Indiantown High School (IHS), a new technologically advanced public charter school focusing on college...
INDIANTOWN — Indiantown High School (IHS), a new technologically advanced public charter school focusing on college preparedness and career workforce education, welcomes incoming 9th- and 10th-grade students to apply for the 2023–2024 school year. The application for admission is available online at indiantownhs.irsc.edu.
Indiantown High School integrates traditional high school curriculum with workforce and college courses, producing graduates that can directly pursue career opportunities or higher education upon graduation. IHS students can advance academically through honors and Dual Enrollment courses or enter Career and Technical Education programs to graduate with work-ready industry certification in their chosen field.
“This fall, we look forward to welcoming new and returning students and faculty at our new, permanent Indiantown High School facility,” said Principal Lisa Davenport. “The building is expansive, offering many unique environments where students will thrive, whether they prepare for post-high-school educational opportunities or the workforce.”
Students enrolled for the 2023–2024 term will take classes in a state-of-the-art, 60,000-square-foot building on Southwest Citrus Boulevard. At a January 20 topping-off ceremony for the new facility, current IHS students and dignitaries signed a steel beam — ultimately installed at the highest point of the new structure’s roof — as a crowd of more than 200 community, civic, and business leaders celebrated alongside them. The building will be completed this summer and open for classes in August.
Indiantown High School is the second charter high school that Indian River State College operates in Martin County. The Clark Advanced Learning Center, a public charter high school on the College’s Chastain Campus in Stuart, opened in 2004. Clark is among the top-scoring Treasure Coast schools based on Florida’s school grading system and among the top 20 high schools in all of Florida.
Both Clark Advanced Learning Center and Indiantown High School are operated in partnership with the Martin County School District.