Eric Saunders, Vanguard’s Director of Community Engagement, co-hosts a Facebook Live show called Tea’s Me Community Conversations. Check out this recent session that included Marlin Jackson, former NFL player and founder of Fight for Life, one of Vanguard’s community partners.

Tea’s Me Community Conversations Ep. 14 Disrupting Unconscious Bias

Community Conversations are sponsored by Tea’s Me Cafe.

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Indianapolis native will lead the education of scholars who have upbringings similar to his

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (April 21, 2021)Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis, a public charter school serving students in the 5th to 8th grades, is pleased to welcome Abe Tawfeek to its school community as principal. A native of west Indianapolis and 1999 graduate of Northwest High School, Tawfeek assumed his new role in mid-February. 

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This article was originally published by the Indianapolis Recorder on February 11, 2021. It was written by Tyler Fenwick – Twitter @Ty_Fenwick.

Temperature kiosks could make return to school safer.

CEO and Vanguard Collegiate executive director with Mobil Trackr device

School administrators have a lot to worry about as students begin going back to classrooms for in-person learning. Wearing masks, social distancing, paying attention to who’s sniffling and sneezing — all while being ready to shift back to virtual learning in case there’s a COVID-19 outbreak.

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Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis secures new facility
Partnership with the Hawthorne Community Center opens new opportunities for students

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (July 28, 2020)Vanguard Collegiate of Indianapolis, a public charter school serving students in the 5th to 8th grades, is pleased to announce that starting the 2020-21 school year, it will be located in the Hawthorne Community Center (2440 West Ohio Street),

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“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.

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