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Immaculate Heart of Mary School (C600)

317 E 57th St
Indianapolis, IN 46220-2517
Phone: (317) 255-5468 Fax: (317) 475-7379
School Homepage

Principal: Ms Ronda Swartz
rswartz@ihmindy.org
Grade Levels KG - 08
Accreditation Status: State Accreditation

Marion County
Non-Public School

Overview

Enrollment 2019-20

392 students

White: 370 students, 94.4% Multiracial: 19 students, 4.8% Hispanic: 3 students, 0.8% White: 370 students, 94.4%
Paid meals: 392 students, 100.0% Paid meals: 392 students, 100.0%
School: 91.5%, 43 students School: 91.5%, 43 students School: 91.5%, 43 students School: 91.5%, 43 students Indiana: 69.8%, 50,787 students Indiana: 69.8%, 50,787 students Indiana: 69.8%, 50,787 students Indiana: 69.8%, 50,787 students School: 74.5%, 38 students School: 74.5%, 38 students School: 74.5%, 38 students School: 74.5%, 38 students Indiana: 73.3%, 64,047 students Indiana: 73.3%, 64,047 students Indiana: 73.3%, 64,047 students Indiana: 73.3%, 64,047 students School: 78.0%, 39 students School: 78.0%, 39 students School: 78.0%, 39 students School: 78.0%, 39 students Indiana: 69.4%, 64,494 students Indiana: 69.4%, 64,494 students Indiana: 69.4%, 64,494 students Indiana: 69.4%, 64,494 students School: 84.8%, 39 students School: 84.8%, 39 students School: 84.8%, 39 students School: 84.8%, 39 students Indiana: 70.2%, 63,264 students Indiana: 70.2%, 63,264 students Indiana: 70.2%, 63,264 students Indiana: 70.2%, 63,264 students School: 89.4%, 42 students School: 89.4%, 42 students School: 89.4%, 42 students School: 89.4%, 42 students Indiana: 72.4%, 64,089 students Indiana: 72.4%, 64,089 students Indiana: 72.4%, 64,089 students Indiana: 72.4%, 64,089 students School: 68.9%, 31 students School: 68.9%, 31 students School: 68.9%, 31 students School: 68.9%, 31 students Indiana: 63.3%, 53,049 students Indiana: 63.3%, 53,049 students Indiana: 63.3%, 53,049 students Indiana: 63.3%, 53,049 students
Subject:

In 2014-15 Indiana transitioned to new, more rigorous college-and-career ready standards and a new statewide assessment to measure these standards. Therefore, results are not comparable to previous data.