Irvington Preparatory Academy was established in 2006. Originally known as Irvington Community High School, our secondary learning institution changed its name in 2009, relocating to the Children's Guardian Home in 2010.
Irvington Prep has graduated 117 students in its first two graduating classes (2010 and 2011, respectively). They have matriculated to more than 20 colleges and universities, including Indiana University, Purdue University, Butler University, Marian University, and St. Mary-of-The Woods College. In 2011, IPA graduates earned $1 million in academic college assistance.
Our curriculum is rigorous and demanding. All students take at least one Advanced Placement course (U.S. History) during their career at IPA. Our AP course offerings include Government, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Psychology, English, and Studio Art (2D Design). Beginning with the Class of 2013, all students will be required to earn an Indiana Academic Honors Diploma in order to graduate from Irvington Prep.
IPA's teacher-student ratio averages one teacher to 13 students per class overall, and one teacher to 23 students in core class offerings. Our ability to give students a personalized approach to learning is one of the central strengths of Irvington Community Schools. See what our past and present students have to say about their IPA experience.
When comparing your local high school options, we invite you to schedule a tour to learn about The Irvington Way and our college prep focus. Please contact IPA's Director of Operations Deanna Pryor at 357-3770 x143.