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About Our School

A former U.S. Civil War era Arsenal from 1864 to 1903, Arsenal Technical High School opened as a public high school in 1912. While other buildings were built on the 76-acre campus to complete the school’s “university-like” setting, the old Arsenal building and barracks are still in use to accommodate classrooms and other educational functions.

Because of its history and significance, Arsenal Tech was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

Today, the school continues to function as a public high school for students in Grades 9-12 in the IPS district and beyond. Tech (as it is affectionately called) is one of four IPS All-Choice High Schools offering a diverse and challenging curriculum.

As the largest high school in the IPS district, Tech specializes in five College and Career Options in math and science; law and public policy; career technology; construction, engineering and design; and New Tech (project-based learning).

Arsenal Technical High School is led by principal Corye J. Franklin.

Our Mission

Arsenal Technical High School prepares students to be life-long learners who are knowledgeable, productive, well-rounded citizens in an interdependent global society.

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Tech families, don’t forget about registration... School begins on 8/6/18! @JesseJPratt @IPSSchools

I am humbled to join the @arsenal_tech family! Let’s prepare for an awesome school year!

Congratulations to Corye Franklin! Tonight he was announced as the new Principal of @arsenal_tech - the district's largest high school, beginning with the 2018-19 school year. Franklin most recently served as principal of William Penn School 49: https://t.co/VGVfI2wTF5

Join us for the 4th Annual "Showcase of Schools" THIS SATURDAY, November 18, from 10am until 2pm at the Indiana State Museum. The Indianapolis Public Schools Choice Application window will open at this event and you will also get free entry into the museum! Don’t miss out! #SOS2017

Details: www.myips.org/showcase2017
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All are welcome! Register today online! For registration information and details go to Facebook.com/arsenal5k .

Fee for adult participation is $20 and includes a t-shirt. Day-of registration is $25 (t-shirt not included). Children and students are free (t-shirt not included).

This is a fundraiser for scholarships and extracurricular clubs. Don't want to run or walk?Volunteers are always welcome. Email Emily, eangel86@gmail.com to help.

Hope to see our alumni out in full force!
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TOMORROW - We hope to see you on Monday, July 16th at 6pm for our next #myIPS Referenda Community Meeting at New Era Church located at 517 30th Street in Indianapolis, IN.

TELL A FRIEND 🗣 @IPS_FoodService has more than 30 positions available! High school diploma or equivalent required. We’re interviewing on-site at a job fair this TUESDAY at the #myIPS Foodservice Center (4125 Producers Drive). Get all the details here ➡️ https://t.co/ZQvecl4C5S

Free back-to-school rallies and community days are being held throughout the city to help ease the burden of purchasing supplies. Click here for a full list of #myIPScommunity events, including details on the IPS Back to School festival at @IndianaHistory: https://t.co/iHbZRcjSe4

REMINDER - @ConvoyofHope is today from 10am – 4pm at #myIPS John Marshall Middle School (10101 E. 38th Street). Receive free groceries, health services, haircuts, family portraits, other community services, lunch, games and much more! Details: https://t.co/upaHY2UjXQ

TOMORROW - We hope to see you on Monday, July 16th at 6pm for our next #myIPS Referenda Community Meeting at New Era Church located at 517 30th Street in Indianapolis, IN. ... See MoreSee Less

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TELL A FRIEND 🗣 IPS FoodService has more than 30 positions available! High school diploma or equivalent required. We’re interviewing on-site at a job fair this TUESDAY at the #myIPS Foodservice Center (4125 Producers Drive). Get all the details here ➡️ ow.ly/MBth30kXrWA ... See MoreSee Less

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Free back-to-school rallies and community days are being held throughout the city to help ease the burden of purchasing supplies. Click here for a full list of #myIPScommunity events, including details on the IPS Back to School festival at IndianaHistoricalSoc: ow.ly/z8Fb30kXrII ... See MoreSee Less

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REMINDER - Convoy of Hope is today from 10am – 4pm at #myIPS John Marshall Middle School (10101 E. 38th Street). Receive free groceries, health services, haircuts, family portraits, other community services, lunch, games and much more! Details: ow.ly/fst830kWmUX ... See MoreSee Less

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