Mary Castle School of International Studies is located on a twenty-two acre site in the north central portion of Lawrence Township and was built in 1970. It was dedicated to Mrs. Mary Evelyn Castle, Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township’s Elementary Curriculum Director.
Mary Castle has a diverse student population that has continued to change over the past ten years. The socio-economic status of families attending Mary Castle has contributed to the diversity of the student population.
The staff at Mary Castle School of International Studies works to develop global citizens and prepare students to live in a global, multicultural society.
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Student Enrollment for 2016-17: 700 students in grades one through six.
White - 34%
View the school snapshot from the Indiana Department of Education.
Black - 30%
Hispanic - 26%
Asian - 2%
Multiracial - 8%