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Welcome to School Athletics!

Terrence Johnson
IMSA Athletic Director 
Dear IMSA Families:

Welcome to the start of the 2023 -2024 athletics season. Currently, we are offering HS soccer, HS volleyball, and MS Volleyball! If you received a physical last year and it is on file at IMSA, you will not be required to have another physical on file for this sports season. If you did not have one last year, you will still be required to have one. We will keep families up to date.

Terrence Johnson, IMSA Athletic Director

Assistant Athletic Director 

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Charles Pryor
Dean of Students
Coach Pryor is in his third year as the boy's basketball coach. He attended Lawrence North High school where he earned a varsity letter for two years while playing at Lawrence North High school. He later continued his basketball career at Marian University. He spent most of his professional career working for the NCAA, running a basketball mentoring program where he mentored and worked with some of the country's top high school basketball players. Many of the players go on to become NBA first-round picks. After leaving NCAA for 11 years, he traveled the world for leisure and did basketball consulting globally. Mr. Pryor has a youth basketball program called AWAIT, “All We Ask is Trust,” and is a huge advocate for youth sports. He is active in his community as well. He is the father of two. He loves the game of basketball. He loves to travel, watch sports, fashion, and family time. Use basketball, don't let basketball use you!"

Athletic Resources

Basketball Head Coach

Role at school
Coming Soon!

Assistant Basketball Coach 



Volleyball Head Coach

Volleyball coach
Millicent "Missy" Fahie 
Special Ed Teacher
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Kaitlin Emmett
HS ELA Teacher 
Millicent "Missy" Fahie has been a volleyball coach since 2006 and has coached and mentored over 300 girls in her coaching career. Her coaching career started at Sportzone as a recreational coach. Since then, Coach Millicent "Missy" Fahie coached at Arlington School for two years (2013/2014 season) as Head Coach, Pike High School (2016/2017 season) as JV Coach, and Thrival Academy (2021/2022 seasons) as Head Coach.  She is a native of Connersville, Indiana, and moved to Indianapolis, Indiana in 2003. Millicent "Missy" Fahie is an avid community service leader who organizes community events to help the homeless population of downtown Indianapolis. During the day, Millicent "Missy" Fahie is a Human Resources Manager for a Nursing home facility. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, especially her 3 grandchildren. 
Kaitlin Emmett is our HS ELA teacher. Kaitlin Emmett is not just a teacher; she is a mentor, a source of inspiration, and a beacon of knowledge for her students. Her impact reaches far beyond the walls of her classroom, shaping the lives of countless young individuals who are fortunate enough to be under her guidance. As a high school English teacher, she continues to inspire and nurture the minds of the future, leaving an indelible mark on the world of education.

Soccer Head Coach 

Thomas Harrell
HS STEM Teacher
Coach Harrell is in his first year coaching the soccer team. He went to Bedford North Lawrence High School. He was a varsity letter winner for three years. Harrell earned scholar-athlete honors and all-conference honorable mention and was named the Mayor’s Choice award winner. For travel soccer, Harrell played for Cutters Soccer Club in Bloomington, In. After high school, he played one year of soccer at Marian University. Harrell graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor's Degree in Education.
Coach Harrell is the high school STEM teacher at IMSA North. He is married to Kaylyn, who is a 1st-grade teacher in Brownsburg. Together, they have a daughter named Tavi (1). They enjoy family walks and going on trips out of town.
Harrell enjoys working in his yard, playing soccer, and working out in his free time. Coach Harrell’s favorite memory as the soccer coach is the bus ride home after the Lutheran game.

Assistant Soccer Coach

Alexis Jollif
HS Math Teacher
Alexis Jollif is not just a math teacher; she is a mentor, a motivator, and a source of inspiration for her students. Her commitment to nurturing mathematical talent and fostering a love for numbers is evident in the success stories of her many pupils. As a high school math teacher, she continues to illuminate the path to mathematical mastery, leaving an indelible mark on the world of education.
Coming Soon!