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International School of Indiana
#1 Best High Schools for the Arts in Indiana
- Private School
- Indianapolis, IN
- PK, K-12
- Rating 4.05 out of 5 83 reviews
Parent: We sent our pre-K child to this school, with intentions of leave him there for a few years until we bought a house in which we would switch him to that school district. Regardless of where we move we’ll absolutely be leaving him at ISI. His teacher was absolutely amazing in every way, The staff is always friendly and can answer/resolve any questions/issues you may have, all staff members genuinely care about the kids. Additionally The language immersion is integrated into the curriculums so well, it far exceeded my expectations. The lesson plans, daily activities, events, and Programs all appear thought out and well planned. I genuinely love having my kiddo at the school, because I know he’s in good hands. I have intentions of leaving him at ISI regardless of where we live!
- 575 Students
- 6:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Herron High School
#2 Best High Schools for the Arts in Indiana
- Public School
- Indianapolis, IN
- Rating 3.84 out of 5 300 reviews
Senior: Initially I was not too keen on going to this school, the reason being I did not want to leave my friends in my district. I protested to my mother about not sending me to this school and of course, she sent me anyways. But now I see why she did. I am an artsy individual and I never really had much connection with people in my district when it came to art. But when I started going to Herron, I could not turn a corner without coming into contact with an artist of some kind. From freshman year to my senior year, the level of diversity within this small yet blooming school has grown immensely. During my years there, I have experienced and grown a level of inclusiveness to people from various different backgrounds and walks of life. One change that I believe should be implemented is more representation of different races, religions, ethnicities and backgrounds within the teachers and staff. With this change, this school would be incomparable to others.
- 889 Students
- 14:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
The Academy of Science and Entrepreneurship
#3 Best High Schools for the Arts in Indiana
- Monroe County Community School Corporation, IN
- Rating 4.28 out of 5 18 reviews
Senior: My four years at this school has been spectacular! My teachers are advocates for me, they want to see all of us succeed and grow. I have been present with so many awesome opportunities such as internships, scholarships, volunteer events, awards/certifications, and more!
- 108 Students
- 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Shortridge High School
#4 Best High Schools for the Arts in Indiana
- Indianapolis Public Schools, IN
- Rating 4.04 out of 5 24 reviews
Senior: I was one of the students who originally went to Broad Ripple. Unfortunately, it closed and a lot of us came to Shortridge. At first it was very tough to adapt to how different this school really was. I've received so much support from teachers and other staff members who genuinely care about education and the safety of the students there. One thing I want to make very clear is that you need to be able to keep up with your classes and never be afraid to reach out for help. There are so many resources out there, and if Shortridge does not have them, I guarantee you they will do all that they can to help. It is overall a great school!
- 1,045 Students
- 11:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
Clay High School
#5 Best High Schools for the Arts in Indiana
- South Bend Community School Corporation, IN
- Rating 3.33 out of 5 209 reviews
Senior: Through out my whole 4 years at Clay High School, its been an interesting, crazy, and memorable moments. My experience has been good. All the teachers there are great and hilarious teachers. At Clay High school they always want whats best for you! My high school is known for best theater and music school. Sadly, my senior year was cut in half due to this pandemic, but I will always remember my years at Clay high school.
- 988 Students
- 13:1 Student-Teacher Ratio