Schools (Public & Private)


Bishop Chatard High School
5885 N. Crittenden Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Bishop Chatard High School, a dynamic educational environment for young men and women with different life experiences, is directed to the success of each student, focused on the growth of the whole person, and modeled on the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church. Bishop Chatard High School prepares students for the life-long commitment to faith, learning, leadership and service.

Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School
2801 W. 86th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School is a private college preparatory school founded by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits). Enrollment is approximately 811 students in grades 9 to 12. Admission is highly selective and based upon a competitive examination (STS High School Placement Test).

Cardinal Ritter High School
3360 W. 30th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46222

Cardinal Ritter High School is a private, Catholic school serving grades 7-12 for over 30 years! We strive for excellence in faith, academics, athletics, the arts and culture. We offer a faith-filled educational experience in a strong academic setting.

Cathedral High School
5225 E. 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226

Cathedral High School is a private, Catholic, co-educational, preparatory school dedicated to the holistic development of its students. Relying on principles enunciated at its foundation in 1918, Cathedral seeks to present diverse and qualified young men and women an education which provides avenues for spiritual, intellectual, social and physical growth. While its immediate objective is to ready its students for admission to college and for success therein, Cathedral’s ultimate goal is to guide them toward being competent, concerned, responsible and ethical members of society. To these ends, the school utilizes the more traditional modes of instruction derived from its Catholic heritage expecting in learning and performance, in both academic and extracurricular arenas, an excellence consistent with ability.

Covenant Christian High School
7525 W. 21st Street
Indianapolis, IN 46214

In implementing the mission of Covenant Christian High School , the curriculum guides for all subjects are based upon the truth found in the inspired, inerrant, and authoritative Word of God. Through this academic approach, CCHS seeks to influence each student to develop and deepen his or her relationship with God through Jesus Christ. CCHS has adopted an open enrollment policy, not requiring membership in any denomination or church or even that the student has a relationship with Christ. All we insist upon is that the student, and his or her parents, be open to the idea of considering that relationship.

Emmaus Lutheran School
1224 Laurel Street
Indianapolis, IN 46203

Emmaus Lutheran School emphasizes loving care and concern for all students. Teachers meet with all parents and students before the school year begins in order to establish a strong parent-teacher relationship. Our students are not only taught how to develop their own self-esteem, but they learn how to love others through what they are taught each day. We also emphasize positive student behavior. Our school’s firm but fair discipline policy is Christ-centered and directed toward creating a safe and positive environment in which all students have the greatest potential for learning.

Greenwood Christian Academy
512 S. Madison Avenue
Greenwood, IN 46142

Greenwood Christian Academy exists to glorify God by serving as an extension of Christian homes in providing an educational environment that integrates Christian principles and truths within the context of exemplary academics and extra-curricular programs. The desired result of these endeavors is that young men and women pursue Christ-centered living and follow God’s call upon their lives.

Hasten Hebrew Academy of Indianapolis
6602 Hoover Road
Indianapolis IN 46260

Hasten Hebrew Academy offers a learning environment that fosters the religious, social and academic growth of all students.

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish
5692 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish has grown to a thriving Catholic Community of about 2300 households, a school enrollment of nearly 600, a religious education program to serve the needs of about 200 more children as well as many other organizations and ministries for people of all ages.

International School of Indiana
200 W. 49th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46208

At the International School of Indiana, students pursue a stimulating academic curriculum and become fluent in more than one language. Students are challenged to attain the highest international standards and to develop as responsible citizens of Indiana, the United States and the world.

Kingsway Christian School
7979 E. County Road 100 N.
Avon, IN 46123

During our history, Kingsway Christian School has earned a reputation for producing quality students steeped in strong academics, as well as spiritual and social skills. Because KCS is accredited by the State of Indiana, we participate in the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress (ISTEP+) each fall in grades 3 through 8. While our results are testimony to the KCS program, we do not stop here in our evaluation and improvement. Our goal is to continually upgrade and enhance our curriculum and provide greater opportunity to each and every student. Preschool through 8th grade.

Lutheran High School
5555 S. Arlington Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46237

The mission of Lutheran High School is to prepare young adults for life by offering within a Christian setting the finest in academic education.

