Carpe Diem Learning Systems broke ground this week on its state-of-the art Meridian Campus at 2240 N. Meridian St.
The ceremony included Indianapolis Deputy Mayor for Education Jason Kloth, Indiana Public Charter Schools Association President Russ Simnick and Carpe Diem Learning Systems officials.
The Meridian Campus, one of the first state-chartered secondary schools in Indiana, will provide tuition free, personalized-learning opportunities that will blend state-of-the-art technology and high levels of student support to prepare students for college, trade schools, careers and beyond.
The 19,000-plus square foot facility will feature more than 300 individual student work stations, classrooms with laptop computers and smart boards and a cutting-edge wireless student attendance tracking system.
Carpe Diem Schools – Meridian Campus, which is currently enrolling students for the 2012-13 academic year, is a tuition-free public charter school. It was created to serve Indianapolis middle and high school students of all backgrounds and abilities. The Carpe Diem model combines a personalized curriculum with state-of-the-art technology and high levels of support to give students a leg up as they prepare for college, trade schools, careers and beyond.
More information is available at carpediemeridian.com, or by calling (317) 921-7497.