ISA SHADOW PROGRAM
Shadow Application Form: ISA Shadow Program for Current 8th Graders: (Students interested in enrolling as a Freshman in 2014-2015).
Thank you for your interest in the International School of the Americas! We are very excited to show you all we have to offer to incoming students and their families. Below are the details of our shadowing program. We hope this will tell you all you need to know about this opportunity.
WHY: The shadow program is designed to allow students to “try-on” the ISA experience before committing to applying/attending the school as a freshman. It also offers parents the opportunity to learn about the school, tour the facility, and meet with a number of ISA faculty members.
WHAT: Students and parents will come to ISA before for a brief information session. Then, students will attend ISA classes while parents get a tour of the campus and have a question/answer session with members of the ISA faculty.
WHO: Any current eighth grader who is interested in learning more about ISA. There will be a part of the program for parents as well.
WHEN: Each shadow day, the program will run from 9:15 am to 11:15 am.
The dates shadowing will be offered:
Thursday, January 23rd CLOSED
Tuesday, January 28th
Thursday, January 30th
Monday, February 3rd
All shadow dates meet from 9:15 to 11:15 AM.
Both parents and students are invited and encouraged to attend. Please sign in at the ISA Main Office on your Shadow date.
WHERE: Sign in as a visitor in the ISA Main Office, located on the first floor of the ISA building. ISA is located on the Montview Street side of Lee High School campus, 1400 Jackson Keller. Parking is available in a lot located on the corner of Jackson Keller and Montview.
Please arrive early because parking is limited due to construction.
HOW: Complete the registration form below.
PLEASE NOTE: The absence your student will receive is not automatically an excused absence for his/her middle school. We will be happy to provide a note for you to show your middle school attendance office. However, it is up to the middle school to decide whether it is excused or school business.