The Indianapolis Black Alumni Council (IBAC) hosted the 36th annual Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) College Fair at Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School on Thursday.
As the sun sets on College GO! Week, students throughout the district are walking away with plenty of knowledge to help them through their educational journeys.
The reviews are in, and the students of Floro Torrence School 83 LOVE their new playground! Floro Torrence is the site of the Indianapolis Colts’ 8th Annual Playground Build.
You may have heard that the Indianapolis Education Association and IPS leadership recently approved a new contract that gives our teachers their first raise in five years and brings starting salaries in our district in line with many surrounding districts.
Indianapolis Public Schools is honored to have dedicated community partners who are committed to serving our students – many of these wonderful volunteers took part in a group of amazing projects to celebrate Indy Do Day!
Fall break can be a time to rest and relax your brain – but for some students, it’s the perfect time to try your hand at a future in architecture, engineering or the arts!
School leaders play a major role in school and district performance and student academic outcomes. The partnership between Indianapolis Public Schools and Marian University will allow us to build a team of future leaders for IPS.
Many families within IPS and throughout the Indianapolis metro area are living at the poverty level, making it difficult to buy school uniforms for their children.
The IPS Board of Commissioners is seeking community stakeholders to take a seat on the new Finance Committee
Frequently Asked Questions about Autonomy and Innovation in IPS