ISVI provides educational and related services for children from, birth to twenty-two years of age. They provide a preschool, elementary and high school. ISVI offers a living program that teaches students how to live independently. Students learn money management, meal planning and preparation, housekeeping, decision making, and accessing community resources. Class size is normally limited to a student-faculty ratio of 7 to 1. Students may participate in mainstreamed education classes at local public schools. ISVI offers a broad array of social and recreational activities to all students through the residential living programs during evenings and weekends. Some extra activities include track, cheer leading, swimming, wrestling, goal ball, choir and forensics. Employment opportunities are available for students in both on and off-campus settings. Educational services are provided at no cost to parents. Today nationwide this is one of the most prestige's visually impaired schools for your loved ones to attend.