Purdue Polytechnic High School North

Purdue Polytechnic High School North will open for students entering the 9th grade for the 2019-2020 school year in Broad Ripple. The temporary location, located on Broad Ripple Avenue, is just blocks from the former Broad Ripple High School. 

Purdue Polytechnic administrators are in the process of locating a permanent location for the school, guaranteed to be within a 1-mile radius of the Broad Ripple temporary location, featuring open, collaborative space, dedicated makerspace and other custom hands-on work space.

 

North Campus


 

1405 Broad Ripple Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46220

317-832-4800

Principal:  Keeanna Warren

Transportation:

Each PPHS student receives an IndyGo bus pass for use throughout the year. PPHS believes strongly in the use and adoption of public transportation. IndyGo enables our students to attend school, extracurricular activities and more!

 

To plan out your student’s IndyGO bus route visit the IndyGo Trip Planner 

STUDENTS SERVED:

Purdue Polytechnic High School North is enrolling incoming 9th grade students for the 2019-2020 school year.

Downtown Location

About our location:

Purdue Polytechnic High School is locating its second campus in Broad Ripple, solidifying its commitment to Indianapolis’ north side and expanding its unique educational model to more urban high school students. The school will occupy a 12,400-square-foot building at 1405 Broad Ripple Avenue, following minor renovations.

The building will be owned and operated by Indianapolis-based Keystone Group and will serve as a temporary location for Purdue Polytechnic High School, while a permanent facility in Broad Ripple is secured in partnership with Keystone.

“We have worked diligently with the residents and community leaders in Broad Ripple to ensure students and families on the north side of Indianapolis have an accessible, high-quality educational option. We’re thrilled that we have found a centrally located building and can deliver our unique curriculum to more Marion County students,” said Purdue Polytechnic High Schools Head of Schools Scott Bess.