Admission

Indian Springs School seeks to prepare students not only for college but for the world by encouraging them to find their passion, ask much of themselves, and imagine new possibilities.
With over 350 acres at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, Indian Springs’ campus includes state-of-the-art learning and performing arts facilities, residential halls, athletic fields, a lake, an organic garden, and endless opportunities for learning and growing! We are located just fifteen miles south of Birmingham, Alabama, and share a border with the northern edge of Oak Mountain State Park, a nearly 10,000-acre state park offering one of the country's widest arrays of outdoor activities. Thus, students at Indian Springs possess unparalleled resources at their fingertips on campus, as well as access to pristine natural environs and the instructive amenities of a major urban center just off.   
 
Our campus provides the ideal setting for students to engage in a curriculum that is hands-on and personalized. It is not uncommon to see a group of students at Indian Springs building a game-winning AI algorithm, designing a practical, localized initiative to reduce carbon emissions, developing black-and-white analog photographs in one of our dark rooms, and more. And students engage in this hands-on curriculum in small classes where teachers know each student and are able to tailor instruction to each student’s unique needs. 
 
I invite you to visit Indian Springs and see firsthand the sprawling campus, experiential learning opportunities, and supportive culture that, among other things, make Indian Springs a uniquely valuable educational option for students and families. To request additional information and book a campus tour, please complete an inquiry form and email us at admission@indiansprings.org. We look forward to welcoming your family to campus soon!
 
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Taylor Docking
Director of Enrollment Management
taylor.docking@indiansprings.org