The Orchard School
615 W. 64th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260

The Orchard School curriculum and extended programs are designed to provide students with a broad base of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and experiences that become the foundation for continued education, varied career choices and resources for life-long learning and a productive quality of life. Following years of ongoing research, development and review, faculty have documented Orchard’s core curriculum. Curriculum is reviewed annually and updated when appropriate.

Park Tudor
7200 N. College Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46240

Our comprehensive college preparatory program includes 22 Advanced Placement courses and our unique Global Scholars program for juniors and seniors. Each year, 100% of our graduates are admitted to competitive four-year colleges and universities and receive advanced standing and merit scholarships. We offer an extensive financial aid program, with nearly $2 million in financial aid offered annually.

St. Richard’s School
33 E. 33rd Street
Indianapolis, IN 46205

Independent Episcopal day school for grades pre-Kindergarten through eighth. Their mission is to instill knowledge and values for a lifetime through a superior education with a classic curriculum enriched by the inclusion of ethnic, racial, and socioeconomic diversity, and by the resources of our urban community. Shape our students’ intellectual, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual gifts by maintaining high academic expectations and ethical standards, and by encouraging and teaching moral and religious values, respect, service, and discipline in a climate of enthusiasm and joy.

Sycamore School
1750 W. 64th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46260

Private independent day school created by parents and educators to meet the academic needs of gifted children. In its eighteen-year history, Sycamore students have distinguished themselves with many honors and awards for outstanding academic achievement and service in various areas.


Avon Community Schools
7203 E. US Highway 36
Avon, IN 46123

Curriculum enhancement and evaluation are ongoing processes to maintain a high level of effectiveness. The school district continues to address re-districting, facility planning, curriculum development, Public Law 221, and various other topics for planning purposes. To determine the physical needs and a master plan for Avon, feasibility studies occur on a regular basis.

Beech Grove City Schools
5334 Hornet Avenue
Beech Grove, IN 46107

The mission of Beech Grove City Schools, in partnership with parents and the community, is to build a culture of excellence in which all students are challenged to meet high academic standards, motivated to become life-long learners, and prepared for success in a competitive global society.

Brownsburg Community School Corporation
444 E. Tilden Drive
Brownsburg, IN 46112

Brownsburg Community School Corporation will provide, within a secure environment, an engaging, relevant educational program with academic opportunities for all students to pursue their maximum intellectual potential. Social and physical opportunities will also be provided to students to encourage them to become well-rounded individuals. Reaching maximum achievement will prepare students to live productively and responsibly in a technical, global society.

Carmel Clay Schools
5201 E. 131st Street
Carmel, IN 46033

The Core Values are that students are provided a safe school environment, the curriculum and instruction that maximizes each student’s academic potential, a nurturing environment that supports student learning, that students have opportunities to participate in well-rounded curricular and extracurricular programs to support their development, that students have access to a highly qualified, student-centered staff and that up-to-date facilities and resources support the educational program. Parents are partners in each child’s education with school as an integral part of the community. Decisions are based on what is best for all students and continuous improvement promotes excellence in education.

Center Grove Community School Corporation
2929 S. Morgantown Road
Greenwood, IN 46143

The district serves over 6,700 students in one high school, one middle school and six elementary schools. Center Grove continues to be one of the fastest growing districts in Indiana. Its superior schools are cited as a major reason for moving to the area.

MSD of Decatur Township
5275 Kentucky Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46221

Our corporation ensures that students with varying rates of learning are provided with opportunities that make the most of their strong suits while improving in areas that require extra assistance. Curriculum & Instruction staff provide technological assistance and offer corporation employees award-winning staff development training. Thanks to the expertise of the C&I Department, MSD of Decatur Township is recognized across the nation for its outstanding staff development programs. The American Association of School Administrators named the department a National Exemplar in staff development.

Franklin Township Community School Corporation
6141 S. Franklin Road
Indianapolis, IN 46259

The Franklin Township Community’s mission is to inspire and instill in every student a passion for lifelong learning enabling them to develop the attitudes, skills, and talents to become responsible citizens prepared to compete and flourish in an ever-changing world.

