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Looking for a unique summer activity for your children?
Transport them a world away with our new Language Summer Camp.

It’s a new partnership with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global & International Studies, an exclusive opportunity to learn and experience Arabic and Mandarin language and culture through lessons and hands-on activities. A Portuguese component led by ISI staff also will be offered.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

THE CAMPAIGN TO CREATE A UNIFIED CAMPUS

With their lead gift to the campaign, the family of 
Stanley and Allison Chen are investing in the
construction of a new ISI Lower School building.
 

The creation of the Chen Family Lower School Building 
is the centerpiece of our effort to build a unified ISI campus.

WATCH THE GROUNDBREAKING EVENT
SEE THE VISION FOR ONE ISI
DONATE TO THE CAMPAIGN

School News

Standout student Claire Kaneshiro named National Merit Finalist, Indiana Academic All-Star

For the second-consecutive year, ISI is proud to claim a National Merit Finalist among its students. Claire Kaneshiro of Indianapolis -- 4.66 GPA, a near-perfect SAT score, and fluency in Chinese, Spanish and English -- is among 15,000 students nationwide chosen for the prestigious honor. Claire now is eligible for one of 7,500 one-time scholarships awarded by the National Merit Scholarship Program. Those awards are expected to be announced in mid-May.

ISI in the news: ISI, Hamilton Lugar School team up for Language Summer Camp featuring Arabic, Mandarin

Looking for a unique summer activity for the kids? ISI is partnering with the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies at Indiana University to launch a new language immersion-focused summer camp June 14-25 in Indianapolis. The new ISI Language Summer Camp will offer main programming in two languages — Mandarin and Arabic — to students Pre-K through grade 12. No previous language experience is required. Registration is now open.

Boys basketball, swim teams finish seasons with winter sports records

Despite schedules and practices disrupted by COVID-19, the ISI boys closed out the 2020-21 winter sports season on a high note. The basketball team finished third overall in the 10-team Pioneer Conference, the best final conference standing in ISI history, and the swim team finished eighth out of 11 schools in the ISHAA state sectionals, a season finale that included a school record in the 100-yard backstroke.

 

 

ISI in the news: "Hoosiers by Choice" campaign, TV station feature Head of School

What makes Indiana a great place to live? That’s the focus of a new video campaign sponsored by the Indiana Destination Development Corp. highlighting people from all walks of life who chose to make Indiana their home. And among those recently featured: Head of School Elizabeth Head, who was lured to Indianapolis more than two years ago from her school leadership role and longtime home in Costa Rica.

ISI senior wins $500 local essay contest from Daughters of American Revolution

She only had one shot, two hours and a proctor watching over her as she crafted her essay, the topic a secret until she opened a sealed instructions envelope from the Daughters of the American Revolution. But in the end, senior Juliette Albert walked away with the $500 top prize for her 550-word entry in the Indianapolis chapter’s annual Good Citizen Award contest, the International School of Indiana’s first local winner in in the national contest in nearly a decade.

Girls swim team closes 2020-21 season with new school record

The ISI girls swim team finished the 2020-21 season with a school record in the 200-yard medley relay during the ISHAA sectionals earlier this month in Brownsburg. The new mark comes on the heels of two other school records this season -- the 200-yard individual medley in December and the 50-yard freestyle in January.

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