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We Live To Learn

Our mission is to create empowering opportunities for all students and alumni through an equitable and exceptional education, helping them actualize their aspirations and develop skills that prepare them for life beyond the classroom.

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Support the transformative power of education at Christel House Indianapolis. 100% of donations support programs and services for Christel House Indianapolis students. Overhead and fundraising costs for Christel House are covered by the organization’s Founder.

Preparation for College and Beyond: College and Careers

Our college and career program works with students to plan for post-high school education and jobs. Whether a student goes to college or straight into a career after graduation, CHA stays in regular contact with that student, either the duration of their time in college, or the first few years of their career.


The mission of the Christel House Athletic department is to inspire and equip the athletes of Christel House to excel in athletics while developing character and leadership traits that prepare the student for life after high school.

Christel House DORS: A High School For Adults

Christel House DORS is a tuition-free high school for adults over the age of 18 who still need to earn a high school diploma. Students can earn college credit at Ivy Tech, while completing high school course requirements if they are academically eligible.

The Education Your Child Deserves: Enroll

Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is still open.  Families Interested in applying should contact our Enrollment Specialist, Cristian Gomez at or call 317-721-2156.

2023-2024 School Calendar

Click 'Learn More' to download the school calendar. 

What's Happening

Christel House Indianapolis at a Glance


We are proud to be one of the first charter schools in the state of Indiana with over twenty years of experience.


One hundred percent of our graduates receive acceptance into a 4 year college/university.


We have seven schools across three campuses and currently serve over 2,102 students. 


Our average student to faculty ratio is ten to one.


One hundred percent of our educators hold a bachelor’s or master's degree.


We provide resources and assistance to our students for up-to five years after graduation.