To build a learning community where students are creative, compassionate, responsible citizens of a global society.
We inspire our students through the arts, communication, and exploration in a collaborative, multicultural community to be courageous citizens who are difference makers.
Board of Directors adopts a three-year strategic plan
Student population increases from 262 to 270.
Student population increases from 246 to 262. The renovation of the 4th floor is completed. The renovated facilities provide dedicated classroom space for visual arts, technology, spanish, english language learners and literacy support.
ISAAC commits to the rigorous process of full Expeditionary Learning accreditation.
Student population increases from 191 to 246 students. The additional (55) seats are evenly distributed throughout the 6, 7 and 8th grades.
Completion of $1.9 renovation that provides the school with its first physical education, adventure, performance space and third floor space adding a total of 10 new classrooms.
ISAAC is accepted to become part of the Expeditionary Learning network of schools and commits to a rigorous year of professional development for staff focusing on student assessment and achievement.
ISAAC initiates a commitment to infusing technology into the curriculum by hiring a full-time technology teacher/coordinator, purchasing a laptop for every teacher and it's first mobile laptop cart.
ISAAC purchases the former YMCA Building at 190 Governor Winthrop Boulevard, its current location, and begins renovation.
ISAAC reaches full middle school status with 115 students in grade 6, 7 and 8, and the Connecticut Board of Education renews ISAAC's charter.
The Interdistrict School for Arts and Communication (ISAAC) receives its charter from the Connecticut State Board of Education.
Parents from the Regional Multicultural Magnet School petition the state to create a magnet middle school in New London with a vision to integrate art, music, and multicultural education.