The National Merit Scholarship Program recently named 48 semifinalists from IMSA in its 2014 competition.
Sarah Lightfoot Vidal, a 2008 IMSA alumna and recent graduate of Drexel University in Philadelphia, has been given a Fulbright Student Grant to conduct research in Concepción, Chile.
Vinesh Kannan, a Junior from Schaumburg, excelled in the National Forensic League’s speech competition, earning 10th place out of 250 competitors in the Domestic Extemporaneous Speaking category.
Senior James Tao outdid himself this summer, winning a gold medal competing for Team USA at the International Mathematics Olympiad.
Saraswathi Nookala and Saurabh Kumar won the English Team's Award for Excellence in Expository Writing for the spring semester.
Moodle, a web application that IMSA uses for its online learning experiences and collaboration, underwent a major technical upgrade on June 4th and a subsequent makeover the next day.
Heliotrope 2013, IMSA's Arts and Literature Magazine is a fascinating collection of photography, poems, and short stories by our talented student body.
Dr. Maureen Robinson, Dean of Faculty at South Africa’s Stellenbosch University, visited IMSA on Wednesday, May 22
Senior Shelly Li and Junior Srisha Kotlo competed against 1,500 students in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) and both came away with admirable fourth place awards and $500 for their projects.
Gabriella Heller ’10 was awarded a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, which provides $7,500 towards the educational expenses of college sophomores and juniors doing who have a promising future in the natural sciences, math, or engineering.