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Indianapolis Metropolitan High School


Indianapolis Metropolitan High School is a free public school offering a high school education to students in grades 9-12. Indy Met is a best fit school for students experiencing significant barriers with an emphasis on ensuring students enroll in college or enter into a career that offers a living-wage post-graduation.

Indianapolis Met is designed to serve all students, including those who face significant barriers. Barriers may include:

  • Teen pregnancy
  • Teen parenting
  • Involvement in Foster care
  • Homelessness
  • Identified as special education
  • At-risk for mobility
  • Involvement with criminal justice


What makes us different?


 Small Class Sizes

 Barrier Removal

 Individualized Support

 College and Career Planning

 Family Empowerment Coaching

 Transportation Assistance

Our Stories


Putting the Student First in Student Athletes

This past fall, our athletics teams implemented a new “no ball” policy that ensured players were putting the student first in student athlete....

Puma Store Encouraging Positive Behavior

Indianapolis Met recently opened a Puma Store for students. The store is open on Fridays and students can redeem their recently earned Puma Points...

Meet DeJanae Simpson

When De’Janae Simpson learned she would become a mother at the age of 16, she had many emotions running through her head. “I was...

Meet Indianapolis Met Senior Michael Jones

Indianapolis Met Senior, Michael Jones, was recently named was all tournament 1st team in the Holiday Classic Tournament. Check out this video as he...