4002 N. Franklin Road • Indianapolis
A New Public High School on Indianapolis’ East Side for School Year 20/21.
College credits at no cost to you!
GEO Next Generation High School, a free 9-12 public charter school, will open its doors in Fall 2020. GEO Next Generation High School will begin with 9th – 11th grades and add 12th grade for the 2021/2022 school year. In GEO’s Early College model, 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.
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
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”.
We are thrilled to welcome, Kelli B. Marshall as School Leader of GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis.
We are thrilled to welcome, Kelli B. Marshall as School Leader of GEO Next Generation High School Indianapolis. Marshall, being a Hoosier Native and extremely passionate about education, brings a deep well of experience that spans over 25 years. Upon graduating from Indiana University, Marshall considered moving away from Indiana, but quickly saw the need for quality educators in her hometown, which is why her first 16 years in education were devoted to the Indianapolis Public Schools. She brings the experience and passion necessary to make the right choices for the students and staff of GEO Next Generation High School.
Enrolling 9th - 11th Grades for
2020-2021 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
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.
Recent Facebook Posts:
Recent News Posts:
Dear Friends: Baton Rouge Mayor Sharon Weston Broome (above and below) joined the Board of Directors for GEO Academies earlier this week to cut the
Please plan to join us on October 6 at 10 a.m. for our ribbon cutting ceremony to open Baton Rouge’s newest high school, GEO Next
The “2020 College Equity Report” released today by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education provides important data that when compared to data results at 21st Century