On a Gold color metal and enameled device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a shield blazoned: Sanguine, between two tomahawks in saltire, Or, three mascles each charge with a lozenge Sable, in base a stylized arrowhead bearing an Indian head in profile couped below shoulders of the second. Attached below the shield, a Gold scroll conjoined at the ends with two laurels Black and inscribed on the dexter "ISTROUMA" and on the sinister "INDIANS" in Black letters.
Maroon and black are the school colors. Maroon is symbolic of the courage of cadets as leaders in the school and the community. Black signifies the determination to succeed in all endeavors. The tomahawks crossed between three Indian's lozenges symbolize the indigenous people of the schools location; the arrowhead charged with an Indian is the school's mascot and reflects the pride, honor and loyalty of the cadet's military training.
The shoulder loop insignia was authorized 12 April 2011.