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!

Broad Ripple High School Open for Purdue Polytechnic Students - WRTV/ABC

Broad Ripple High School Open for Purdue Polytechnic Students

WRTV/ABC Indianapolis

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. 

PPHS South Bend Holds Free Summer Camp

PPHS South Bend Holds Free Coding Camp

WNDU South Bend

The camp is free and is open to all rising 8th and 9th graders. During the camp, the youngsters will learn the basics of coding and create a dodge-style game. There are nearly infinite possibilities for customizing dodge style games, and creativity is highly encouraged by PPHS. Read more here. 

PPHS Closing the Achievement Gap

PPHS Closing the Achievement Gap

There are schools already doing this work and overperforming when it comes to the academic outcomes of Black students.

Schools like Purdue Polytechnic High School's Englewood campus, where more than 20% of Black students passed both the English and math portions of the 10th-grade ISTEP exam last year; higher than the average pass rate for Black students statewide on the exam last year which was 13.6%. Read more here. 

PPHS Celebrates Firsts. Image by Purdue University

Purdue Polytechnic to Celebrate Several Firsts

Purdue Marketing and Communications

Follow Asunami as he competes in the VEX World Championships in Dallas, TX.

Building Opportunities

Purdue Marketing and Communications

One year ago, Asumani Gregoire Kalupala used a computer for the very first time. In May, the freshman at Purdue Polytechnic High School at Schweitzer Center at Englewood will compete at the VEX Robotics World Championship in Dallas. More than 11,500 high school teams from 40 countries compete in matches throughout the school year, with 800 teams qualifying for the world event. Read more about Asunami's adventure here