Hamilton Southeastern Schools
13910 E. 126th Street
Fishers, IN 46038

Hamilton Southeastern, as an innovative school community, provides an educational opportunity for each student to achieve maximum potential to become a responsible citizen and influence an ever-changing world community.

Indianapolis Public School System
120 E. Walnut Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204

IPS is the state’s largest school district, serving more than 40,000 students in 79 schools. More than 6,000 employees – evenly split between teachers and support personnel – work daily to provide an educational atmosphere that encourages student success. Increasing student achievement is IPS’ number one goal.

Andrew J. Brown Academy (Charter School)
3600 N. German Church Road
Indianapolis, IN 46208-0000

“Back to basics” curriculum that is academically challenging, morally anchored and supported by high accountability. “Operation Breakthrough” ensures that all students reach their academic potential with the following guidelines: Student needs, not past practices, are the focus; Reading is priority #1 and math #2; Class size may be fluid and flexible in order to meet student needs; Students are homogenously grouped; Gateways between classes are in place so that students can move up or down depending on academic need; Struggling students are given more time during the school day to master skills that will move them to grade level; High-end students are given more challenge and breadth; Schedules are built around student need. Each child is challenged and where each child moves to grade level and beyond much more quickly. Corporation/authorizing entity: Mayor of Indianapolis. Grades: KG-6

MSD of Lawrence Township
7601 E. 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226

The seventh largest school district in the state, the MSD of Lawrence Township serves 16,000+ students. Throughout Indiana, Lawrence Township is recognized as a “lighthouse” school district, a reputation built over the years based on the district’s award-winning staff, high-achieving students, supportive community, innovative educational programs, and nationally recognized character education initiative.

Mooresville Consolidated School Corporation
320 N. Indiana Street
Mooresville, IN 46158

All Mooresville schools operate with the belief that the involvement of parents in schooling process is critical to the child’s success. MCSC offers many opportunities for parents to participate in the school community. Parents are also encouraged to support their children in all of the school academic and extra-curricular programs.

Noblesville Schools
1775 Field Drive
Noblesville, IN 46060

Knowledge is the foundation for success. All individuals shall be given an equal opportunity to acquire the skills needed for continuous learning. Learning is a shared responsibility of everyone in the Noblesville Schools’ community. The pursuit of excellence in learning will be fostered in an environment of mutual respect, dignity, and trust.

MSD of Perry Township
6548 Orinoco Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227

Identified by Money Magazine as one of the best 100 public school districts in America in affordable communities.

MSD of Pike Township
6901 Zionsville Road
Indianapolis, IN 46268

Recognized as an education leader for its high academic standards, innovative educational programs, state-of-the-art facilities, strong parental and community partnerships, and acclaimed educators.

Plainfield Community Schools
709 Stafford Road
Plainfield, IN 46168

Plainfield High School dedicates itself to creating and maintaining a positive educational environment which prepares students for their present and future roles. By providing a wide range of curricular and extracurricular experiences, Plainfield High School encourages each student to develop individual potential as a responsive member of society.

Speedway Schools
5357 W. 25th Street
Speedway, IN 46224

It is the mission of Speedway schools to inspire and prepare students to embrace the responsibilities of today and the possibilities of tomorrow.

MSD of Warren Township
9301 E. 18th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46229

The diverse school community is made up of Warren Central High School/Walker Career Center, which features a freshman academy as well as three middle schools, eleven elementary schools, and a 6-12 alternative school. MSDWT also has unique offerings, such as its early childhood center, serving children ages 3-5, and the parental choice of traditional or year-round calendars. Services are available for children ages 3-21.

MSD of Washington Township
8550 Woodfield Crossing Boulevard
Indianapolis, IN 46240

MSDWT offers a comprehensive educational curriculum with special activities and programs geared to provide enrichment, exploration, and instructional support for students. Parents have always played an active role in the operations of the district and each school furnishes a “Parent Center” to accommodate parents visiting the school.

MSD of Wayne Township
1220 S. High School Road
Indianapolis, IN 46241

The mission of the Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township, a partnership of students, staff, families, and community, is to ensure all students to acquire and apply knowledge, skills, processes, and values, to become lifelong learners and contributors to society through a comprehensive program of outstanding quality which enables them to develop their potential.