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Roncalli sophomore advocates for herself, other deaf students at Indiana statehouse

February 22nd 2018

  Originally published February 22, 2018 by the Indianapolis Star.  Paige Moore knows what she wants. The 16-year-old Roncalli student wants to go to an Ivy League school after she finishes high school in two years, hence the advanced classes she takes at the private, Catholic college prep high school on Indianapolis’ south side. Like every […]

What people are saying about INPEA

December 12th 2017

“For years now INPEA has been the strongest, most consistent and greatest advocate for students, teachers and families in our state’s non-public schools.   INPEA does what no other organization in the state can do – it not only represents the diversity that exists in our state’s non-public schools; it connects that diversity in a manner […]

Class Assignment Inspires Students to Help Homeless

December 12th 2017

What started out as a reading assignment at Lutheran South Unity School ended up inspiring a student-led service project helping the homeless in Fort Wayne. It’s an example of how academics go hand-in-hand with character education and generosity at LSUS, impacting both the students and the broader community. After seventh graders read the book The Watsons […]

Concordia Lutheran student Addison Agen competes on “The Voice”

December 12th 2017

Vocal sensation Addison Agen has dazzled audiences nationwide on NBC’s hit show, “The Voice.” On December 11, she performed as one of the Top 8 contestants, singing one solo and one duet. Performance highlights Local news coverage The sixteen-year-old student from Fort Wayne, Indiana, began her meteoric performance career with Concordia Lutheran High School productions […]

INPEA Membership Facts and Stats

November 24th 2017