Want to build a better future?  Here’s your chance to meet one-on-one with businesses and schools that can help you learn new skills and grow in your next job. See who you might meet below.

  • What: A one day gathering of anything and everything educational!
  • Where: Castleton Square Mall in the center court of the mall in front of Macy’s
  • When: Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 10am-3pm
Brightwood College

At Brightwood College (formerly Kaplan College), we do more than train our students. We brighten futures with real-world knowledge that goes beyond the classroom. No matter which program you choose, our instructors will give you the personal attention you need to help transform your tomorrow. Click here to learn more.

CollegeChoice 529

CollegeChoice 529 is Indiana’s tax-advantaged way to save for future higher education at any eligible school. Contributions can earn a 20% state tax credit and earnings are tax-free when used for expenses like tuition, room and board, or books and fees! Every dollar saved now is one you won’t have to borrow later. Start saving today, for a loved one or yourself, with as little as $10. Click here to learn more.

The Excel Center
The Excel Center is a unique public charter school that provides adults the opportunity to earn a Core 40 high school diploma and begin post-secondary education. Through the integration of industry-recognized certification training and dual credit requirements, The Excel Center positions graduates for college and career paths that offer better-than-average wages. The school is tuition-free, works with students from all economic and educational backgrounds and pays tuition costs for students to earn their certifications or to begin their undergraduate degrees at local colleges and higher-learning institutions. Click here to learn more.
Heritage Christian School

For over 50 years, Heritage Christian School has been preparing students academically and spiritually to succeed and impact the world.  You’re invited to explore the opportunities for your family at our spring open house, Thursday, March 2nd at 5:30. Tour the campus, talk with faculty and students and learn more about how heritage is inspiring education. For more information about enrollment for preschool thru 12th grade, and to register for the spring open house go to heritagechristian.net

Hoosiers For Quality Education

MySchoolOptions.org is a one-stop shop for Indiana families to learn about all of the various K-12 school options available to them.  It provides information on all types of schools, school specific information, allows parents to explore what schools are close to them, and it includes a calculator where families can put in some basic information and learn if they might qualify for financial assistance to attend a private school with a voucher or tax credit scholarship. Click here to learn more.

The Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics, and Humanities

The Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics and Humanities is a tuition free public high school for approximately 300 high ability juniors and seniors coming from anywhere in Indiana. Students are chosen through a rigorous admissions process for either the residential or non-residential program. All courses are honors, dual credit, or Advanced Placement (AP), and May Term offers unique classes, internships, and visits to foreign countries. In addition to traditional academics, the Academy also offers IHSAA sports, intramurals, numerous student clubs, and weekly activities. Students receive millions of dollars in scholarship offers and financial aid from top colleges and universities. For the last three years, the Indiana Academy has been ranked the #1 Public High School in Indiana by k12.niche.com and for 2017 were ranked the #3 Best Public High School in the U.S. Click here to learn more.

Indiana Math and Science Academy

Indiana Math and Science Academy is a tuition free college preparatory charter school, which is funded by public sources. IMSA delivers a rigorous, innovative educational program, integrating various themes. The schools also offer small class size and a safe environment with a STEM Focus. Click here to learn more.

Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS)

The largest public school district in Indiana, diverse in both population and choice, Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) is an agile, innovative educational organization committed to academic excellence and overall student success. IPS continues to expand the scope of options available to families by offering the broadest range of choice programs in the state. At IPS we’re proud to be personal in our approach, and proud to be public! Click here to learn more.

Ivy Tech

Ivy Tech Community College offers a wide range of education programs, and offer their students associate degrees and certificates. A lot of community college students use their training to head into the workforce as soon as possible, filling some of their community’s most in-demand, high-paying jobs. Other students attend community college, then further their education by transferring their credits on to a four-year college or university. Click here to learn more.

Tindley Accelerated Schools

Through excellent charter schools, administrative leadership, teacher training, student services, and more, Tindley Accelerated Schools is transforming education one student at a time through our six Indianapolis area schools. In our first six years, the Tindley School established itself as a model for urban schooling in Indiana, winning the National Blue Ribbon Schools Award in 2010. Now, Tindley Accelerated Schools are focused on giving students throughout urban Indianapolis access to opportunities for strong educations. We are dedicated to expanding quality college-preparatory educational services for young people and helping Indianapolis schools excel – so their students can do likewise. Click here to learn more.