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  • Arlington Elementary School

    Arlington Elementary Mission Statement: The faculty and staff of Arlington Elementary School believe that the purpose of our school is to provide each student with an excellent and appropriate foundation of basic academic skills in a positive learning environment while enab...

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  • Arlington High School

    Our Mission Arlington High School’s mission is to provide a safe and structured learning environment where all scholars are trained to be successful life-long learners and leaders in a competitive society. “ONE KNIGHT” It’s a revered term that refe...

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  • Brightwood Branch Library

    About Us: The Brightwood Branch has served the residents in the Brightwood community since 1901 and was the 6th public library to open in Indianapolis. The first Brightwood Branch was located at 2435 North Station Street which is just one street west of the current locati...

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  • Broad Ripple Magnet High School

    OUR MISSION Our mission is to serve our students by guiding and inspiring them to develop their artistic and academic gifts and discover their full potential for success in a diverse and competitive society through a foundation based on a creative study of all arts and huma...

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  • Brown Mackie College - Indianapolis

    Mission: The Brown Mackie College system of schools provides higher education to traditional and nontraditional students through associate's degree, diploma, and certificate programs designed to: Enhance career opportunities Broaden perspectives through appropriate gener...

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  • Butler University

    About Us: Founded in 1855 by attorney and abolitionist Ovid Butler, Butler occupies 290 acres in Indianapolis' Butler-Tarkington neighborhood. The University emphasizes a liberal arts-based education with the goal of teaching clear and effective communication, appreciation o...

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  • Carpe Diem-Meridian

    Carpe Diem-Meridian is a tuition-free charter school, educating 6 - 12th grade students using a proprietary blended learning model of digital curriculum plus high quality, personalized instruction and high expectations. One of three Carpe Diem Schools in the U.S., Carpe D...

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  • Christian Theological Seminary

    Our Mission: Guided by our mission to form disciples of Jesus Christ for church and community leadership to serve God's transforming of the world, we Celebrate the presence of the risen Christ in Word and Table.Welcome into partnership all who seek God's truth, love, and j...

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  • College Avenue Branch Library

    About College Avenue Branch LibraryThe Broadway Branch Library was first established on June 1, 1924 in a frame house at 615 E. 42nd Street. The "library in a house" had limited shelf space for books and furniture. In spite of these limitations, 10,000 people used ...

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  • Creston Middle School

    Creston Middle School meets students where they are and fosters their academic, social and personal growth in a positive and respectful environment....

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  • Decatur Central High School

    Decatur Central High School is made up of five small learning communities, chosen by students according to their interest areas. These communities include focus areas of expeditionary learning, project-based learning, inquiry based learning, and artful learning. Each small l...

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  • Decatur Middle School

    Decatur Middle School's vision is that we educate all of our students to face and embrace the world of the 21st century. We are a progressive school and community facing challenges together through collaboration and consensus building. Both staff and students understand that...

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  • Decatur Township School for Excellence

    Mission Statement The mission of Decatur Township School for Excellence is to create a small 9th-12th grade school with a non-traditional, personal learning environment in which students are challenged to learn and excel at their own pace through a rigorous inquiry approach...

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  • DeVry University

    About Us: DeVry University Indianapolis Campus offers undergraduate degree programs in some of today's fastest-growing career fields. In the heart of a city positioned for phenomenal growth, DeVry University Indianapolis provides you with access to possible career opportu...

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  • Eagle Branch Library

    About Us: In 1960, after residents of the community petitioned for a permanent branch library, the first facility was opened in a storefront at 30th Street and Lafayette Road. This library had the distinction of being the first branch in the Indianapolis Public Library sy...

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  • East 38th Street Branch Library

    About East 38th Street Branch LibraryThe Emerson Branch Library opened in October, 1957, in a frame house at 3642 N. Emerson Avenue. Books and people quickly crowded the house and the need for a larger building was immediately apparent.A new 7,500 square foot bulding in the ...

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  • East Washington Branch Library

    About Us: Dedicated November 14, 1911, the East Washington Library is the oldest building in constant use as a library in Marion County.  It was the first of five branches constructed with a $120,000 construction grant from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation in 1909.&nb...

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  • Fountain Square Branch Library

    About Fountain Square Branch LibraryLocated in the heart of the Fountain Square Business District, the Fountain Square Branch Library has had many past homes.Opening in 1896 as "Branch #3", our branch was the third oldest in the system. In 1906 it moved to 1913 Prospect Stre...

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  • Franklin Road Branch Library

    About Franklin Road Branch LibraryAs early as 1943, a group had formed a reading club and later petitioned the Indianapolis Public Library for materials to begin a staffed-by-volunteers library in an empty church building in Acton.  In November, 1966, planning began for...

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  • Franklin Township Community School Corporation
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