VISION We create an environment that empowers every student to develop academic, career, and citizenship skills, leading to a successful future. MISSION We foster authentic project-based learning that is real-world, connected, and engaging. We are continually developing rigorous education that is challenging and inclusive while cultivating comprehensive and skill-based standards. We nurture relationships that are compassionate and respectful that translate to appropriate social and emotional skills.
Develop a realistic notion of what a work and career life is like and are fully engaged in the hands-on experience of project-based and collaborative learning. Our students are encouraged to be resilient to overcome challenges, adversity and have a healthy, dependable work ethic.
Teachers act as a guide, facilitating creative opportunities for students to experience success and discovery. The exceptional staff and faculty build students' abilities to be innovative, flexible and inclusive. Administration has decades of experience and talent, and are poised to positively disrupt, reform and improve the education system.
From Kindergarten to 12th grade, our students learn of the expectations beyond the classroom, and are led to pursue a fulfilling vocation by focusing on one of our three Pathways: Career, Trade, or Higher Education. By 8th grade, students have already explored many channels of experiential education, and begin to focus their chosen pathways.
Traditional Public Schools
As public charter schools, Career Academy and Success Academy are open to all Indiana residents. Traditional public schools are organized in districts: the school you are entitled to attend depends on where you live. Learn More
Our charter schools are free to attend. There are no application fees or tuition, and free or reduced-priced lunches and technology fees are available for qualifying students on the same basis as in traditional public schools. Learn More
Career and Success Academy students learn about the expectations in the working world and how to pursue a fulfilling vocation for each student based on their abilities, interest, and personality. By 8th grade, students have already explored many channels of experiential education, and begin to focus their chosen pathways. Learn More