Audio Included in Post. Runs 14 Minutes. ©2010 WTLC/Radio One. The two newest charter schools in Indianapolis are unique in the nation as they are former Catholic elementary schools that have become public schools. The two inner city new charter schools are Andrew Academy (formerly St. Andrews/St. Rita) and Padua Academy (formerly St. Anthony). The two schools will be run by a separate corporation, that is a part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Appearing on Afternoons with Amos, Andrew Academy Principal Steven Glenn was joined by the Archdiocese Vicar General Monsignor Joesph Schaedel to talk about the new school and the transition from a faith based school to a public school. Listen to the interview above. And enrollment is still open at both schools. Click below for more information.