Indian Springs School has a 350-acre campus in a valley surrounded by the southwesternmost hills of the Appalachian Mountains. Among our countless hickory, oak, maple, and sweetgum trees that reflect the changing seasons, you'll find trails for hiking, biking, and cross-country running. The spring-fed lake provides an ideal spot for canoeing, swimming, and throwing a frisbee on the sandy beach. Sharing our southern boundary is Oak Mountain State Park, with thousands of wooded acres and rock faces for climbing.
Our campus runs like a small town. Each semester the students elect a mayor to head the Student Government and work with the faculty in the day-to-day operation of the school. Students at Indian Springs get involved in all sorts of activities that go far beyond learning in the classroom. We are a small school, but the possibilities for participation are huge. Often students take the initiative in starting up a new club, sport, or community service project. In weekly town meetings we share ideas and report on all that is going on.