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La Lumiere School
Coed, Day & Boarding, College preparatory
6801 North Wilhelm Road, La Porte, IN 46350
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Basic information:
Founded Year: 1963
Campus Size: 190 acres           
Grades Offered: 9-12,PG
Accredited by:  NAIS, ISACS, NCA,TABS
Student #: Boarding # 84, Day #146, Total# 230
International Students:  25%     


Academic related:
Average Class Size: 11        
Student/Teacher Ratio: 1:7
Number of AP Courses:  13 AP
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 65%
SAT Average: 1870 (TOP75%) ; 1920(TOP50%)   
ACT Average:  27 (TOP75%)
Summer Programs: Offered
ESL: offered    


100% college acceptance!
Class of 2015 received over $4.7 million in scholarships
Students at all grade levels have access to college counselors
La Lumiere is an ACT and SAT test site, so students take assessments in a familiar environment
College and university representatives visit campus frequently
College counseling process begins in the junior year, focuses on finding the best match possible for each student. Students meet individually with counselor each week to discuss all aspects of their higher education.    


School highlights:
1.Best Catholic High School in IN ranked #1
2.Best Private High School in IN ranked #2
3.Excellent fine arts program, both in the visual and performing art.
4.Excellent athletics program with 24 varsity teams
5.Excellent science and math program, offer 13 math and 15 science courses    


Located an hour east of Chicago and just five miles from the beautiful beaches of Lake Michigan. Only 1.5 hours drive to Notre Dame University.  Chicago O'Hare International Airport (ORD) is the nearest airport.    


Baseball field(s), Basketball court(s), Fitness Center, Volleyball court(s), Football field, Indoor basketball court(s),Tennis Courts,  Laboratories, Sullivan Student Activity Center.    


Visual Arts:
Several graduates go on to top art schools each year, including: Rhode Island School of Design, Savannah College of Art and Design, Parsons the New School for Design, Maryland Institute College of Art
Students routinely enter and win local and regional art shows
All students are required to take one credit in fine arts to groom their creativity
Independent study and portfolio development coursescontact with teachers, the Office of Student Life, advisors, and the Health Center


Performing Arts:
Two annual drama productions
Drama classes offered to all students
Jazz band and choir programs
Individual instrument lessons available


Baseball, Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, Lacrosse    Crew, Soccer, Golf, Football, Volleyball, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Track and Field


Aerobics, Bowling, Canoeing, Dance, Equestrian, Field Hockey, Hiking, Kayaking, Kick Ball, Outdoor Education, Swimming, Table Tennis, Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Weight Lifting, Spikeball


24 varsity teams, each student is required to participate in at least one team activity each year, We committed to student fitness and well-being, and encourages school-wide participation.


The Varsity White basketball team is ranked #48 in the country and #1 in Indiana for the 2015-2016. The team is routinely invited to play in the Dick’s Sporting Goods High School National Tournament.


Tuition and Board for international students: $53,500

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