Indiana Math and Science Academies began with the opening of our west campus in 2007. The school proved itself to be very successful and in 2010 expanded with a second campus, IMSA North. Being an integral part of the community serving underserved students, IMSA most recently opened a south campus in 2013 to meet the growing demand of a rigorous public education. We celebrate changing the trajectory of students’ lives by offering them a college prep education focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). In the fall of 2014 IMSA High School was opened for all high school students in the 9th through the 12th grades. IMSA West is a kindergarten through 8th grade school and has paved the way for the IMSA schools that followed.
Students at IMSA graduate high school equipped with the 21st century skills ready to be successful in college and beyond. Programs that help our students gain such skills include, but are not limited to, technology classes, digital portfolios, internships, capstone projects, community service, participation in math and science competitions, and extra curricular activities.
Each academic year more than 1,500 students receive a great public education at IMSA which prepares them for college and beyond. There are many amazing stories of students overcoming obstacles in order to succeed.
IMSA’s have been granted charters from the Mayor’s office of Indianapolis and are managed by Concept Schools management company.