Arsenal Tech High School
We are a proud member of the Indianapolis Public Schools community of schools serving grades 9 through 12.
Home of the Titans!
At Arsenal Tech, we offer rigorous and personalized academic programs that equip students with everything from industry certifications to college credits. And we do so on a uniquely urban and historic 76-acre campus that evokes the beauty of some of the nation’s leading colleges and universities.
With our five career academies and fifteen tailored academic pathways, Arsenal Tech offers one of the state’s most diverse high school curriculums. We offer five college and career options including the STEM Academy; Law and Public Safety Academy; the Skilled Trades and Human Services Academy; the Media Arts and Design Academy; and the Teaching, Leading, and Learning Academy. In addition, Arsenal Tech partners with leading universities and student academic organizations to enrich its academic offerings and provide access to college-level credit – from Ivy Tech Community College, to IUPUI, the FFA organization and more,
Tech offers the city’s most robust offerings in Visual and Performing Arts and boasts more than 450 student athletes across 22 varsity teams.
acre campus with college-like feel
Latest School News
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If you are 18 or older and registered to vote, ensure you make it to the polls to cast your vote! You will need a photo ID that matches the registration and was issued by either the state of Indiana or the US Government. IPS is arranging a bus to transport you from school to… Read More »Titans Vote!
On Wednesday, March 1, 2023, the class of 2024 took the digital version of the SAT as required by the Indiana Department of Education. To celebrate the Juniors, at the end of the test day, a cookout was held in the East Gym. Check out the celebration!
Tech Post #3 is available in Spanish! 2022-2023 Editions
Our Historic Campus
Originally built as a U.S. Civil War Arsenal, Arsenal Technical High School opened as a public high school in 1912. The original Arsenal and barracks are still in use today, and the school was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.