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ISI Students Take Step to Solve Global Issues

From February 2nd- 5th 2017, the ISI Model United Nations Club sent nineteen 11th and 12th Graders to serve on committees at the Model United Nations run by the University of Chicago. ISI has had a Model United Nations club since 2002. Originally students attended the IUPUI conference from 2005- approximately 2014. ISI has participated in the Chicago MUN since ...Read More

Grade 6 Students Interview Writer

  "Jim Clash es un reportero aventurero que: Escaló 25 diferentes montañas. Esqu ió en el polo Norte (7 millas al dia). Manejo un Bugatti Veyron a 253 mph. Voló a 85,000 pies. Viajó al espacio. Viajó a los dos polos unos cuantos veces. " - Owen Rifkin On January 5th, 2017, the grade 6 Individuals and Societies classes had ...Read More

Carnation Sale Held by Class of 2020

Sponsored by the Class of 2020, we encourage all students Grade 9-12 to "share the love" by purchasing Valentine carnations for their friends, teachers and even those they are admiring from afar!  Carnations will be sold at the table outside the cafeteria during the lunch hour on Monday, Jan. 23rd and Tuesday, Jan. 24th. Bring your cash, complete the slips for ...Read More

College Acceptances 2016

As our first half of the school year nears the end, we can already celebrate that over half of our senior class have received early admission to one or more colleges (several students have as many as four acceptances). Many of our students are receiving partial/full tuition scholarships from top colleges and universities across the country as well as being invited into ...Read More

Administrators at Workshop at MIT

Lower School Principal, Trina Haygaru, and PYP Coordinator, Stacy Gruen, had the amazing opportunity to work with world-renowned educators from Dubai, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Kenya, Spain, Switzerland, and USA (Innovation Academy and iLead Schools) on systems-driven and compassion-based education at MIT this week. Their workshop was led by Peter Senge, senior lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management and ...Read More

ISI’s Winter Formal

With ISI being a young school, we are constantly adding to our school traditions.  This year the High School Student Council decided to start a new tradition and further enhance the student life opportunities at ISI, in the form of a Winter Formal Dance. Over the last couple of weeks, the Student Council has worked on planning the dance as ...Read More

ISI Timmy Club

Have you seen the emails or social media posts about Timmy Global Health or Timmy Club activities at ISI and wondered what it meant and why your student was participating? There is so much excitement behind the activities (Fun Run, Spirit Weeks, the Volleyball Game, the Basketball Game and various sales) and everyone in Grades 5-12 participates in some way. ...Read More

ISI Read-A-Thon 2016

Nearly 100 students from the 49th Street and Blackwell buildings collectively read more than 42,000 minutes and raised $6,700 as part of the school’s 12-day, PA-sponsored Read-a-thon, which wrapped up earlier this month. That’s 10 more participants, 4,000+ more minutes and $300 more than last year! Special school assemblies to recognize participants took place at both buildings in the past ...Read More

ISI Social Justice Club: We Have a Voice

[caption id="attachment_8566" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo of Josina Machel taken by Suraj Choudhary from the IndyStar[/caption]  “It was an incredible opportunity to enrich our global awareness in regards to human rights and domestic violence through the different perspectives given to us by global figures such as Josina Z. Machel.  It was an inspiration and reminder to continue to not take our ...Read More