Principal Letter

Dear FSI-Middle Community,

I would like to welcome all our students back to in-person learning after more than a year of virtual instruction. The teachers, administrators, and support staff at FSI-Middle are very excited to see students in our hallways and classrooms again.

We are still going through difficult times with the current COVID-19 pandemic. The health and safety of our community is of utmost concern. We are taking several necessary measures to reduce the impact of the pandemic on the health of our community members, as well as the learning of our students.

We will do our best to close the learning gap that may have occurred due to the pandemic in the last two years. My goal is to make sure that our students are learning and growing when they are in our classrooms. I want our students to have an amazing school experience where they discover their talents and become fully prepared for the outside world. Every single one of our students is capable of achieving their dreams and the FSI-Middle staff is honored and proud to help them in their journey of becoming productive citizens and lifelong learners.

     Thank you for entrusting us with your child's education. We look forward to partnering with you as we work toward personalizing learning experiences for all students. 

Elyar Isgandarli, Principal
Frontier School of Innovation-Middle

About Principal

Elyar Isgandarli has been an educator for twelve years. He started his career in education in 2009 as a computer and mathematics teacher. In 2011, he joined the Frontier School System and taught middle and high school math, ACT math, automation & robotics and character education. He later served as an assistant principal/college counselor for several years before becoming the school principal in 2018 at Frontier Schools.


Mr. Elyar earned his Bachelor of Science in Drilling Engineering from Azerbaijan State Oil Academy (Baku, Azerbaijan) in 2009. He later earned a Master of Arts in Educational Administration from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Currently, he is in the Interdisciplinary PhD Program in Educational Administration and Curriculum & Instruction at UMKC and working on his dissertation