ISI Ranked Top 50 in Nation!
The International School of Indiana is proud to be recognized as a Top 50 High School by the Washington Post in their annual “High School Challenge” rankings report.
The Washington Post Challenge Index measures a high school’s effort to challenge all of its students.
“It is nice to receive this recognition at a national level,” said Head of School David Garner. “We are proud of not just the excellence of our high school but the distinctive education of ISI throughout our entire 3-year-old – Grade 12 program.“
The International School of Indiana distinguishes itself as a school that provides a focus on intercultural understanding and critical thinking and produces young people who are truly ready for the world stage.
ISI graduates achieve outstanding success and are currently studying at top universities at home and abroad. Since 2004, ISI graduates have studied at elite colleges including:
Nationally: California Institute of Technology; Columbia University; Cornell University; Georgetown University; Harvard College; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, Stanford University; and Yale.
Regionally: The University of Chicago, Indiana University, Macalester College, Purdue University, and Washington University in St. Louis.
Internationally: Cambridge University and the London School of Economics.
The Class of 2012 achieved outstanding results, and the thirty-seven graduates, many of whom had been at ISI since pre-school, join alumni who have had their choice of admission to prestigious colleges and universities in Indiana, the US and around the world. The students have received $4.2 million in merit scholarship awards.
The first school in Indiana to be authorized by the International Baccalaureate (IB) Organization to offer all three IB programs, and only the second school in the entire Midwest to achieve this distinction, ISI is a school with outstanding academic results and college acceptances and is a school that achieves astonishing levels of fluency in other languages.