The International School of Indiana community consists of over 500 students ages three year old through Grade 12 from diverse cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. Between our students, faculty, and staff, over 50 nationalities are represented in the ISI community.
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The Varsity Track & Field Team had a season defined by a willingness to try new things and a supportive atmosphere among teammates. Between integrating new team members and dealing with injuries, many athletes stepped up throughout the season to find success in new events.
The Girls Varsity Tennis Team entered the season ready to take advantage of the knowledge and skill of returning players. Senior leadership helped the team stay competitive all season and win many key matches, like the Senior Night victory against close competitor Western Boone.
The Middle School Track and Field team has concluded an exciting season marked by personal growth, community spirit, and a willingness to take on new challenges. Throughout the season, every team member showcased improvement, surpassing personal bests and pushing their limits.
In their second ever season, the Boys Varsity Volleyball Team worked to improve the skills of returning players and develop new players. Players with experience helped new players learn the sport and become more comfortable communicating on the court.
The Boys Varsity Golf Team started the season not knowing what to expect – the golf team is one of the newest teams at ISI, and one of the youngest, with no seniors participating in the sport this season. With the hard work and dedication of the athletes, the Boys Varsity Golf Team finished with a 7-1 regular season record!
With many returning athletes, the Varsity Swimming & Diving Team spent their season pushing each other to become better athletes, resulting in a 2nd (Boys) and 3rd (Girls) place finish in the PAAC as well as new individual records placed.