Giving

"A good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be poured into your lap..." (Luke 6:38)

                                             


 

Your help is needed to continue the work we are doing here at Indiana Academy. Here are some of the areas where you can give today:

student assistance

By supporting the Student Assistance Fund, you are a part of the reason that over 115 students are able to attend Indiana Academy every year. Donations to this fund go towards supporting those students who deserve a quality education but don't have the financial means to do so on their own. Whether it's a yearly or monthly gift, the students at IA are thankful for your continuous support. If you are a first-time donor, this is a great start to making a big impact.

LIBRARY RENOVATION

We are excited to begin raising funds to renovate and repurpose our Library. While this space has served the students of Indiana Academy for decades, it is time to update this space to meet the needs of our student body. We are planning a total renovation of the space as we convert it to a Collaborative Learning Commons, complete with new flooring, lighting, flexible seating, and access to the technology our students needs as they become digital citizens in the 21st century. Thank you for your prayerful consideration of supporting this exciting project. (The Library is the last classroom of the Ad Building yet to be renovated!)

completed - home economics classroom

We strive to provide well maintained and up-to-date facilities to the students who attend Indiana Academy. In the Spring of 2020, we began our most recent Campus Improvement project, the remodel of our Home Economics classroom! Our newly remodeled Home Economics classroom features all new epoxy flooring, stainless steel appliances and work surfaces, and movable tables and chairs to accommodate the varied used of the space. The amenities offered by this facility will not only be enjoyed by students enrolled in Essentials of Living; the room is frequently used for Health class and for preparing regional dishes in Spanish, English and History classes. Project 58 will utilize the space when sewing blankets for at-risk mother and visitors can request access to the room during events such as Alumni Weekend and Camp Meeting. Thank you to all of the donors who made this tremendous addition to campus possible!