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Henry W. Longfellow Medical & STEM Middle School 28

Welcome to Henry W. Longfellow Medical/STEM Middle School 28, where we’re shaping future scientists, technologists, engineers, and mathematicians in a supportive and stimulating environment. Our Principal, Keisha Odom, guides our school with a passion for educational excellence and a firm belief in the potential of every student.

At Longfellow, we offer an immersive and engaging STEM curriculum that empowers students to solve complex problems, think critically, and drive advancements in math, science, technology, and medicine. We extend our commitment beyond academics, encouraging students to involve themselves in extracurricular and co-curricular activities, as well as serving others in their community.

IPS High School Preview for 8th grade students. Hear from representatives from Shortridge, Attucks, Tech, and Washington High School about the programs each school offers for incoming freshmen. There are two opportunities to attend;September 26th 6-7:30pm @ Northwest Middle School Auditorium October 3rd 6-7:30pm @ Broad Ripple Middle School Auditorium See MoreSee Less
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Please join us for music, games, and fun as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Night on Wednesday September 27 from 6-8 pm in the Longfellow Gymnasium. Admission is free, but there will be a food truck on hand if you would like to purchase food (cash only). All are invited to attend 🦁 See MoreSee Less
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Come and join us tonight in our cafeteria for Cookies with the Principal from 5:30-6:30! Come out and hear about important Title I information, our PTSA, and a Q&A with Principal Odom #WelcomeToTheLionsDen🦁 See MoreSee Less
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Empowering the Students of Tomorrow

At Henry W. Longfellow Medical/STEM Middle School 28, we are not just preparing our students for high school and college, but also nurturing a new generation of leaders, innovators, and problem-solvers. Our aim is to spark curiosity, fuel discovery, and build the skills that our students need to excel in the globally competitive 21st century.

Beginning in the 2024-25 academic year, we are excited to announce our transition to an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, serving grades 6–8. This provides an even more comprehensive and student-centered approach to education, emphasizing international perspectives, action & service, and learning how to learn.

Furthermore, we will be improving our athletic fields and outdoor spaces, ensuring a well-rounded and robust extracurricular experience for our students. Whether you’re an aspiring scientist, tech wizard, or a sports enthusiast, there’s a place for you at Longfellow. Join us and be a part of our diverse and dynamic community.