The walls lack a student-of-the-month plaque, an honor roll list and a trophy display case. Outside the classroom, you won’t find any school group competing in sports or academic contests. Yet, students flock here every day, year-round. Dozens more are on a waiting list.
Welcome to Key Learning Community, the first Indianapolis elementary school to rely on the multiple intelligence theory that learning can’t always be measured by standardized tests. The Indianapolis Public Schools elementary opened in 1987. A middle school followed in 1993, and a high school opened in 1999.

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