In this Indy Insights blog, read how science - and specifically science education - has come to the forefront through our experiences of 2020 thus far.
There is no comparison. Our proven writing curriculum produces exceptional writers and effective communicators.
Our research-based CWIL™ supports the whole child and provides valuable resources for parents.
Faculty trained in engineering lead an authentic and engaging STEM curriculum.
Partnerships beyond our campus bring enriched opportunities for local and global learning experiences.
Faculty members trained in Project-Based Learning
Field trips per year schoolwide that connect curriculum to the world
Community service hours completed by grades 6-8 during the 2018-19 school year
FIRST LEGO League and LEGO League Jr. teams
Acres on our beautiful, expansive campus with fields, streams and woods
Middle school students in a performing music group or ensemble
Scholarship money awarded to Independence's Class of 2019
Chess tournament trophies during 2018-19 school year
Consecutive-match unbeaten streak for tennis, dating back to 2011
We can all agree that 2020 has been an unprecedented year in many ways. No group of people has been unaffected by COVID-19 and its impacts. This is the backdrop in which we started the 2020-2021 school year.
Now that we are halfway through summer, the heat is on to get those summer reading books finished! How then, do you read in an effort to finish the task, but more importantly to learn from and remember the books you read?
This time of year brings along BBQs, bugs, s’mores, and swimming. For many students, it also brings required summer reading. Here are some tips for selecting the right book.
What is MIS-C, and what are its common symptoms and potential complications? Thank you to Nemours/A.I. duPont Hospital for Children for allowing us to share this blog.
A day at school and a day learning at home are very different. Do not expect a distance learning school day to take the same number of hours as a typical school day. Building in downtime, creativity, and fun is key to distance learning success.