“I think it's so important to experience other cultures as a student because it gives you a new perspective on the world,” Kaneshiro said. “I truly feel like a global student, who belongs to the world."
ONE International School of Indiana is the campaign that celebrates our first 25 years and our vision for the successful decades to come.
"This school, together with the International Center and the Indianapolis International Airport, were needed to make Indianapolis globally competitive and globally attractive."
Project volunteer Jeremiah White also came up with a solution for maintaining the garden over the summer once teachers and students leave for break.
After several conversations with the Indianapolis Immigrant Welcome Center, White connected with five refugee immigrants who were very interested in helping maintain the garden over the summer.
“ISI is a school that goes beyond teaching a set of facts; it teaches students how to think critically and make their own assessments of the world.”
"My decision to work at ISI was deeply personal, as I believed attending ISI was the best decision for my own children. During my first 100 days, the ISI community proved that my decision was the right one."
“Being immersed with these people and learning how to create ceramics from Delia, a woman in the community, was an unforgettable experience,” Bernadette said. “Witnessing the creativity and beauty of the Shipibo people was very special, and we are pleased to be exposing more people to this unique culture."