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Housing and Schools

Housing options in Bloomington are plentiful and affordable. One of the nice surprises about choosing to attend Indiana Law is the low cost of living (relative to major cities and the East and West Coasts). Most Indiana Law students live within walking distance of the law school buildings; in fact, many of the nearby apartment complexes are populated primarily by our students.

If you have children, Bloomington offers an array of public and private schools, as well as accredited day cares and preschool programs (including several IU day care centers that are on or near campus). Children can participate in academic teams, athletics, fine arts, performing arts, and publications. IU’s many precollege programs and institutes offer experiences with music, science, informatics, business, journalism, and more. Our high schools lead the state in instrumental and choral programs, state and national academic competitions, and athletic championships.

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Schools
Monroe County Community School Corporation

Administration Center
315 North Drive
(812) 330-7700

Bloomington Montessori School

Preschool and Grades K-6
1835 S. Highland Avenue
(812) 336-2800

Clear Creek Christian School

Grades K-6
5405 S. Rogers Street
(812) 824-2567

Harmony School

909 E. 2nd Street
(812) 334-8349

Lighthouse Christian Academy

Pre-K through Grade 12
1201 W. That Road
(812) 824-2000

St. Charles School

Preschool through Grade 8
2224 E. 3rd Street
(812) 336-5853