Purdue university summer start program 

PPHS students who meet minimum requirements can earn Purdue college credits and experience life on campus FREE of charge. Students will take college courses with Purdue students and faculty. Enrollment for the program opens soon. Please email for more information or visit the Summer Start page to learn more! 

Discover stories about PPHS alums who are enrolled at Purdue University!

Keeanna Warren, Ph. D., Named Finalist in Indy's Best & Brightest

Junior Achievement of Central Indiana

Indianapolis, IN. - Junior Achievement of Central Indiana announces its finalists for the 19th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest event presented by KPMG LLP. The event honors 100 of central Indiana’s most outstanding young professionals in 10 different industries.

Public Hearing on Proposed PPHS Northwest School

The public is invited to attend a hearing regarding the proposed opening of Purdue Polytechnic High School Northwest. The hearing will take place on Thursday, January 5, 2023 at Martindale-Brightwood Public Library at 10 A.M. Public comments are welcome. Read more here. 

Case Study: College-School Partnerships

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Students from low-income families, first-generation college families, and underrepresented minority groups are finding academic success from high schools that are partnering with colleges.

Project-management for the Brain: Teaching Executive Functioning Skills for Students

PPHS projects required Eric to show mastery of physics, math and design. He also applied higher-order thinking skills, such as creativity, evaluation, and critical thinking (Photo courtesy of Purdue University).   (Photo: Purdue University)

Purdue Polytechnic High School allows students to pitch ideas for clubs and classes. Raina (left) created an environmental club that could eventually become part of the curriculum

Rethinking High School: Upending Traditional Subject Structure in Indiana

Indianapolis, IN — Raina’s ninth grade schedule at Purdue Polytechnic High School looked nothing like that of a typical high school student. Unlike most teens, she never attended single-subject, 50-minute periods like math, English and social studies. No bells rang when class was over. Instead, interdisciplinary projects and personalized learning are key at this XQ school in Indianapolis, Indiana. Read more.