Building off the success of its existing locations, Purdue Polytechnic High Schools, in partnership with Purdue University, announced plans to spread its innovative school model and STEM-focused education curriculum to a third Indianapolis location.
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 email@example.com for more information or visit the Summer Start page to learn more!
Purdue Polytechnic High Schools plan expansion to Pike Township
PPHS Seeks to Open A Charter School in Pike Township
Purdue Polytechnic High School, the growing charter school that opened its second Indianapolis campus inside Broad Ripple High school this year, hopes to open a third Indianapolis high school in August 2023, according to a letter of intent submitted to the mayor’s Office of Education Innovation (OEI). The office authorizes charter schools in Indianapolis that are approved by the Indianapolis Charter School Board.
Local PPHS Coaches Compete in National Reality Show
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Four teachers at Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indianapolis are participating in the PBS reality show, “Make 48.”
Dept. of Ed awards employability skills grants
Inside Indiana Business
INDIANAPOLIS - The Indiana Department of Education has awarded $10 million in Employability Skills Innovation and Implementation Grant funding to nearly 60 schools throughout the state. The funding aims to help students develop in-demand employability skills to prepare them for the workforce. Read more here.
Broad Ripple High School Open for Purdue Polytechnic Students
From David Letterman to Professional Athletes like George Hill and Mike Woodson, Broad Ripple High School housed notable Hoosiers — and now, students attending Purdue Polytechnic High School are bringing the hallways of Broad Ripple High back to life.
It’s the first-time students are learning in this building since it closed in 2018. It’s something that shocked many people in the community at the time. Read more here.