Saint Florian Center Summer Camp!

The Saint Florian Center offers summer camp programs for kids of all ages with a focus on leadership, communication, problem solving, confidence and team building skills.

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Camp Dates:

June 11

th, 2018 – July 27

th, 2018


Tony Williamson 317-442-4508


Click the link below to sign up!

Summer Camp Website:

High School Equivalency (HSE) Program

Fathers and Family Center

“FFC offers both day and evening classes to prepare you to successfully obtain your diploma. Both classes are highly interactive that combines technology, student interaction and individualized instruction to meet your learning needs. In the afternoons, participants can participate in homework circles, access tutoring or online self-paced instruction.”

Fathers and Families Center

2835 N. Illinois Street

Indianapolis, IN 46208

Phone: 317-921-5935 (Ext 0)

Fax: 317-921-5954

Celebrate Cultural Diversity at the Multicultural Festival

“Celebrating, Honoring, Embracing Cultural Diversity and Racial Equity.”

Saturday, May 19

Inside Lafayette Square Mall

11AM – 4PM

Festival to Include:

Student work demonstrating the academic benefits of infusing culture and history into the instructional program.

Student and community performances showcasing ethnic music, dance, theater and storytelling from countries around the world.

Creative writing, poetry and artistic presentations on display.

Cultural organizations (including the Freetown Village Singers, pictured), community agencies, universities and individuals who value and embrace diversity.

The IPS/IEA Multicultural Festival is family friendly, free and open to the public.

Website info:

IPS Center for Inquiry

Project based Curiculum

Kindergarten – 8th Grade

Principal Hunley of the IPS Center for Inquiry at School 2 joins us live on Community Connection.

The IPS Center for Inquiry is a Magnet Option School within IPS. It is open to all students in Marian County who are interested in a globalization focused program. Some values taught are cultural understanding and respect, through project based learning.


“The mission of the Center for Inquiry School 2 is to develop a community of respectful, life long learners, who use inquiry, critical thinking, and problem solving skills to be socially responsible contributors to a changing global society.”


Center for Inquiry School 2

725 N. New Jersey Street

Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

Principal: Andrea Hunley

Phone: 317-226-4202

Website info:


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