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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 them be Ready for the World Stage. Learn more here.

 

Bilingual learning. Worldwide perspectives. Challenging, inquiry-based education for students age 3 to Grade 12.

Exemplary IB Practice in Real-World Application: Romy Candon

In an International Baccalaureate Program, learners are encouraged through inquiry, to develop knowledge.  This knowledge is acquired when students are… Read more.

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Grade 4 Business Fair

On Wednesday, April 20, 2016, Grade 4 students held a Business Fair in the Blackwell Gym as the culminating event for their Unit of Inquiry called "Running a Business". Central Idea: “Businesses arise and evolve to meet the needs of the community”. The Lines of Inquiry are: Different types of businesses Supply and Demand The evolution of businesses   During... Read more.

Lower School Wonderings

a blog series by Lower School Principal, Mrs. Trina Haygaru As a personal goal during my time at the International School, I've sought to increase my level of communication.  I've thought a lot about how to do that and have gotten advice from our marketing and development departments, teachers and parents.  In response to this advice, I've started a blog... Read more.

Grade 10 Personal Project Showcase- Real Life Application

On Wednesday, January 24, 2018, our International High School Sophomores participated in the MYP Personal Project Showcase.  MYP stands for the Middle Years Program which includes 6th through 10th-grade students.   The MYP Personal Projects are student-centered and they enable students to engage in practical explorations through a cycle of inquiry, action, and reflection. MYP projects help 10th-grade students to develop... Read more.

Celebrating a Season of Gratitude at ISI

    “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” William Arthur Ward… Read more.

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