Average Teacher Salary in The Indianapolis Project School

The average teacher salary in The Indianapolis Project School is $43,352.

Grade Level Average 10th percentile 25th percentile Median 75th percentile 90th percentile
Pre-school $24,350 $16,280 $19,660 $22,900 $27,810 $33,220
Kindergarten $49,770 $33,670 $38,150 $47,470 $62,770 $70,590
Elementary $48,840 $25,690 $35,790 $46,200 $61,870 $73,680
Middle school $47,900 $27,340 $37,600 $47,270 $60,250 $69,680
High school $45,900 $22,570 $29,460 $44,740 $61,370 $72,470

How to Become a Teacher in The Indianapolis Project School

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General Facts

  • Staff: 16
  • Full time teachers: 10
  • Pupil to teacher ratio: 19 to 1
  • Teacher assistants (instructional aides): 1
  • Instructional Coordinators: 1
  • Elementary Teachers: 7
  • Kindergarten Teachers: 3
  • Pre-K Teachers: 0
  • High School Teachers: 0
  • Pre-K to 12 Students: 167

Information on Schools within The Indianapolis Project School

Elementary Schools within the The Indianapolis Project School

School Students Student to Teacher Ratio Full Time Certified Teachers Lowest Grade Offered Highest Grade Offered
The Indianapolis Project School
1145 East 22nd St
Indianapolis, IN 46202
317-608-0210
  • Total: 167
  • Kindergarten: 35
  • 1st grade: 36
  • 2nd grade: 30
  • 3rd grade: 18
  • 4th grade: 23
  • 5th grade: 15
  • 6th grade: 10
19 to 1 9 Kindergarten 6th Grade

General District Statistics

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