Indianapolis Public Schools is a public school district located in Indianapolis, IN. It has 30,946 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 40% in reading.
Indianapolis Public Schools Rankings
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- A587 Students
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- B+488 Students
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Indianapolis Public Schools Reviews
I currently attend Ivy Tech Community College and so far, everything has been great! The enrollment process was straight forward and easy to navigate. Any time that I need assistance they have plenty of staff available to help as well. My first semester was easy to attend and communication with the teachers was fluid. If any problem arose, they were immediately addressed. Their online platform for taking courses online was surprisingly easy to learn and navigate. I feel incredibly blessed to have a community college available to me at a price point that is affordable and a staff that is so eager to help me better my life.
I didn't know much about the state's until I moved to Indiana from Germany in 2016. Having lived near many public schools and shared memorable experiences with friends that attended these school systems, I noticed how proper and influential the schools were. It's hard to galvanize and cultivate young adults of different ethnicities and beliefs under one roof, but the district's in Indiana manage to do it quite well. Yes, you may experience alterations and obstacles within the systems, but getting through them is part of maturing in life. I'd say that these public schools enable you to find yourself and help you get accustomed to every day experiences! That is my out look on things as a whole!
Hi, I'm a freshman at the new highschool, Purdue Polytechnic Highschool in Indianapolis, IN. PPHS is well known for reinventing High School. What I mean by "reinventing" is that PPHS uses laptops, class furniture is more modern than regular schools,and curriculum is very unique versus average schooling. Our textbooks, grades, notes, and assignments all wrapped up in a laptop. Our school furniture is more updated to fit a classroom for 2017 and to support our core values. PPHS's core values are communication, innovation, and collaboration. Our education we receive at PPHS is unique. Instead of waiting half a school year to earn a credit. You can get one at PPHS within weeks. Also, instead of finals, we do big project cycles. We're given a challenge by companies, businesses, or organizations to help solve their problem. These projects typically last for 4-6 weeks. PPHS is more than meets the eye. I hope parents and students see the amount of innovation and potential PPHS has!