Indian Springs sophomore Jordyn Hudson ’21 was one of only 24 high school students statewide to earn the honor of serving as a judge in Alabama’s 2018 YMCA Youth Judicial competition, held November 3-5 at the Montgomery Federal Courthouse.
Springs violinist Honney Kim ’19 has been selected, for the second year in a row, to participate in the prestigious New York String Orchestra Seminar. As part of the 10-day seminar, the orchestra will perform twice at Carnegie Hall in late December.
Indian Springs School is excited to be a sponsor for the 20th Annual Sidewalk Film Festival! As part of the festival, Springs will sponsor the screening of the award-winning documentary “Science Fair."
Springs’ Director of Choral Music has been awarded first place in the 2017–18 American Prize in Conducting (High School Chorus Division), and the Concert Choir has won second place in Choral Performance (School and Youth Division)!
Recent Springs graduate Amy Li ’18 has been selected to receive a National Merit Scholarship sponsored by The University of Southern California, where she will major in Health and Human Sciences this fall.
As the spring semester draws to a close, we congratulate those students who have been elected to serve as Student Government leaders and Judiciary members during the fall semester of the 2018–19 school year!
Five players have been chosen for the 2018 Birmingham Girls All-Metro Team, captain Logan McFadden ’18 has been named B-Division Player of the Year, and Coach Hunter Gray has been voted B-Division Metro Coach of the Year!
The Indian Springs School Choir has been named a finalist for the 2017–18 American Prize in Choral Performance, and Director of Choral Music Andrew Dibble is a finalist for the 2017–18 American Prize in Conducting.
Six Indian Springs School AP Latin and Latin III students spent Spring Break 2018 exploring the history, culture, and sights of Rome as part of an academic-enrichment trip led by Latin teacher William Blackerby '05.
With a beat-driven rock score, Springs' winter musical is based on a 1992 tabloid story about a half boy, half bat found in a West Virginia cave. Part comedy, part horror show, 'Bat Boy' provides a compelling metaphor for the dangers of prejudice and intolerance.
Twenty-eight Indian Springs School students received group and individual honors at the 76th annual French Convention hosted by the Alabama Federation of French Clubs at the University of Alabama on March 1.
Fifteen Indian Springs School students received awards at the 2018 Central Alabama Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Ten student projects will advance to the state fair on April 6-7 at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Students and faculty voted overwhelmingly to revise the school’s Constitution to mandate that student Commissioners of Protection take on the additional role of promoting environmental protection, most notably by leading campus recycling efforts.
Indian Springs students claimed nine top-ten individual awards in two divisions and the first-place team award at the 2018 University of Alabama at Birmingham High School Programming Challenge on Feb. 17.
Springs student Cody Zhou '19 went on his first African Safari four years ago. Expecting to find a "vast land, removed from urbanization and untouched by man," he found instead a habitat endangered by human activities. Wanting to do his part to help, Cody launched a conservation effort that is developing an international following.
The Indian Springs School Choir has been named a Youth & High School Division semifinalist for the 2017-18 American Prize in Choral Performance. Director of Choral Music Andrew Dibble has also been named as one of only two Youth & School Chorus Division semifinalists for the 2017-18 American Prize in Conducting.
Twenty-five student science projects—12 at the high school level and 13 at the middle school level—will compete on March 3 at the Central Alabama Regional Science and Engineering Fair after earning top marks at the seventh annual Indian Springs School Science Fair.
Springs sophomore Emma Wang ’20 has been awarded a Silver Key distinction in the Personal Essay & Memoir category of the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards through the Southeast Writing Region-at-Large, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists.
Springs student Ken Jiao ’18 has been named a Top 300 Scholar in the 77th Regeneron Science Talent Search—one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious science and mathematics competition for high school seniors—for his continued research in breast cancer metastasis.