INDIANAPOLIS — Purdue University President Mitch Daniels announced on Friday (Oct. 2) that the university’s flagship Purdue Polytechnic High School will honor Purdue alumnus Edmund O. Schweitzer III and Beatriz Schweitzer for their $4 million commitment to programs and scholarships to support the educational and career success of underrepresented students.
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!
Flagship Purdue Polytechnic High School center named to honor $4M gift from business leaders Ed and Beatriz Schweitzer
Purdue Polytechnic High School to Resume Classes
by Jordan Smith of the Purdue Exponent
Despite Thursday's decision from Indianapolis Public Schools to confine education to remote learning until at least October, Purdue Polytechnic High School's new and largest campus, five minutes east of downtown Indianapolis, will continue with plans to resume a blend of in-person and virtual learning in August.
PPHS Plans Back to School Drive-Through
With back to school night right around the corner and COVID-19 continuing to spread in the Indianapolis community, PPHS knows we need to take precautions to ensure everyone’s safety, while still welcoming our families to the school and distributing technology. The teaching team at PPHS has never met a problem they couldn’t solve - so they got to work!
PPHS Releases Safe Reopening Plan
Our PPHS Pandemic Planning Committee has worked diligently to create a comprehensive, data-driven plan with updated policies and procedures in regards to COVID-19 and school operations. This plan does not replace or contradict the previous communications released but does provide additional clarification, resources, and details.
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Purdue Polytechnic High School dedicates new downtown Indianapolis school building
by Emily Deletter of the Lafayette Journal & Courier
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Purdue Polytechnic High School in Indianapolis has found a new, permanent home for teaching and learning.
The new location for the school, the P.R. Mallory building on East Washington Street in Indianapolis, has a rich history, once home to the Indianapolis Indians baseball team, Wonderland Amusement Park and a battery factory location for P.R. Mallory and Co. Inc. Most recently, there have been no occupants, with the building remaining vacant for almost 30 years.