The International School of Indiana has named Elizabeth Head the third head of school, and the first female head in the school’s 25-year history. She joins the ISI staff with more than 20 years of international experience and bilingual leadership, building on ISI’s mission to prepare their students for the world stage through a culturally immersive education.
Head most recently served as general director of the Pan-American School in San Antonio de Belen, Costa Rica, a private, international, bilingual school, offering the full International Baccalaureate Programme, of approximately 600 students from 18 months to grade 12 in the Central Valley of Costa Rica. She also served as the school’s vice principal of primary and pre-school. Before joining the Pan-American School, Head was co-owner, co-founder and general director of the Lighthouse International School in Guachipelin, Costa Rica.
She will succeed the school’s second head of school, David Garner, who retired in June.