|2112 North Vermilion Street (North Campus)|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|Founder||Bishop Joseph Schlarman|
|Asst. Principal||Mary Pat Shepherd|
|Chaplain||Fr. Patrick O'Neal|
|Enrollment||South Campus (K-6): 254 (2011)
North Campus (7-12): 125 (2011)
|Average class size||18.6 (K-8)|
|Student to teacher ratio||10 to 1|
|Campus type||Split; North holds grades 7-12
South holds grades K-6
|Color(s)||Blue and Gold|
|Mascot||"Topper" the Hilltopper ghost|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools|
|Average ACT scores||22.4 (2008-2012)|
|Diocese||Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria|
|Athletic Director||Heidi Crane|
Schlarman Academy is a private, Roman Catholic academy with two campuses: a combined primary and middle school (kindergarten through 6th grade) "south campus" located in the building formerly known as St. Paul School, located at the corner of Walnut St. and Vermilion St., and a secondary school (7th grade through 12th grade) "north campus" located in the building formerly known as Schlarman High School at the corner of Winter St. and Vermilion St. in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois. The school was established in 1945 and named after Joseph Schlarman, bishop of the archdiocese at that time.
Schlarman's mascot is The Hilltopper, because the secondary school campus sits on top of a hill close to Lake Vermilion. It is a relatively small school in terms of enrollment, but the north campus is quite expansive and has a large gymnasium. Its north campus comprises one of three high schools in Danville, the others being the city's sole public high school, Danville High School, several blocks away and First Baptist Christian School located across Vermilion Street from the south campus. Schlarman Academy is a school of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Peoria.
Notes and references
- "Schlarman Prospective Student Booklet". Schlarman Academy. Retrieved 2013-07-20.
- NCA-CASI. "AdvanceEd-NCA Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement". Retrieved 2009-05-23.
- "Schlarman Academy". Schlarman Academy. Retrieved 2009-12-04.
- Schlarman Academy official site