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The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired is nationally and internationally recognized for its excellence and best practices

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The Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) educates and invests in many children that, due to blindness/low vision or blindness/low vision and additional handicapping conditions, other schools cannot or have difficulty serving. Through its outreach initiatives, ISBVI provides services to children and young adults throughout the state who are blind or have low vision who are not enrolled at the School.

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Latest News

Town Hall Meeting

Save the date! A Town Hall Meeting has been scheduled to give an update on the new campus:

Tuesday, March 26, 2024
6:00 PM
ISBVI Auditorium


2024 - 2025 School Calendar

Check out the approved 2024 - 2025 ISBVI School Calendar.


Wrestling and Cheer

Congratulations to our wrestling and cheer teams! The teams attended conference January 26 - 27 in Illinois to wrap up their seasons.

The wrestling team brought home the 2nd place trophy, and the cheer team brought home the 4th place trophy. Two cheer team members placed in the top four with their individual routines. The wrestling team had three conference champion wrestlers who won in their class.

Every athlete who attended conference came home with a medal! Way to go, Rockets!


Goalball

Congratulations to the Goalball teams for fighting through a tough season against strong opposition and new coaching this year. The girls placed 8th out of 10 and the boys placed 7th out of 11 teams.


Strategic Plan

The ISBVI Board recently approved a new 5-year Strategic Plan for the School. The strategies within this plan will provide a roadmap for positioning ISBVI as the Center for Excellence for the state in educating students with blindness or low vision. This roadmap will be implemented in phases over the coming years as the school concurrently navigates its transition to a new state-of-the-art campus.