• Alert:

    Pike Family,

    Out of extreme caution for our staff and students, all MSD of Pike Township schools will start on August 11, 2020, with remote or virtual learning until Labor Day at which time a review of COVID-19 data will be used to determine whether schools can open for in-person instruction. Due to our delayed start, expect adjustments to our previously scheduled Fall and Thanksgiving Break schedules.
     
    If it becomes necessary to pause in-person learning at any time, we will move to remote learning.

    Click here to see our 2020-2021 Back To School Plan in English

    Click here to see our 2020-2021 Back To School Plan in Spanish

    Questions may be submitted via [email protected]

     

    In order to complete the 2020-21 Return to School Form, please log in to your Skyward Family Access account. Please note, you will not be able to access the form by logging in via a student account. If you need assistance with login or form completion, please contact your child’s school. The default option for families who do not make a selection by July 24th will be the in-person option.

    To change your selection prior to July 24th:

    Select “Online Form” from the Home Menu on the left

    Click “View”

    Select “Mark as not completed and make changes” at the top of the form

    Click on “Custom Form” on the right side and make desired changes

    After finished, click “Submit 20-2021 Return to School Form” button

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Last Updated: 7/25/2019 12:30 PM

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 parent engagement, community partnerships, exceptional students and acclaimed educators.

MSD of Pike Township is diverse, with a 91% nonwhite student population, with 855 international students who represent 68 different countries and speak 81 languages. Pike Township is comprised of an early learning center, nine elementary schools, three middle schools, a freshman center, high school and a preparatory academy which serves middle school scholars in need of additional support in the areas of behavior and/or academics, as well as high school students who benefit from an alternative learning environment.

In a city of more than 1 million people, Pike Township is an urban residential community with a population of approximately 72,000 and an assessed value of $3.7 billion. Our district, which is located in the northwest corner of the greater Indianapolis area, is home to families with diverse social, cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds. Township residents enjoy close proximity to all the excitement of downtown Indianapolis.