Antioch-Antioch Township covers an area of 42.2 square miles (109.3 km2); of this, 7.4 square miles (19.2 km2) or 17.57 percent is water. There are many lakes in this township, including Antioch Lake, Benet Lake, Bluff Lake, Channel Lake, Deer Lake, Dunns Lake, East Loon Lake, Grass Lake, Huntley Lake, Lake Catherine, Lake Marie, Loon Lake, Mud Lake, Petite Lake, Redwing Slough Lake, Silver Lake, Spring Lake and Turner Lake.

Public schools are managed by the Antioch Community Consolidated School District 34.
The schools in the district include:
Public schools
Elementary Schools (KG-5)
W.C. Petty Elementary School
Hillcrest Elementary School (serves part of Hickory Corners and unincorporated area)
Emmons Grade School (serves unincorporated Antioch)
Oakland Elementary School (serves Hickory Corners, Loon Lake neighborhoods)
Antioch Elementary School (serves downtown area, and center town area)
Grass Lake Elementary School (serves Grass Lake and other western neighborhoods)
Middle Schools (6-8)
Antioch Upper Grade School
High School (9-12)
Antioch Community High School - A public four-year high school located in the center of Antioch. It is part of Community High School District 117.
Private schools
Private middle schools:
Faith Evangelical Lutheran School (Grades PK-8)
The Antioch Public Library is located at 757 Main Street (Route 83). The collection of the library contains 135,716 volumes. The library circulates 371,105 items per year. The library serves a population of 25,706 residents

Arts and recreation
The Chain O'Lakes found along the Fox River, serves as an aquatic mecca for boating and summer leisure while skiing and snowmobiling abound during the winter months. Along with neighboring Fox Lake, Antioch has become host to numerous pro and amateur national fishing tournaments. For instance, on Loon Lake every July, fishers from all over the world try to catch the elusive "Batman fish".

There is currently a thriving performing arts scene, centered around the PM&L Theatre as well as the civic bandstand behind Main Street.
Antioch is the home of the Antioch Fine Arts Foundation (AFAF), serving Antioch, Greater Lake County, IL and Southeast WI since 2001. 

The Metra train station near downtown Antioch.
Metra service is provided from Antioch to Chicago Union Station via the North Central Service.
Western Kenosha County Transit Route 2 serves parts of Antioch Monday-Saturday, connecting riders to several towns, villages and unincorporated municipalities throughout Kenosha County. Riders can also transfer to Route 1 and Route 3 to travel to Kenosha and Lake Geneva, respectively.

For more information, visit Village of Antioch website

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