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GEO Next Generation High School is a free 9-12 public charter school.  In GEO’s College Immersion Program, students are able to take free college courses on a college campus for college credits, while simultaneously earning a high school diploma. GEO Next Generation High School is a part of a network of high quality charter schools managed by GEO Academies. It joins 21st Century Charter School of Gary a K – 12 school that demonstrates GEO’s commitment to delivering a high quality K-12 learning experience to parents and students in the Indianapolis community.

Our Promise

  • Students can earn 60 college credits and more while in high school

  • College tuition, books and transportation are free of charge

  • Students will gain real college classroom experience and self confidence

  • All college credits earned will support a degree and/or career certification

  • Staff will provide support to ensure student success

PERSERVERANCE

The Ability to Keep
Moving Despite Difficulty

TEAMWORK

Rising and Working Together
In Order to be Successful as One Squad

INTEGRITY

Being Honest and
Owning Mistakes

EXCELLENCE

Striving to be Outstanding
In every Endeavor

REVOLUTIONARIES

Thinking Differently and Advocating
for a Revolution in Society

JOY

Exhibiting Extreme Happiness

Introducing Monique Mays

Monique Mays has been named Interim Principal for Next Gen Indy. Ms. Mays is a licensed principal with 13 years of experience leading charter schools. She earned her bachelor's from Purdue and her master's from Ball State. She was hired by Mr. Carter to serve as our assistant principal and master teacher and has quickly earned the respect of the entire staff. Please join us in welcoming Ms. Mays in this new position.

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: 317.608.6220 | www.GEONextGenHSIndy.org

Our Schools offer a rigorous college preparatory program that includes music, art, technology, educational field trips, guest speakers, and much more! GEO’s academic program helps children who are below grade level, “catch up” and helps students on or above grade levels, “move up”.

Enrolling 9th - 12th Grades for
2021-2022 School Year

  • Certified Teachers
  • Small Classes
  • Individualized Attention
  • Strong, Core Knowledge Academic Curriculum
  • Free college courses
  • Before & After School Programs
  • Transportation Provided
  • Extracurricular Programs & Clubs
  • Free Extended School Day

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Our Model

GEO Next Generation High School is unique in that our entire focus is getting students to and through college and/or career certifications. Traditional high school electives and higher level courses will be taken at the college level, not at the high school level, nor on our high school campus. Our school year schedule and daily schedule will mimic the schedule of IvyTech Community College. Qualified students may start taking college level courses as early as 9th grade. Committed students will be able to earn at least an Associate Degree prior to graduating from our high school—free of charge to the family—fully transferable to a four year university in Indiana and other participating universities across the country. GEO Next Generation High School will provide after school sports and enrichment programs such as basketball, volleyball, track, cross country, cheerleading, dance, theater and music and other activities depending on student interests.

