By Andrew Pillow
It’s no secret that Indianapolis Public Schools has more buildings than it can fill. It now looks as if many of these schools will indeed close.
The current situation has been exacerbated by the decision to remove middle schools and shift to a strictly high school model for existing IPS schools.
“We have so many high schools. The enrollment at the high school level does not call for the number of high schools we have now, especially when we have high schools that serve grades 9-12,” said Ferebee.
Read more and see a map of under enrolled schools here. (via: WFYI)