ISS to launch largest capital campaign in school’s history

Indian Springs School will building plans as part of the launch of its largest capital campaign April 11. (Courtesy Lake | Flato Architects)

Indian Springs School will unveil building plans as part of the launch of its largest capital campaign April 11. (Courtesy Lake | Flato Architects)

By CASSANDRA MICKENS / Associate Editor

INDIAN SPRINGS VILLAGE — Indian Springs School will unveil building plans as part of the launch of its largest capital campaign April 11 at 3 p.m. in the ISS John Badham Theater.

The launch ceremony also serves as the kick-off for Alumni Weekend 2014.  At this time, ISS Director Gareth Vaughan, Board Chair Libby Pantazis  and Campaign Co-Chair and ISS alum Rusty Rushton will unveil building plans, the campaign’s monetary goal and the amount of money raised during the campaign’s silent phase from September 2013 to early April 2014.  Construction of new classrooms is slated to begin this summer.

The ceremony also will feature the release of a short campaign video and website, ISSspringseternal.org. About 300 students, faculty and alumni are expected to attend.