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Pleased to announce that Monique Mays has been named Interim Principal for Next Gen Indy. Ms. Mays is a licensed principal with 13 years of experience leading charter schools. She earned her bachelor's from Purdue and her master's from Ball State. She was hired by Mr. Carter to serve as our assistant principal and master teacher and has quickly earned the respect of the entire staff. Please join me in welcoming Ms. Mays in this new position. Thank you. ...
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Funeral services for Jeffrey Carter, principal of GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis, are planned for Saturday, September 25 at New Spring Church, 10229 Lewis and Clark Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63136. Visitation is from 9-10 a.m. and the service is at 10 a.m.Flowers may be sent to William C. Harris Funeral Home, 1645 Redman Ave., Spanish Lake, MO 63138 ...
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Jeffrey was a wonderful human being. Loved working with him. Huge loss. He will be greatly missed.Dear Next Gen Indy Families, students and staff, It is with a very heavy heart that I report Principal Jeffrey Carter has passed. Jeffrey took over as our principal at Next Generation High School Indianapolis in March. He moved to Indy from Dallas to take this job. He quickly gained the respect of his staff and students, too.I think it is safe to say that we all loved him, loved his smile, his energy, his approach. He was serious about serving our students and supporting staff and he had very high expectations.I will remember Jeffrey for his “why.” He shared why he was so interested in taking the job at Next Gen with all of us. He came from humble beginnings. His Mom made sure he had a good education and indeed practiced school choice for him. He saw himself in the students we serve and believes very much in their abilities to achieve greatness beyond traditional expectations.Jeffrey took a big risk leaving Dallas to come to Indy. He knew no one here, no family lived here, either. But he jumped right in, found a house and quickly gained everyone’s respect for the great job he was doing at Next Gen. He began feeling ill on August 31 and went to the hospital and he was sent home. He has been out of school and at home since August 31. Staff and leadership checked on Jeffrey daily and the last known contact we had with him was Wednesday. He was in good spirits, too.Cause of death is unknown at this time. We will provide as much information as possible as we get it. For now, please keep Jeffrey and his mother, Beverly, as well as the entire staff and student body at Next Gen Indy in your prayers and let’s remember Jeffrey at his best. He was 38. He wants us all to know our “why” we are serving our students. Let your “why” drive you to excellence and to be the best you can be every day. I’m truly grateful to Jeffrey for the short time we knew each other. He was very special and will be missed dearly. As for the school, it is in good hands with current leadership and staff hired by Mr. Carter. We will be open Friday and have counselors on site. Please feel free to call me or message me with any questions you may have. We will keep you posted on all details as appropriate. ...
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Dear Next Gen Indy Families, students and staff, It is with a very heavy heart that I report Principal Jeffrey Carter has passed. Jeffrey took over as our principal at Next Generation High School Indianapolis in March. He moved to Indy from Dallas to take this job. He quickly gained the respect of his staff and students, too.I think it is safe to say that we all loved him, loved his smile, his energy, his approach. He was serious about serving our students and supporting staff and he had very high expectations.I will remember Jeffrey for his “why.” He shared why he was so interested in taking the job at Next Gen with all of us. He came from humble beginnings. His Mom made sure he had a good education and indeed practiced school choice for him. He saw himself in the students we serve and believes very much in their abilities to achieve greatness beyond traditional expectations.Jeffrey took a big risk leaving Dallas to come to Indy. He knew no one here, no family lived here, either. But he jumped right in, found a house and quickly gained everyone’s respect for the great job he was doing at Next Gen. He began feeling ill on August 31 and went to the hospital and he was sent home. He has been out of school and at home since August 31. Staff and leadership checked on Jeffrey daily and the last known contact we had with him was Wednesday. He was in good spirits, too.Cause of death is unknown at this time. We will provide as much information as possible as we get it. For now, please keep Jeffrey and his mother, Beverly, as well as the entire staff and student body at Next Gen Indy in your prayers and let’s remember Jeffrey at his best. He was 38. He wants us all to know our “why” we are serving our students. Let your “why” drive you to excellence and to be the best you can be every day. I’m truly grateful to Jeffrey for the short time we knew each other. He was very special and will be missed dearly. As for the school, it is in good hands with current leadership and staff hired by Mr. Carter. We will be open Friday and have counselors on site. Please feel free to call me or message me with any questions you may have. We will keep you posted on all details as appropriate. ...
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Love celebrating our high school students already taking REAL college courses while attending @21stCharterGary and @geonextgenhs Indy. Today, all these students (in pic) from both schools shared their achievements. Some already earned associate degrees. Wow!That’s how we roll! ...
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GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis utilizará el sistema en línea Inscríbete Indy para el proceso de inscripción 2021-2022. Inscríbete Indy es un proceso de solicitud común que brinda ayuda a las familias con la correcta elección de la escuela que satisfará las necesidades que sus hijos tengan.

Los padres necesitan seguir las instrucciones a continuación para registrarse para el año escolar 2021-2022.

  1. Haga clic aquí para ir directamente a la página de nuestra escuela.
  2. Haga clic en   la esquina superior derecha para seleccionar como su “favorita” y comenzar el proceso de solicitud.
  3. Serás redirigido al Portal Inscríbete Indy. Allí configurará una cuenta y comenzará a llenar su aplicación.
  4. Necesitará un correo electrónico. Si no tiene uno, aquí le brindamos instrucciones que le ayudaran a configurar una cuenta de gmail de Google. Haga clic aquí
  5. Para obtener instrucciones sobre cómo completar la solicitud de inscripción ante de, Haga clic aquí

Para el año escolar 2021-2022, GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis estará matriculando los grados 9o-11o. La escuela está ubicada en 4002 N. Franklin Road, Indianápolis, IN 46236. Para obtener más información para inscribirse en este año escolar actual, comuníquese con la escuela al numero de teléfono (317) 608-6220.

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GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis will be utilizing the Enroll Indy online system for the 2021-2022 enrollment process.  Enroll Indy is a common application process that assists families with school choice to meet the needs of their child(ren). Parents should follow the below directions to register for the 2021-2022 school year.

  1. Click Here to go directly to our school’s page.
  2. Click the top right to select us as your “favorite” and begin the application process.
  3. You will be redirected to Enroll Indy Portal.   There you will set up an account and begin your application
  4. You will need an email address.  If you do not have one, there are instructions to help you set up a Google gmail Account. Click here
  5. For instructions on completing the enrollment application beforehand Click Here

For the 2021-2022 school year, GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis will be enrolling grades 9-12.  The school is located at 4002 N. Franklin Road, Indianapolis, IN  46236.  For information on enrolling this current school year, please contact the school at (317) 608-6220.