“At Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis, school founder Rob Marshall — also an Indianapolis native — wants to incorporate the school with the Haughville neighborhood, with students completing service learning and projects based on the needs of the community.

The school, located in the former IPS School 75 building, 2447 West 14th street, Indpls, IN 46222, is specifically seeking to help low-income students who live nearby, and Marshall said his leadership team is intentionally composed of people coming from backgrounds similar to their students.
“We know these students can achieve,” he said. “They just need the right adult that understands the circumstances and is willing to build the relationships.”

Vanguard will be “unapologetically” college prep-focused, Marshall added, with mandatory tutoring at the end of school that helps students with whatever they may have struggled with in that day’s lessons.”

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Vanguard on the radio speaking about the school model! 1310am with Ms Terri Dee!

Vanguard broadcasting live with Terri Dee for Community Connection AM 1310 the Light Radio One Indianapolis#beaVanguard

Posted by Eric D. Saunders on Wednesday, May 23, 2018