Events

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 cbess@pphs.purdue.edu for more information or visit the Summer Start page to learn more! 

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

PPHS named as semifinalist in Yass Prize competition

PPHS named semifinalist in $1 Million Yass Prize competition

Yassprize.org

NEW YORK – October 13, 2022 – Leaders from 32 of the nation’s most exceptional educational organizations in the nation across twenty states learned today they were semifinalists for this year’s prestigious Yass Prize for Sustainable, Transformational, Outstanding and Permissionless Education, which comes with a $1 million grand prize. Read more.

Dr. Warren shares how PPHS personalizes learning on Learning Matters Podcast.

Dr. Keeanna Warren shares how PPHS personalizes learning on Learning Matters Podcast

Michigan Virtual presents Learning Matters Podcast - WJR 760AM

PPHS & IPS propose plane to keep PPHS North on Broad Ripple campus. Photo credits: John Underwood | Purdue University

PPHS North and IPS Propose Plan to keep the charter school on Broad Ripple Campus

PPHS Press 

Scott Bess and Keeanna Warren featured in Getting Smart Podcast. Image by Getting Smart.

Scott Bess and Keeanna Warren on Purdue Polytechnic High School

Getting Smart Podcast

On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Scott Bess, Executive Director of Purdue Polytechnic High Schools in Indiana, and Keeanna Warren, Associate Executive Director of Purdue Poly and Founding Principal of Purdue Poly North. Listen to the episode.

South Bend hosts community action meeting to boost enrollment in schools

South Bend hosts community action meeting to boost enrollment in schools

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Purdue Polytechnic High School’s principal hosted a community action meeting to help bring 2,000 students back to South Bend schools.

Justin Zobrosky volunteered his time on Wednesday because he wants to make a difference in the community, and truly cares about students. Read more.