Today’s students want to be engaged in the classroom, involved in their community, and prepared for the challenges of college and the workplace of tomorrow. Preparing our students for the next level of their education – and beyond – is our mission, one we’ve been making good on since the establishment of our first tuition-free public charter school in Irvington in 2002. Chartered by the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Education Innovation, ICS, Inc. provides students a unique educational experience with a liberal arts focus: all students K-12 participate weekly in Physical Education, Music, an award-winning Art program, and Foreign Language.
Small schools, small class size: All Irvington Community School students receive individual attention in a differentiated learning environment, and tutoring is provided as necessary. Our extended school day, year-round schedule keeps students on track to achieve academic excellence. (View the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 school calendars here.)
Our enrollment application for the 2013-2014 school year is now available. Please check the 2013-2014 enrollment waiting list to see where your potential ICS student is on the list and what movement on the list might have occurred.
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ICS, Inc. has long been a responsible steward of public funding by providing excellence in K-12 education. Yet now more than ever, all schools require resources outside of state funding to effectively teach children.
ICS offers a rigorous academic program with a focus on individual results and achievement.
Assessment tools are used to drive instruction and target individual student needs through differentiated instruction, small group instruction, pull-out services (involving small group work with teachers' assistants, literacy and math coaches and aides, and/or special education instructors), and after-school tutoring and enrichment sessions.
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