Accelerated Christian Education
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ISC 2017
The 2017 International Student Convention is almost here. Below you
will find some important information needed to attend this year’s ISC, May 20–25.
See you in Pennsylvania!

Physical Location
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
1011 South Drive
Indiana, Pennsylvania 15705

Campus Map
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
is located approximately 75 miles (121 km) from
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT).

Information Booklets
Information Booklet U.S. Information Booklet Non-U.S.
Please click the appropriate information booklet for details about:
  • Finances—school registration fees and discounts
  • Registration
  • Early and late arrivals
  • Transportation
  • Guests
  • Suggested off-campus housing
  • On-campus meals
  • Events—changes, early submissions, and Open Competition
  • Judging—guidelines, forms, and applications
Early entry must be postmarked and sent to A.C.E. by April 1 for International non-U.S. schools and April 14 for U.S. schools.
To find more Convention information, visit the ISC website.

Additional Activities
Visit the Global Booth area to learn more about student programs and opportunities for service:
  • BLESS See photos of BLESS children your school may have helped support.
  • Service Adventure Learn how to get involved in next year’s short-term mission trip.
  • Educational Assistance Discover the many opportunities for participating in educational missions around the world.
  • Accelerated College of the Bible International (ACBI) Obtain scholarship information and find out how the new distance learning college can benefit you.
  • Photo Opportunities Stop by for pictures with the mascots, with your favorite A.C.E. character, and with your friends in another country setting.
Encourage your students to watch other students compete so they can get new ideas as well as learn and improve their own events for the following year.
If looking for something different to do, visit the ISC Game Zone. New challenges each day include:
  • Scrabble®
  • Three-on-Three Volleyball and Basketball
  • Scripture Detectives
  • Brain Teasers
  • Treasure Hunts
  • Soccer

Thank you for training your staff and students to be tolerant by your example and willingness to serve others.

Tolerant—Accepting others and willing to endure their beliefs and actions with which I do not agree. Let us not therefore judge one another any more: but judge this rather, that no man put a stumblingblock or an occasion to fall in his brother’s way. Romans 14:13