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Irvington Community Schools—Paving the Irvington Way since 2002

It takes a village to raise children to reach their potential. Which is why Irvington Community Schools (ICS) focuses on community. We build key relationships between students and teachers, staff and families, and our schools and neighborhoods.

Because every year is crucial to the ultimate outcome of a child’s education, ICS employs highly qualified teachers committed to the pursuit of academic excellence. All students participate in Art, Music, and Physical Education – which are at the heart of our charter with the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Education Innovation. We teach our students The Irvington Way: to be Respectful, Responsible, Safe, Involved, and Focused. The goal is to turn out thoughtful, civic-minded, successful adults.

We get academic results. The ILEARN results for 2018-2019 showed ICS grades 3-8 ranked in the top 25% of the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office of Education Innovation’s portfolio of public charter schools in both English Language Arts (ELA) and Math. What’s more, ICS outperformed eight out of 11 Marion County public school districts in ELA and seven out of 11 in Math, including Warren and Lawrence townships, as well as Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS).

Our 1:1 computing initiative in grades K-12 is a gateway for career readiness and college prep.

We emphasize safe schools: ICS created the first School Resource Officer program in Indiana public charters schools in 2011. When children feel safe, they learn best.

Public school education is all about developing children’s character, sense of community, and love of learning. Come see how we get things done at Irvington Community Schools – tuition-free K-12 education at its finest. To learn more about Irvington Community Schools, contact our school leaders: Deanna Dehner (Irvington Community Elementary School, grades K-5), Loryn Venekamp (Irvington Community Middle School, grades 6-8), or Jana Goebel (Irvington Preparatory Academy, grades 9-12).

Irvington Community School, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

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