Indianapolis Public Schools is proud to be honored as one of 10 Districts Rising – an initiative highlighting the strategies school districts throughout the country are employing to foster significant gains in service and student achievement.
Hundreds of students in Grades 1-6 headed back to the classroom to paint, sing, dance, act and play instruments during Fine Arts Camp at five area IPS schools.
Students in local public, charter and private schools get an opportunity to work and get paid, help in the community and gain valuable skill sets through a non-profit employment and college readiness program. But the application deadline is quickly approaching.
Indianapolis Public Schools is calling on our community members to band together for a solution-based discussion on the impact of violence in our schools and on our students.
A 1948 graduate of Arsenal Technical High School recalls her days at the eastside school and talks about why she wants to expand trade and vocational classes offered to students.
After a much-needed break, our students and staff are gearing up to complete the last portion of ISTEP testing for the 2015-2016 school year.
Visual and performing arts school prepares for its move to a new location, expands programming and adds middle school grades for longer, concentrated training.
IPS Board of School Commissioners Vice President Sam Odle talks about the importance of the inaugural Golf Classic fundraiser for students, stakeholders and our community.
Thousands of students have been inspired by Cynthia Hartshorn. The longtime IPS employee will retire after 42 years.
Washington Irving School 14 sees improvement in skills and scores, thanks to volunteers through United Way of Central Indiana’s reading program.