Purdue Polytechnic High School
South Bend

At Purdue Polytechnic High School, just about everything is different! 

Our focus on holistic education and hands-on learning means that every student will feel supported and empowered at PPHS.  Students are working hands-on, every single day, on projects they are passionate about, including building guitars from scratch, conducting trials while creating product prototypes, and designing logos for local businesses. 

We are excited to call the newly renovated Studebaker Building in downtown South Bend home! From our open spaces for collaboration, to our fully outfitted makerspace complete with 3D printers, laser cutters, and power tools, each student will have the tools they need to create innovative solutions to real-world problems.  

PPHS South Bend offers small class sizes, personalized education, and college and career preparation for every student.  In addition, PPHS is a pathway to Purdue University. If a student graduates from PPHS and achieves Purdue’s admission requirements, they gain admission to one of Purdue’s over 200 majors.

PPHS South Bend is a FREE public charter school open to any high school-age student in Indiana. 

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South Bend Campus


 

635 S Lafayette Blvd, South Bend, IN 46601

(574) 213-4952

Principal: Lacey Beatty

For general inquiries, email sebersol@pphs.purdue.edu

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Transportation:

PPHS South Bend is conveniently located in the Renassaince District of South Bend. Our location is a quick 5-minute walk from the South Street Bus Station.

STUDENTS SERVED:

PPHS South Bend serves students in grades 9-12 for the 2021-2022 school year.

Downtown Location

About our future location:

Purdue Polytechnic High School will be in its permanent location in the historic PR Mallory Building starting with the 2020-2021 school year. Located on the east side of Indianapolis, the PR Mallory Building is undergoing $36 million in renovations with support from The Mind Trust and the City of Indianapolis. The long-vacant factory will be revitalized into a four-story, 120,000-square-foot complex and serve as the permanent home for Purdue Polytechnic High School and Paramount Schools of Excellence’s new campus, Paramount Englewood.