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Celebrating the Achievements of the Class of 2024

As the Class of 2024 has officially graduated from the International School of Indiana, it is time to reflect on their extraordinary achievements. This group of talented, resilient, and determined students has truly made its mark on the ISI community. From prestigious college acceptances to remarkable personal and academic accomplishments, the Class of 2024 has much to celebrate!

Outstanding College Acceptances

One of the most notable achievements of this graduating class is their impressive list of college acceptances, showcasing their hard work and dedication over the past four years. Once again, the ISI graduating class enjoys a 100% four-year college acceptance rate! Some highlights from the Class of 2024 include:

  • Top Public University Acceptances: ISI seniors celebrated acceptances from top public universities nationwide, including the University of Maryland, the University of Washington, and the University of California Davis.
  • STEM Success: Our aspiring scientists, doctors, and engineers have secured spots at top-tier institutes such as the University of Amsterdam, Colorado School of Mines, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Purdue University (College of Engineering), Indiana University (Kelley School of Business), and University of Miami (Marine Biology).
  • Liberal Arts Achievements: The dedication to a well-rounded education is evident with numerous students accepted to elite liberal arts colleges such as Villanova University, Denison University, DePauw University, and Indiana University (Media School and Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies).

Scholarships and Awards

The Class of 2024 has not only gained acceptance to top colleges but has also earned significant merit scholarships and awards, recognizing their exceptional talents:

  • Overall Scholarships: The Class of 2024 earned a combined $5.5 million in merit scholarships and awards, averaging $220,000 per student. 
  • IU Wells Scholarship: Senior Caitlyn Hempstead was awarded the prestigious IU Wells Scholarship, guaranteeing full tuition and fees during 4 years of undergraduate study, a living stipend, financial support for a year of overseas study, and funding for a summer research project. It also guarantees automatic admission to the Hutton Honors College. The Indiana University Wells scholarship is extremely competitive. This year, over 600 students from all over the world were nominated. 52 students made it to the interview weekend, and only 17 students were offered a place in this prestigious program.  
  • Lilly Scholars Program at Purdue: Senior Phyusen Kyaw was accepted into the innovative partnership between Lilly and Purdue to educate talented students going into majors that could positively impact the pharmaceutical industry. The scholarship covers the total cost of tuition for up to 8 semesters, a guaranteed internship opportunity, and connections to Lilly company leaders.
  • Center for Leadership Development (CLD) Scholarship: Two of our seniors were awarded with CLD Scholarships:
    • A. Philip Randolph was selected from a pool of over 6,000 applicants to receive the Rose Hulman CLD Scholarship, a four-year, full-tuition scholarship that will be in excess of $205,000 over the course of four years of study at Rose.  
    • Miles Mixon was selected to receive two different CLD scholarships: an award from IU covering partial tuition and a scholarship from Wabash College covering full tuition, each worth $92,800 over four years of study.
  • Ball State Whitinger Scholarship: Sophie Albert was selected to receive the signature scholarship of the Honors College and the most prestigious scholarship awarded by Ball State. This scholarship supplements Ball State’s Presidential Scholarship and provides full tuition and required fees plus on-campus room and board for eight potential Honors College students of exceptional potential each year. 
  • Eckerd-STEM Scholarship: In addition to the highest academic achievement scholarship at Eckerd College, Helena Duarte received a First Year Research Associateship, awarded to approximately 25 incoming first-year students. Helena was also selected as one of five E-STEM scholars, a holistic scholarship, professional development, and community-building program. 

Looking Ahead

As the Class of 2024 prepares to embark on their next chapter, their accomplishments stand as a source of inspiration for future students. Their journey is a powerful reminder that with hard work, perseverance, and a passion for learning, anything is possible. The entire school community is immensely proud of these students and eagerly anticipates the positive impact they will continue to make in the world.

Congratulations to the Class of 2024! Your achievements are just the beginning of an incredible journey. We can't wait to see what the future holds for each and every one of you.
 

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