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ISI CAMPUSES RE-OPEN WITH A MIX OF NEW AND OLD
  • Campus News

"I'm glad that we were able to share in traditions that we've come accustomed to celebrating on the first day of school while also incorporating some of the new realities of operating school in a pandemic."

Statement on Equity & Diversity
  • Campus News

When we inquire about the experiences of others, communicate with each other, and seek out balanced solutions to our mutual problems, we can and will build a better world. We hold these values dear at ISI and hope for their wider acceptance in the wake of the events of the past week.

Go Gryphons: April 2020
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  • Teacher Features

Go Gryphons is a newsletter that highlights the achievements of ISI students, faculty, staff, and alumni!

Model UN Club Hosts Second Annual Conference
  • Campus News

“We really liked the format of the Model UN Conference because delegates can put themselves in a position and stand up for their country’s beliefs. It’s learning by immersion,” said Schnabel. “No matter how much you try to highlight that in your classroom, you do need the hands-on experience.”

Bruford Named New Upper School Principal
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“As I met members of the ISI community, students, staff, parents, and board members, I understood their affection for the school and for lifelong learning, and together we will channel that passion to generate great success for our students.”

Alumni Feature - Clark Kosene
  • Alumni Features

"It sounds trite but ISI produces citizens of the world. From community service, to exchange trips, to daily interactions with teachers and peers, I was regularly confronted with the idea that the world is a complex, diverse place. As a result, I developed the tools to adapt to my surroundings and connect with people from all walks of life - whether that was a night out in Bloomington or interning on the Supreme Court of Ghana." 

Alumni Feature - Isabel Tumminello
  • Alumni Features

"ISI had a fine balance of fostering a very close-knit group that relied on each other while encouraging us to be self-sufficient and independent young people. I felt prepared to go out into the world as an active participant, as a leader, and most importantly as a teammate."

Teacher Feature- Mr. Aitor Porro
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"Students have the opportunity to use the lab's resources to become risk-takers and dive deeper into key concepts within the International Baccalaureate curriculum."

Go Gryphons: October 2019
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  • Student Features
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Go Gryphons is a newsletter that highlights the achievements of ISI students, faculty, staff, and alumni!

ISI Welcomes New Arts Department
  • Teacher Features

"The IB approach, unlike other curricula, gives students the opportunity to become the artist they are meant to be, authentic to their own ideas but grounded in a thorough understanding of the complexity of the art-making process and the greater world of art."

ISI Names New Executive to Lead Finance
  • Campus News

In addition to serving as the lead ISI financial officer, Armstrong will provide strategic oversight of the school’s operations, leading an ISI team that represents departments responsible for finance, human resources, information technology, and facilities management.

Teacher Feature- Mr. Gabe Evans
  • Teacher Features

"Seeing my students take responsibility for their actions and learning shows me that I’m helping them become the best version of themselves. The IB program understands that there are more ways to check a student’s understanding than tests, and there is more to learning than the repetition of facts."

The Overseas Experience: Language Immersion Abroad
  • Student Features

“I think it's so important to experience other cultures as a student because it gives you a new perspective on the world,” Kaneshiro said. “I truly feel like a global student, who belongs to the world."

Gov. Holcomb's Graduation Speech
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"This school, together with the International Center and the Indianapolis International Airport, were needed to make Indianapolis globally competitive and globally attractive."

Growing Community: ISI Lower School Garden Project
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  • Student Features

"Project volunteer Jeremiah White also came up with a solution for maintaining the garden over the summer once teachers and students leave for break.

After several conversations with the Indianapolis Immigrant Welcome Center, White connected with five refugee immigrants who were very interested in helping maintain the garden over the summer."

Teacher Feature- Mr. Geoff Peate
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“Our TED-Ed club at ISI seeks to improve our students’ confidence and to help them build important idea development skills that will serve them in college and in the real world.”

Alumni Feature - Maria Agustina Ramirez
  • Alumni Features

“ISI is a school that goes beyond teaching a set of facts; it teaches students how to think critically and make their own assessments of the world.”

First 100 Days
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"My decision to work at ISI was deeply personal, as I believed attending ISI was the best decision for my own children. During my first 100 days, the ISI community proved that my decision was the right one."

Echoes of the Rainforest: The Visual Arts of the Shipibo Indians
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  • Teacher Features

“Being immersed with these people and learning how to create ceramics from Delia, a woman in the community, was an unforgettable experience,” Bernadette said. “Witnessing the creativity and beauty of the Shipibo people was very special, and we are pleased to be exposing more people to this unique culture."

Tara Evans Named the First Executive to Lead ISI Admissions
  • Campus News

Following a multi-month search, ISI Head of School Elizabeth Head has named Tara Evans to the position of Vice President of Enrollment Management, a role that will provide strategic oversight for new-student recruitment and admissions activities.

Teacher Feature- Mr. Faustin N'Tala
  • Teacher Features

At International School of Indiana (ISI), our mission is to prepare our students for the world stage. We do this by hiring the best teachers with authentic, global experience. Mr. Faustin N'Tala is a shining example of an ISI teacher that inspires and supports his students through school and beyond. Learn more about Mr. N'Tala in this post.

A New Leader for a New Era
  • Campus News

"I knew what I wanted for my own kids,” Head said. “I wanted the language immersion aspects, the full International Baccalaureate (IB) Programme."

Picture of Monica Morrisey
  • Alumni Features

At International School of Indiana (ISI), our mission is to prepare our students for the world stage. We do this by engaging students with their studies, but also through our students' meaningful interactions outside of the classroom. See how alumna Monica Morrisey made the most of her ISI experience.

Teacher Feature- Mrs. Yelena Sinitsky
  • Teacher Features

At International School of Indiana (ISI), our mission is to prepare our students for the world stage. We do this by engaging students with their studies, but also through our students' meaningful interactions outside of the classroom. One of the most popular student organizations at ISI is the Timmy Club, a high school chapter of the large Timmy Global Health Club. The Timmy Club also organizes one of the most popular events of the school year: the Timmy Game.