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A Challenging Course of Study, Rooted in a Spirit of Lifelong Learning

The International School of Indiana offers world-class academics in the friendly, close-knit setting of a small Indiana private school. Our approach is working: ISI High School is one of the Washington Post’s top high schools in the nation. Both our graduation and our college attendance rates are 100%. Our students graduate as bilingual – even trilingual – speakers. And they don’t just go to college. They excel there.

International Baccalaureate – A Commitment to Academic Excellence

As one of the foremost IB schools in the nation – and the only school in Indiana offering the full range of IB programming – the International School of Indiana encourages critical thinking, creativity, self-motivation, and openness to new cultures and ideas. It’s a combination that you just don’t see at most schools. Certainly we are one of the few schools in the Midwest to have made this level of commitment to excellence.

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Language Immersion – Confidence to Encounter the World

We offer language immersion classes in Spanish, French, and Mandarin to even our youngest students. And we continue the emphasis on language and international experience with our upper school students. These are just some of the unique opportunities ISI offers to help our students grow into confident, bilingual – even trilingual – community-minded world citizens.

Our Graduates

Noah Droddy

Noah Droddy, ISI class of 2009 graduate, attended DePauw on a Lilly Foundation scholarship that allowed him to attend any Indiana school, free of tuition. Read more.

Paul Jeffries

Paul Jeffries, ISI Class of 2014 graduate, attends American University in Washington, D. C. as a Global Scholar. He has interned for Zidisha International and for Senator Dan Coates. Paul has been accepted into the Paris Institute of Political Studies, Science Po, in Paris, studying political science and international relations. Read more.

Javier Gonzalez Souto

Javier Gonzalez Souto is studying computer engineering at Purdue University. His travels have taken him to Metz, France. Read more.

Timothy Gondola

Timothy Gondola attends Macalester College, pursuing a geography major and music minor. He has traveled to Nantes, Bordeaux, France, and worked a GIS internship at the POLIS Center at IUPUI. He foresees a career as a GIS analyst and jazz pianist. Read more.

Mary Clark

Mary Clark graduated with ISI's ISI Class of 2009. She went on to receive a Bachelor's in Mathematics from the University of Edinburgh in 2012 and a Master's in Mathematical Physics in 2014 from the University of Glasgow. Read more.

Brian Greggs

After 13 years at the International School of Indiana, Brian entered the very competitive Naval Academy. He will graduate in the Spring of 2017 with a Bachelor's of Science in Economist and plans to continue on with the Navy in the intensive pilot program. Read more.

Soha Khan

Having completed her undergraduate degree in medicine at Butler University, Soha Khan is now a third-year medical student at Nova Southeastern College of Osteopathic Medicine. Read more.

Erin Bammann

Erin Bammann graduated from ISI with the Class of 2012. She now holds a degree in Community Health from Indiana University Bloomington. Read more.

Eleanor (Ellie) Chabraja

Eleanor (Ellie) Chabraja, ISI '10, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Hispanic literatures and cultures, in addition to obtaining a certificate in Middle Eastern studies from Wesleyan University. Read more.