Welcome to MSD of Pike Township-
Welcome to a new school year! I look forward to our continued journey to the Next Level of Excellence. In Pike Township we have an incredible school community that is fully invested in our mission to “cultivate a diverse, innovative learning environment by opening doors of opportunity for students to achieve their maximum potential”. This investment can be seen through a variety of local partnerships, the academic initiatives and experiences, and a staff that works diligently to provide a world-class education. Pike High School’s 93% graduation rate and IDOE recognition as an “A” school makes us #PikeProud of our accomplishments.
The Metropolitan School District of Pike Township is an award-winning school district, widely regarded as an education leader for high academic standards, innovative educational programs, state-of-the-art facilities, strong parental and community partnerships, exceptional students and acclaimed educators. The district is comprised of nine elementary schools; Central Elementary School, College Park Elementary School, Deer Run Elementary School, Eagle Creek Elementary School, Eastbrook Elementary School, Fishback Creek Public Academy, Guion Creek Elementary School, New Augusta Public Academy – South, and Snacks Crossing Elementary School, serving students in kindergarten through fifth grade. The three middle schools; Guion Creek Middle School, Lincoln Middle School, and New Augusta Public Academy – North, serve students in sixth through eighth grade. Pike High School offers students an opportunity to obtain any of the Indiana Department of Education sponsored diplomas as well as an International Baccalaureate Diploma. Pike High School is a STEM certified school with a Career and Technical Education program school within a school model.
In a city of more than 1 million people, MSD Pike Township provides a family-centered atmosphere within an urban residential community with a population of approximately 72,000. The school community, located in the northwest corner of Indianapolis, celebrates our diverse social, cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.
Dr. Flora Reichanadter, Superintendent