Indianapolis Classical Schools’ Parent Support Team (PST)

Join ICS (Herron HS and Riverside HS) to create an environment where parents and guardians feel embraced by the schools’ culture and who lead activities that build relationships.

Embrace the Indianapolis Classical School’s Core Values and Mission: 

  • Continue building a strong community of HHS & RHS parent/guardian supporters to:
    • Develop and ensure ongoing communication between students, parents, and community
    • Encourage and increase active parent involvement and support in school and fundraising activities.
    • Assist fellow parents and guardians by building a strong support system
    • Develop and lead efforts that create a lifelong affinity for HHS and RHS


  • Build a strong team of reliable parent volunteer leaders to:
    • Create/host opportunities for parents/guardians to interact and form bonds by planning and implementing (a few ideas):
      • New Parent Ice Cream Social
      • Alumni Parent Trivia Night (Fundraising/Social)
      • Phone Brigade (Advocacy/Culture)
      • HHS/RHS Parent Potluck (Social)
      • Parent Bash Planning Committee (Social/Fundraising)
      • Teacher Appreciation Week (Culture)
    • Learn more about your student’s education and gain meaningful information and skills to help educate beyond the classroom.
      • Parent Info Sessions (the following are examples of what could be…)
        • How to help your student prep for ISTEP or SAT, etc.
        • How to help your children be successful through High School
        • How to help your children apply for scholarships and FASFA
      • Meet and socialize with current and alumni ICS parents and guardians


  • We are looking for parents/guardians that are POSITIVE mentors and leaders that want to get involved.                                                                                                                 

Contact Azia Watts, Parent Outreach Coordinator at or complete this form to receive Parent Support Team updates & invitations.                        

Updated 11/3/2017