Welcome to our website.
ICAP or the Indian Cultural Association of Pittsburgh, was
established in 1978 in the North Hills area of Pittsburgh.
As the first Asian Indian school in the Pittsburgh
community, ICAP met the need for educating Indian students
about their rich heritage and cultural values.
Our focus at ICAP is to
provide our students with knowledge of the Hindi language
and the Indian culture. Our students range from
first graders to high school seniors. Our organization relies on
its member families for its proper functioning. It is the result of their dedication and participation
that has led to the success of ICAP over
the past 25 years.
ICAP classes are held every Sunday morning (from
September through June) at the Carson Middle School, 200 Hillvue Ln,
Pittsburgh, PA 15237.
We are currently in the
process of updating our website with a new look and feel
and hence several of the pages are still under
construction. However, feel free to browse
through our website and do
with any questions.