Admission to the Indiana Academy is selective and based upon previous academic records, teacher recommendations, student short-answer essays, and a standardized test taken within the last six months (SAT, PSAT, PLAN, or ACT). Approximately 165 residential and 25 non-residential students are admitted to the two-year program each fall. Enrollment for 2014-2015 will be approximately 300 residential and 25 non-residential students, including both juniors and seniors. Prospective students and parents are encouraged to visit the Academy.
|Priority Deadline||February 1|
|Final Deadline||May 15|
|Following the Priority Admission application decision notifications, the Office of Admissions will utilize a rolling admission process (first-come, first-serve) until our final deadline on May 15.|
The Indiana Academy is funded by the Indiana state legislature. Education is provided to students at no cost to parents. Families of residential students pay a room and board fee of $2,550 per year (plus a $100 enrollment deposit to reserve the student’s place) and a textbook and supplies fee of $260 per year. Families of non-residential students pay $200 per year (including a $100 enrollment fee to reserve the student’s place) and a textbook and supply fee of $260 per year. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Residential students are furnished three meals a day, seven days a week. In addition, all students receive a wireless laptop computer to use while enrolled at the Academy. Other expenses that may be incurred by parents are for transportation, personal items for students, and optional laptop computer insurance. Please see the link below for additional information about fees.