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Admissions - Frequently Asked Questions

At what age does ISI begin enrolling students?
  • ISI Pre-Elementary School (3 Years Old – Kindergarten) is a full-day academic program for three-, four- and five-year-olds.
  • The Pre-K and Kindergarten classrooms are full-immersion classrooms, divided into three language tracks: French, Spanish, and Mandarin Chinese.
  • ISI accepts new students at any grade level.
How does ISI select the students it admits?
  • We evaluate applicants based on their academic abilities and their character.
  • We consider student maturity, attitude towards learning, and behavior.
  • We also seek evidence of independence, involvement, and concern for others.
What is required for admission?

The International School of Indiana manages admission inquiries and applications through our system, Open Apply.  When you fill our registration of inquiry form or application form, a parent account is created that will guide you through the admissions process.  A working checklist of tasks are created and maintained in Open Apply that will inform applicants about how to schedule a tour or shadow day, supply transcripts, recommendation forms, attend a pre-entry visit, and apply for financial aid.

Go to the registration of inquiry form or application form now.

Does my child need to take a test for admission?
  • Candidates for Grade 9 are required to submit standardized testing results from ERB and ISTEP.
Can prospective students and/or parents sit in on a class?
  • Yes, by appointment.
  • Click here to schedule a tour, or contact the ISI Admissions Office at +1.317.923.1951 or to schedule your visit.
When should we schedule our family tour and visit?
  • There’s no better way to see what a language immersion program can offer your child than to see it in person.
  • Tours are by appointment. Click here to schedule your visit, or contact the ISI Admissions Office at +1.317.923.1951 or