Category: Tindley News
Build Something Amazing, Tindley students hands-on learning.
To begin the enrollment registration process for the 2019-20 school year, please click here.You may also enroll in person at any of the Tindley Accelerated Schools between the hours of 8:30am and 4:30pm Monday through Friday. Please call (317) 545-1745, ext. 1777 with any enrollment questions, or to get any assistance.
Tindley students engage with summer programs using computers.
Tindley students engage with summer programs. School begins August 5: First Full Day of School (Grades 1-12) View Calendar
Administration Transition at Tindley Accelerated School
Effective Monday, March 4, Mr. Alan Smith our current Assistant Principal will become the interim Principal as we begin our search for our permanent Principal. To aide in that transition, Mr. James Fidler and Mr. Timothy Wright will be joining the leadership team at Tindley Accelerated School. Mr. Fidler will provide additional academic support for teachers and scholars and Mr. Wright will join the team to provide additional support as the Dean of Culture. Both leaders have been …
Tindley Middle Schools Consolidate for the 2018-19 School Year
Thank you for your ongoing support of our organization. We deeply appreciate the role you play in the success of Tindley and its scholars. A little over a year ago, we began a transition into second generation leadership for Tindley Accelerated Schools. I officially took over the helm as CEO of our network of 6 schools and my first order of business was to hire a Chief Financial Officer which was accomplished in the first quarter of 2017. Additionally, as long-tenured board members bega…
Tindley Partners with Kenzie Academy for Coding Enrichment
Kenzie Academy, a tech apprenticeship school, has announced a collaborative partnership with Tindley Accelerated Schools, enriching Tindley’s STEM programming. The Charles A. Tindley Accelerated High School is the first accelerated school in Indiana. They believe every student is capable of the kind of work normally reserved for “gifted and talented” students and back up their belief with graduating exceptional students prepared for college. Kenzie Academy is reinforcing Tindley’s mis…