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ready for college


ready for college, prepared for the world.

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ready for college


ready for college, prepared for the world.

I chose Springs because I wanted a challenge. I wanted to be able to experience new things and prepare myself for college, and life in general. Springs is the place for it.
— Taylor, 10th Grade Boarder, Helena, Alabama
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aim high


our students 
love learning.

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aim high


our students 
love learning.

My favorite thing about Springs is the curriculum. Springs is definitely challenging but the way they teach is so much fun.
— Joseph Copeland, Sophomore
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take the lead


set your
own course.

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take the lead


set your
own course.

Indian Springs is very self-guided. You pick your classes and you manage your time. There’s not somebody hovering over you. It requires a lot of responsibility.
— 10th Grade Boarder
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be inspired


creativity isn't just for the arts.

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be inspired


creativity isn't just for the arts.

When you’re around other people that let you be yourself, that’s when you become yourself.
— 10th Grader
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dig deep


turn knowledge
into action.

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dig deep


turn knowledge
into action.

At its core the Garden embodies the Indian Springs belief that education can be many things: challenging, rigorous, valuable, and fun. 

Learning experiences like the Garden highlight the Springs approach of taking lessons from a book and applying them to real life. An understanding of how a single apple grows is more important than the number of bushels grown. At Springs school lessons and life lessons are the same, and they get shared throughout the day.

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jump in - give back


our students want
to make a difference.

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jump in - give back


our students want
to make a difference.

Passion encourages motivation, and motivation generates results. We encourage our students to be open-minded and determined to change society for the better. 

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take the field


competition is
where we shine.

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take the field


competition is
where we shine.

Whether you are racing down the court on a fast break or cheering on the game-winning goal, athletics brings together committed players, exceptional coaches and excited fans. Indian Springs students are proud of their school, and their spirit unites the community. Proving that grit trumps size, the 2014 Boys Soccer Team won the State Championship. Indian Springs also competes in volleyball, softball and baseball, as well as basketball, tennis, golf and cross-country. Emphasizing the multiple roles faculty have, and their commitment to students, many faculty members teach during the day and continue their commitments in the afternoons and evenings by coaching athletic and scholastic teams. 

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move in


our campus
your community.

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move in


our campus
your community.

What makes Indian Springs special is its diversity. It brings together individuals and helps them create a community. Boarding builds bridges between people and cultures, creating opportunities for new styles of learning, understanding and growth.

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take a drive


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take a drive


Take a drive through the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains to a 350-acre campus fifteen minutes from Birmingham, Alabama. 

The school is part of its own natural environment filled with biking and hiking trails, a lake and many other opportunities for outdoor recreation. Indian Springs is also part of a thriving, technologically advanced city with over a million people in its greater metropolitan area. Home to world-class cultural institutions including the Birmingham Museum of Art, the McWane Science Center, and the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Birmingham also boasts the award-winning Regions Baseball Park, Red Mountain Park, and the nearby Oak Mountain State Park. Birmingham also has a renowned restaurant scene and is an innovation hub. What makes Indian Springs School so unique is that it has the beauty, intimacy and security of a small-town setting just minutes from the quality of life only a city can offer.

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visit us


schedule a visit 

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visit us


schedule a visit