Indian River Charter High School – Staff Favorite
Vero Beach, Florida
Indian River Charter High School (IRCHS) was founded in 1998 as a small, public high school, with an emphasis on character development, academic achievement, career preparation, and cultural awareness. With an enrollment limited to 670, the school operates under the auspices of a private non-profit organization and is guided by a community Board of Directors.
Situated next to Indian River State College Mueller Campus, students are encouraged to participate in dual enrollment. Currently, IRCHS is rated an “A” school by Florida’s School Rating System and has been the highest rated high school in Indian River County for the past 10 years. The mission of the Indian River Charter High School is to give its students the opportunity to develop a new set of competencies and foundational skills that will help them enjoy a productive, full, and satisfying life. This school is highly recommended to students who are interested in visual and performing arts.
School Type: Charter
School Size: 650
Class Size: 18
Grades Accepted: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th
Type of Students Accepted: Year, Semester, January Arrivals, Students Intending to Graduate, ASE
Sports: Dance, Golf
Extracurricular Activities: Chorus, Dance, Multimedia Production, Music, Nature and Outdoors, Painting, Sports, Theater/Drama, Visual Arts, Volunteer Work, Other Clubs: Birding Club, Campus Life, Cooking Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), History Club, Humans VS Zombies, Key Club International, Leadership, Model UN, Multicultural Club, National Honor Society, Photography Club, Science Club, Socialized Comp.