ENROLL

ENROLLMENT

Enrolling at Riverside High School means your student will receive the same award-winning high school education as those who attend Herron High School – our original campus in downtown Indianapolis. Riverside High School is founded on the same belief that a classical, liberal arts education, where students are steeped in great historical thought and invention, is the best preparation for a future life of leadership and service. Riverside High School, like its predecessor, Herron High School, will distinguish itself with an educational experience which combines a classical, liberal arts curriculum with a college preparatory focus.

Enrollment applications are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. You can apply by clicking on the “Enroll Here” button.

Riverside High School will open in the fall of 2017.  Should there be a delay in construction, we will notify families as soon as possible about our temporary location. Students seamlessly used temporary space prior to the opening of Herron High School in 2005.

 

Riverside High School Shadow Opportunity

We welcome students in grades 8 – 9 to shadow a Riverside student for a day. Shadow students will get a glimpse into the academics and culture of Riverside High School. Please fill out the form below to request a date. We will follow up with a confirmation email within 48 hours.

RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL ENROLLMENT

2018 – 2019 Enrollment Information for current 8th graders

Riverside High School Fall Open House

Come learn more about our classical, liberal arts and sciences, college preparatory school, and the exciting plans to move into our permanent location at the former Heslar Naval Armory in the fall of 2018.

 

Thursday, November 9
6-8 p.m.
2916 W. 30th Street

Riverside High School Temporary Location

Riverside High School partnered with Marian University to utilize the facility at 2916 W. 30th Street, less than one mile west of the Armory, for our first location.

 

Why Latin? Why Classical Education?

Learn more about why RHS teaches Latin & about the classical education model