TABLE TIME — Christine Rembert, principal at Francis W. Parker School 56, and her staff interacted with families during the 6th Annual IPS Showcase of Schools.


Families from throughout central Indiana descended upon Bankers Life Fieldhouse for the 6th Annual IPS Showcase of Schools on Sunday, Nov. 10.

Indianapolis Public Schools’ largest educational and enrollment fair was hosted on a new day, at a new time, and in a new location. But that didn’t stop families from coming out to learn about the variety of academic options offered throughout the district.

More than 70 IPS schools — from Pre-K through Grade 12 — hosted interactive tables to highlight a variety of learning methods, clubs and extracurricular activities. Parent information sessions and student performances were also part of the day’s offerings.

Families also submitted applications to the district’s Choice schools for the 2020-21 school year through the Choice Application Lottery. IPS and Enroll Indy enrollment specialists were on-site to provide assistance.

Here’s a look at scenes from throughout the day.