General Questions

LCIS is a tuition-free public charter school. Costs/fees are similar to those of other local public schools including school lunch and book rental.

Yes, we are partnered with Hoosier Uplands for before and after school care. Before care is from 6:30 am to the start of school. There is a $5 enrollment fee and cost is $4/day/child. After care is from the end of school day to 5:45 pm and is free for all! You can sign up for these programs here.

Yes, we will have bus stops around the county. For more information, check out our bus information page.

Yes! We are proud of our Phoenix athletes!  Please contact Donnie Thomas at for more information.

Yes, we will have choir. Band and orchestra are still under development, but we hope to offer them soon!

Yes, you can apply here: this form can be mailed to 223 Old Farm Road, Bedford, IN 47421; emailed to, or dropped off during the school day.

Yes, as a public school, we must follow all Indiana state standards and requirements.

School begins at 8:00, the tardy bell is 8:15. Breakfast starts being served at 7:45.

Students who are not in the before-school program can arrive as early as 7:30am.

Students who are in the before-school program can arrive as early as 6:30.

The school days ends at 3:00pm. We will begin releasing elementary car riders at 2:45 and middle school car riders at 2:50.

Students in the after-school program can be picked up as late as 5:45pm.

Breakfast starts at 7:45am and is served Monday through Friday as long as it is a normal school day.

A split class refers to a class that is made up of students from two or more grades.

Kindergarten and sixth grade both have state required vaccinations that must be given before they can start school. Many children will have already received these vaccinations as part of their regular vaccine schedule. If you are unsure if your child has his or her required vaccinations, you can reach out to the LCIS school nurse or your child’s primary care provider.

The United States Department of Agriculture has approved all schools to offer free breakfast and lunch to all students regardless of income for the 2021-2022 school year.

For à la carte items, you can visit: to add funds to your student(s) lunch account.

We are always grateful for the generosity of our families and community. For donations, please contact Trisha Turner at or Joanne Symcox at

Contact our school nurse and you will need to bring the following items:

  1. The medication in its original prescription container.
  2. An order from your medical provider.

The medication will remain at the school for the entire school year.

If your child takes a medication that must be kept with them at all times, such as an inhaler, you will need documentation from your medical provider stating this requirement.

If you have additional questions about your child’s medication administration, please contact the LCIS school nurse.

Yes, our building is wheelchair accessible.

You can log in to our e-Funds for Schools site: For more information about logging in, please contact the school at 812-807-6001.

PowerSchool Questions

The PowerSchool application for LCIS is completely separate from any other school system and thus it is not possible to link PowerSchool accounts from other school systems. You will need to log into the LCIS PowerSchool separately. For the best experience, we recommend logging in from a desktop computer.

The district code for LCIS PowerSchool is MBBD.

Please contact the LCIS Principal, Joanne Simcox, at

COVID Questions

Masks are required for students in school and on buses for the time being. We will continue to monitor changes in state and federal guidance and will adjust our policies accordingly.

As a public school, LCIS requires students to have all state required vaccines. At this time, the COVID vaccine is not required.

If your child has a medical or religious vaccine exemption, you need to complete this form and then submit it to LCIS school nurse.