Shortridge High School

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Dates:
Active 1870
Active 1990

Biographical notes:

Indianapolis High School was founded in 1864 as the state's first free high school. Its name was changed to Shortridge High School in 1898 in honor of school superintendent Abram C. Shortridge.

From the description of Indianapolis High School Graduates, 1869-1911. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 32518728

Founded in 1864 as Indianapolis High School, Shortridge was the state's first free high school. Its name was changed to Shortridge in 1898 in honor of Superintendent Abram C. Shortridge who began the school's tradition of excellence. From the 1930s on, Shortridge was affected by the socio-economic changes in the community, leading to its closing in 1981.

From the description of Records, 1870-1990. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 31994962

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Subjects:

  • School sports--Photographs
  • High school equivalency exams
  • High schools--Alumni and alumnae
  • Student newspapers and periodicals
  • High school teachers
  • Student government
  • School yearbooks
  • Parent's and teachers' associations
  • Programs
  • High school
  • High school students
  • High school students--Photograph
  • World War, 1939-1945--Education and the war

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  • Indiana--Indianapolis (as recorded)
  • Indiana--Indianapolis (as recorded)