Helen Rummel

2022 Desk Intern, Chalkbeat Indiana

Some officials want to make it easier for students to get financial aid and other support so they can head straight from high school to college.

The founder of Royals for Women’s Rights at Hamilton Southeastern High School says education and open discussions are crucial.

The new Urban College Acceleration Network aims to help schools offer more college level courses to high school students in cities.

DaMeisha Fleming, an Indianapolis Public Schools’ Teachers of the Year, shares how she fosters a safe and supportive learning environment for her students.

As fewer students in Indiana choose paths leading to higher education, Chalkbeat wants to hear about how you made your decision.

Students from Crispus Attucks high school in Indianapolis observe medical professionals at nearby hospitals to start health care careers early.

More than 1,600 Indianapolis Public Schools students participate in the program.

Providers hope the stress of maintaining safety protocols to keep the virus at bay will ease.

College-going rates among high schoolers continue to fall — and not just because of the pandemic, the Indiana Commission for Higher Education said.

Monarca Academy staff looks to enroll one to two classes of 6th graders by the end of the summer.