Indianapolis Metro Charter School
On Aug. 23, 2004, Goodwill Education Initiatives, Inc., a nonprofit entity established by Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana, Inc., opened Indianapolis Met to provide an educational option that did not exist in Indianapolis before.
We believe all students should have the opportunity to pursue education and competitive career opportunities beyond high school. We aim to empower students to take charge of their learning, to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to achieve success beyond high school and to become lifelong learners.
We are a public high school serving grades 9-12. Class sizes are small. Students may take dual credit college courses and learn through internships and programs that we have through partnerships with a various companies and organizations.
The Ed Martin Automotive Group partnered with this unique charter high school to provide students not only how to learn in the classroom but also “on the job”. We are excited to be able to introduce young men and women to a world they may not have considered entering.
ED MARTIN COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
Junior Achievement | Indianapolis Metro Charter School | Lawrence Township School Foundation | Legacy Fund Scholarship | Lawrence Township Schools | Anderson Soap Box Derby | Boys & Girls Club Anderson | Indy SurviveOars | Heartland Truly Moving Pictures | Love of Labs Indiana | Peyton Manning’s Children’s Hospital