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The International School of Indiana is two great schools in one: our Lower School for children age 3 through Grade 5 and our Upper School, for Grades 6 through 12. Wherever your child begins at ISI, we’re here to help. Learn more here.

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ISI Students Advance in Orchestra

ISI students Olivia Parker (Senior) and Margaret Schnabel (Junior) have been selected as members of the prestigious New World Youth Symphony… Read more.

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ISI Senior Alex Seifert receives award for Dedication to the Sport of Rowing!

Alex received the inaugural Coach's Award for Dedication to the Sport of Rowing at the Indianapolis Rowing Club End of Season Banquet in May. The Head Coach described Alex as the perfect person to become the first recipient of this prestigious award, which includes a scholarship. Alex was also honored by his teammates. Alex’s speech moved all in the room... Read more.

Outstanding results in the IB Diploma examinations!

This year’s International Baccalaureate Diploma results were released on July 6th to the 65,000 or more IB students around the world who have spent the last two years working towards this prestigious and rigorous qualification. Out of ISI’s 44 IB Diploma candidates this year, our largest number ever, 41 have been awarded the Diploma, making the Class of 2015 one of... Read more.
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Update: ISI Graduate speaks at IU commencement

ISI High School Class of 2011 alumna Mara González Souto, originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, was this year’s student speaker at the… Read more.

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A Washington Post 2015 Top High School!

ISI again ranked a top high school by the Washington Post The 2015 Washington Post High School Challenge listings just released  rank our International High School as the top high school in Indianapolis, the second in Indiana, the 5th in the Midwest, and 74th in the entire US. More than 2,300 High Schools met the minimum requirements to be included in the survey. Our... Read more.