Friendships made at Indiana Academy are the kind that last a lifetime. We have a community of students that are supportive, prayerful, kind, and welcoming. Whether it’s spending time together riding on a bus to Boston or going for a nature walk Sabbath afternoon; the relationships formed and memories made while at Indiana Academy will last long after diplomas have been handed out.
Although we take our academics seriously, we also believe that it’s important to relax and recharge as well. Every Saturday night there is a different event planned for the entire student body. From school-wide dodge ball tournaments to trips to the ice skating rink, we don’t let a weekend pass without a little adventure. On weekdays, students play in a variety of organized intramural sports like flag football, soccer, basketball, volleyball, ultimate Frisbee, and more.
Beyond that, our Student Association plans school spirit days, picnic outings, and a formal banquet; and both the Boys’ and Girls’ clubs plan weekly activities and retreats throughout the year.
Our student body is big enough to allow students to grow their worldview while small enough to maintain a family-like feel. What’s best is that this family is formed in a Christ-centered community willing to pray and support one another!
A brief breakdown of the IA Family
A near capacity enrollment of 120 students began the 2015-16 school year
Our student body represents more than a half-dozen countries
Approximately 80% of our student body lives in the dormitories
The students of IA serve in a variety of leadership roles, including spiritual, service, and social event planning