevrolet and KIA for its support of ACHS athletics with the Big Play Program, which has donated approximately $75,000 to our athletic program over the past sixteen years. Raymond’s is also involved in a five year, $50,000 donation to ACHS.
We encourage you to come out this fall and support our student/athletes as they represent Antioch Community High School. We ask that you help us to represent ACHS positively to other schools by encouraging our student/athletes while at contests and acknowledging great efforts by all participants. It’s a great day to be a Sequoit.