Springs’ boarding program brings together students from around the world and teaches them how to grow as individuals within a vibrant, diverse, respectful community.
Since Indian Springs opened in 1952, boarding has enriched our school community by enabling students to immerse themselves in their educational lives, build camaraderie through common experience, and discover for themselves the meaning of responsibility.
Our dynamic Residential Life program gives a third of our student body the chance to live on our beautiful, 350-acre campus and to experience the benefits of Learning through Living beyond the traditional school day. From pizza parties to mat ball, nature hikes to concerts, boarders get to enjoy an array of fun nighttime and weekend activities, and have access to readily available support from our dedicated faculty members, more than half of whom live on campus.
The relationships formed and the experiences shared in Hess and Goodrich Halls are often the foundation of a student’s fondest memories of Indian Springs.