About

Campus

Indian Springs Campus

Indian Springs' campus combines the beauty of the natural environment with the benefits of a major metropolitan city nearby. Set on 350 wooded acres only 16 miles from Birmingham, Alabama, Indian Springs School is a testament to the benefits of an idyllic setting, innovative classrooms and facilities, and the excitement of world-class entertainment and services nearby.

The prestigious Olmsted Brothers firm, which became the longest continuously operating landscape architecture practice in the United States, designed the campus, which includes a 12-acre lake among its many picturesque amenities.

Today, continuous enhancements mean Silver LEED-certified buildings bring the newest, best, and most energy-efficient technologies to campus. Indian Springs is designed for sustainability, bringing its commitment to the environment and its natural surroundings to every new building. Classrooms and shared spaces are open and filled with light; buildings are connected to the outdoors, and patios blur the distinctions between inside and out; and bringing it all together is the campus: lush, rolling, and open, creating a beautiful environment to walk, relax, and play.

We invite you to visit us by appointment Monday through Friday. We offer in-person parent and student tours, in-person shadow days, and virtual visit options. Please contact the Admission Office directly at 205.332.0563 or admission@indiansprings.org to plan your visit.
 

Directions

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  • From Atlanta and Points East

    We are about 2 ½ hours west of Atlanta. Go west on I-20 until you reach I-459 (Birmingham's southern by-pass). Take I-459 South (toward Tuscaloosa and Montgomery). At the intersection with I-65, take I-65 South (toward Montgomery). Exit I-65 at exit number 246. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Highway 119 (Cahaba Valley Road). The entrance to our campus will be the first right.
  • From Montgomery and Points South

    We are about an hour's drive north of Montgomery. Take I-65 North. Exit I-65 at exit number 246. At the bottom of the ramp, turn right onto Highway 119 (Cahaba Valley Road). The entrance to our campus will be the first right.
  • From Nashville and Points North

    Take I-65 South. South of Birmingham, exit I-65 at exit number 246. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Highway 119 (Cahaba Valley Road). The entrance to our campus will be the first right.
  • From Tuscaloosa and Points West

    Take I-20 East toward Birmingham. Exit off I-20 onto I-459 North (Birmingham's southern by-pass). At the intersection with I-65, take I-65 South (toward Montgomery). Exit I-65 at exit number 246. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Highway 119 (Cahaba Valley Road). The entrance to our campus will be the first right.
  • If You Are Flying

    Fly into Birmingham International (BHM). From the airport, first take I-59 South/20 West, which is located just outside the airport, to the intersection with I-65. Take I-65 South toward Montgomery. Exit at exit number 246. At the bottom of the ramp, turn left onto Highway 119 (Cahaba Valley Road). The entrance to our campus will be the first right.

Staff

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  • Photo of Blake Berry

    Blake Berry 

    Physical Plant Superintendent
    205.332.0619
  • Photo of Justin Wheeler

    Justin Wheeler 

    Grounds Supervisor
    205.864.7958
  • Photo of Riley Berry

    Riley Berry 

    Grounds Associate
  • Photo of Velch Denny

    Velch Denny 

    Maintenance
    205.616.2339
  • Photo of Shane Smith

    Shane Smith 

    Maintenance
    205.410.1345
190 Woodward Drive, Indian Springs, Alabama 35124
Phone: 205.988.3350
Indian Springs School, an independent school recognized nationally as a leader in boarding and day education for grades 8-12, serves a talented and diverse student body and offers admission to qualified students regardless of race, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. Located in Indian Springs, Alabama, just south of Birmingham, the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, ethnicity, or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.