Indiana Education

  Avon SchoolsAvon High School has distinguished itself on a number of occasions, but the marching band in Avon, Indiana really outdoes itself. In 2008, this band took first place in the “Bands of America” Grand National competition, and they were ranked first in the entire state of Indiana for seven years running.
  Beech Grove Schools – Even though the town of Beech Grove is located well within the borders of Indiana capital Indianapolis, there is no need for young residents to travel farther than the city limits to receive an excellent education. The Beech Grove School Board manages a system that is self-contained, and progresses from the elementary school to high school levels.
  Brownsburg Schools – Brownsburg, Indiana really cares about the future of its children, and nowhere does this show more than in the Brownsburg Community School Corporation, the governing entity behind Brownsburg education. BCSC encompasses six elementary schools, two middle schools, and three different high schools, making it one of the larger school corporations in the region.
  Carmel Schools – Carmel schools  offer a high-quality per capita educational system second to few in the country. Every year, students in the Carmel Clay region walk off with statistics that are in the upper ranges for achievement, such as the almost 90% of high school graduates from Carmel High School who matriculated in four-year colleges. There are three secondary schools in Carmel: Carmel High School, Options Charter High School, and University High School.
  Danville Schools – The Danville education system includes parts of both Center and Marion Townships, covering 83 square miles. The school system includes two elementary schools, a middle school and Danville High School. The district offers a first rate education, extracurricular activities for students in kindergarten through high achool, as well as recreational activities and Danville sports.
  Fishers Schools – Most of the people who settle in Fishers are families with Fishers children who need an education. The Fishers school system has proven itself more than fit to meet the challenge. From the local Montessori Academy to Fishers High School and Hamilton Southeastern High School, Fishers takes good care of its educational business.
  Fortville SchoolsMt. Vernon High School serves the community of Fortville, Indiana. Fortville kids benefit from a variety of choices and teaching techniques meant to create well-rounded life long learners. Teachers at Mt. Vernon High School strive to create responsible young citizens of the United States ready to assume a responsible role in Fortiville society.
  Franklin Schools – Considered a community of excellence, students at Franklin Community High School excel in all academic areas. With scores on state and national standardized tests that are on par with the rest of the Hoosier state and the United States, Franklin Community High School has proven itself a valuable asset to Franklin education. Franklin is also home to Franklin College, an accredited and respected residential liberal arts academy associated with the American Baptist Churches USA organization.
  Greenfield Schools – Within a 20 mile radius of Greenfield there is a wide variety of colleges and learning institutions, most of them less than a thirty minute drive into Marion County, and there are seven schools within Greenfield-Central Community Schools that serve as hubs of Greenfield education, including Greenfield-Central High School, Maxwell Middle School, and Harris Elementary school.
  Greenwood Schools – Educational excellence is of the utmost importance in Greenwood, Indiana, as the Greenwood (Greenwood High School), Center Grove (Center Grove High School), and Clark-Pleasant School Corporations offer one of the most comprehensive K-12 public school systems available in the state of Indiana. A smooth transition into higher learning is also provided in the community with branch locations of Ivy Tech Community College and ITT Technical Institute both conveniently located in the Greenwood area.
  Indianapolis SchoolsIndianapolis, Indiana boasts a plethora of well-established Indianapolis colleges, Indianapolis universities and other Indianapolis schools. There are eleven separate public school districts inside Indy, and a total of eight universities. Indianapolis has the education of its citizens well in hand.

  Lawrence Schools – Education in Lawrence is run through the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township, a subsection of the Indianapolis Public School System. The MSD of Lawrence Township educates almost 16,000 students spread out over twenty one different schools; it is one of the top ten school districts in the Hoosier State. Lawrence Central High School, the main secondary school in Lawrence, is known as a powerhouse of Indianapolis sports and Indianapolis education.
  Lebanon Schools – Education in Lebanon, Indiana is provided by Lebanon High School. Serving over 1000 students each year, Lebanon High School sees many changes from year to year. Yet this Indiana high school is consistent in providing an outstanding environment for students to learn in. Under their mission to cultivate and reach every student, Lebanon High School influences students lives and their future by sharing the power of education.
  Noblesville Schools – Noblesville Schools, the school district that serves Noblesville Township and the surrounding area, supports over 8,000 students from kindergarten through high school. The district governs eleven schools, including Noblesville High School, an intermediate school, and several elementary schools. In the Noblesville Schools mission statement, it’s made clear that the district respects individual learning strategies, cooperation among teachers, and a safe, fun learning environment.
  Plainfield SchoolsPlainfield, Indiana has the distinct honor of having one of the best school systems in Indiana. Plainfield Community School Corporation, the governing body of Plainfield education, is the only public school system in the Hoosier  State to have every single one of its schools receive a four-star rating two years in a row. It’s clear that Plainfield education has a history of academic excellence.
  Shelbyville Schools – Shelbyville Center Schools runs five different schools for children of all ages. Shelbyville High School provides Shelbyville education for students in ninth through twelfth grade in a fairly modern building south of downtown Shelbyville; other schools in Shelbyville include Shelbyville Middle School, Loper Elementary School, and Coulston Elementary School.
  Speedway Schools – Within the Speedway school district are four elementary schools that serve kindergartners through sixth graders, one junior high school serving grades seven through eight and the Speedway Senior High School for students in grades nine through twelve. Annual enrollment in the Speedway schools hovers around 1,500 students.
  Trafalgar Schools – Indian Creek High School, located in Trafalgar, Indiana, serves more than 600 Hoosier students each year. The faculty and staff at Indian Creek High School work diligently to provide every enrolled student equal educational opportunity. Students at Indian Creek High School are active learners in a curriculum designed to prepare them to be responsible United States citizens, life-long learners and participants in a global technological society.
  Westfield SchoolsWestfield, Indiana has a variety of different educational institutions to help Westfield children on their path to success, including Westfield High School, Westfield Middle School, Union Bible College and Academy (an affiliate of Ball State University), and a slew of middle schools and elementary schools.
  Whiteland Schools – Every student at Whiteland Community High School in Whiteland, Indiana is expected to set high personal goals for themselves. That is why many go on to attend some of the largest colleges and universities in Indiana and the United States. By supporting one another, students at Whiteland Community High School account for some of the most successful individuals in central Indiana.
  Zionsville Schools – Education in Zionsville, Indiana is dominated by the Zionsville Community School Corporation. Located in Eagle and Union Townships in Boone County, Indiana, the Zionsville Community School Corporation serves almost the entire Zionsville population. Schools in the Zionsville Community School Corporation include Zionsville Community High School, Zionsville West Middle School, and Eagle Elementary School.


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