Accepting PPHS Seniors into the family

Purdue Polytechnic High School was founded on the goal of reimagining the high school experience for underrepresented minority students from Indianapolis Public Schools to attend Purdue.

And on April 16, 2021, the first PPHS seniors committed to being Boilermakers were celebrated with Purdue Day.

 The event was a day of celebration for the 37 students who had accepted their admissions offers, with activities for all students, as well. The day was documented with student interviews and through photography and videography. The excitement was palpable. Looking at the journey these seniors had taken together – from temporary locations in downtown Indianapolis to the revitalized PR Mallory Building – the shared sense of accomplishment, and growing feelings of Boilermaker pride, is completely justified.  

 See how the PPHS Purdue Day story was told.

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The event was a day of celebration for the 37 students who had accepted their admissions offers, with activities for all students, as well. The day was documented with student interviews and through photography and videography, and the excitement of the event resonated clearly through coverage. Looking at the journey these seniors had taken together – from temporary locations in downtown Indianapolis to the revitalized PR Mallory Building – the shared sense of accomplishment, and growing feelings of Boilermaker pride, is completely justified.

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