Become a gryphon
Thank you for your interest in attending the International School of Indiana!
Are you ready to start your application? Use the following guide to complete all of the steps to apply. All information you share will help us get to know your family and student.
ISI accepts transfer students year-round from age three through the beginning of Grade 11, as space is available. Our small class sizes, personalized attention, and differentiated instruction help your student succeed no matter when they begin their journey at ISI.
JUST BEGINNING TO CONSIDER ISI?
Your preferred first step may be to complete an Admissions Inquiry.
Our team will follow-up with a phone call and schedule a campus visit.
Steps to Apply
- Schedule Your Tour
- Review Tuition & Financial Aid
- Complete Your Application
- Attend Your Shadow Visit
- Receive Admissions Decision
- Submit Enrollment Contract & Checklist Items
Schedule Your Tour
Review Tuition & Financial Aid
Complete Your Application
Attend Your Shadow Visit
Receive Admissions Decision
Submit Enrollment Contract & Checklist Items
New applications will be reviewed and decisions will be released on a rolling basis for both admissions and financial aid for the 2023-24 school year for applications submitted after November 1.
Our relationship with families is long-term, and Evergreen Enrollment reflects that commitment by saving families time and maximizing our administrative efficiency. Most importantly, it allows us to better focus on what is most important: your child. Evergreen Enrollment allows families to enroll once and that’s it – no more annual contracts or time-consuming paperwork for multiple students. This way, new and current students are enrolled through completion of high school, unless you notify the school otherwise.
Click for printable Admissions Checklist.
ISI Wait Pool
When a class reaches capacity, ISI utilizes a wait pool for remaining applicants. When an opening occurs in a class, the admission committee considers all eligible applicants in the pool. Vacancies can arise at any time however the key times are March, June and July for the following school year.