The School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI offers many resources for high school students and teachers.
High school students can take week-long summer workshops or classes for college credit on the IUPUI campus, work with and learn from current students and world-class faculty, and enjoy a true undergraduate experience.
Teachers can learn new ways to teach information technology in their classes.
The Informatics Diversity-Enhanced Workforce (iDEW) is a workforce development initiative with the IU School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI in collaboration with the Indiana Community, Business Partners, and High Schools.
Special Programs for Academic Nurturing (SPAN) gives high school students a head start on college classes.
These fun, hands-on workshops provide high school and middle school students an introduction to interactive media.
The Mobile App Challenge is a one-day mobile app development competition between teams of Indiana high school students. The top three teams win cash and scholarship prizes.
This workshop for high school teachers provides experience with technology for enhancing instruction in the classroom.
To learn more, to schedule a visit to the School of Informatics and Computing at IUPUI, or to arrange a visit to your class, student club, or organization, please contact Angela Madden at email@example.com or 317-274-7380.