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On April 16, the International School of Indiana Class of 2021 completed their last day of formal classes. To conclude their ISI careers, the graduating class participated in Senior Send-Off Day, a celebration of their achievements. Students enjoyed a class photoshoot around the Michigan Rd campus followed by free time, where they received well wishes from teachers and wrote farewell letters to their peers. They enjoyed their last lunch together as a class catered by Mimi Blue Meatballs. Senior Send-Off Day was drawn to a close with a Leavers Assembly and parade through campus, where the Class of 2021 was celebrated by Upper School students, faculty, and staff. 


Photos from the Class of 2021 Senior Send-Off Day can be found on the International School of Indiana Flickr account. Seniors and their families may download images and/or the entire album via Flickr.

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Faculty and staff members recorded video messages to be shared with the Class of 2021.
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During the Leaver's Assembly, seniors enjoyed a Then and Now presentation, which included childhood photos and details on where they plan to continue their education at the college and university level. The Class of 2021 was also presented with Cameos from celebrities wishing them luck in their future endeavors. 

 

Click to view the presentation.

 

Click to watch: Mia Hamm, retired professional soccer player and Olympic gold medalist.

 

Click to watch: Myles Turner, professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers.

 

Click to watch: Jason Earles, an actor best known for his role on Hannah Montana.

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