at 1801 E 86th St, Indianapolis , 46240 United States
North Central High School is a public high school in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. It is part of the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township.The 2009–10 school year enrollment was 3,400 in grades 9–12. The principal is Evans Brannigan. North Central is an International Baccalaureate (IB) school.HistoryNorth Central was established in 1956 in response to Washington Township's rapidly growing population and the desire of residents to have a local high school. Prior to this, students from the township attended Broad Ripple and Shortridge High Schools in Indianapolis. (At this time, most of the township was outside the city limits.) In 1963 the current facility was opened, and the original building was repurposed to Northview Middle School.In 1993 and 1994, the school suffered from two major fires set by arsonists. The second fire was especially severe, destroying several areas of the building, including the newly renovated gymnasium. All of the affected areas were rebuilt, but the arsonists were never caught.In 2004, William F. Gulde, the North Central High School Social Studies chair at the time, published a detailed history of the school titled Hopes, Dreams, and Books: The Story of North Central High School, 1956–2004.The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is set in Indianapolis, where the character of Augustus Waters was a basketball star at North Central before getting cancer.
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North Central High School is Indianapolis based place and this enity listed in High School category. Located at 1801 E 86th St IN 46240. Contact phone number of North Central High School: (317) 259-5301