Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter School – East

Lunch Menu (August)At Lighthouse Academies, we prepare our scholars through rigorous programs that provide them with a foundation that will allow them to succeed in and graduate from college. Our unique arts-infused curriculum, emphasis on social development and integration of diverse cultural opportunities augments learning and broadens horizons.


Quick Facts

Number of Scholars: 375
Grades: 7-11
Date Opened:
Principal: Tyneasha Rogers-Banks


  • After School Programming with Free Transportation
  • Partnership with the Boys and Girls Club (After School Care)
  • Small Group Advisory Program with academic tracking and graduation plans
  • High School credit opportunities beginning in 7th grade
  • Both remedial and accelerated courses
  • Restorative Justice Discipline Approach
  • Dual Enrollment, AP, and Technical Programs

Annual Events

  • Trunk-or-Treat Halloween Community Event
  • Thanksgiving Celebration Dinner
  • School-wide Talent Show
  • Community Service Day
  • Year-end out-of-state trips
  • Awards Banquets
  • College Visits
  • Exhibitions

Extracurricular Activities

  • Student Council
  • Year Book
  • Peer Jury
  • Vex Robotics Team
  • Athletics (Volleyball, Cheerleading, Basketball, Soccer, Track, Football)
  • Tutoring
  • Mentoring Programs


  • Sam Ash Music Store
  • Soul Hitz Communications LLC
  • Tabernacle Recreation Ministry
  • The Expectations Project
  • Girl Scouts of America
  • Boys and Girls Club




October 2017:

  • Oct 6th / End Quarter 1
  • Oct. 11th / Half Day / Parent & Teacher Conf.
  • Oct. 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th / No School / Fall Break
  • Oct. 20th /  In-School Dance

November 2017:

  • Saturday, November 18th / High School Homecoming
Work Hard. Get Smart. Graduate from College.

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Document Archive


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School Leaders

Assistant Principal

Jeremy Wolley

Mr. Jeremy Wolley is a native of Indianapolis, IN. He graduated from Indiana State University in 2010 and earned his Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Ball State University in 2015. He began his career with Indianapolis Lighthouse College Prep Academy- South in 2010 as an ELA teacher. Mr. Wolley accepted a position in 2012 with the Marion County Sheriff’s Office (Indianapolis) as an Educational Interventionist for offenders facing a variety of felony charges. In this position he was responsible for developing, implementing, and assessing educational and social/emotional curriculum for inmates housed in the Marion County jail. Realizing the profound need for interventions at an earlier age, he decided to return to traditional K-12 education. Mr. Wolley began working as a Dean of Students in 2013 and served as a Co-Principal in 2014 at a turnaround high school in Indianapolis. He has a sincere passion for urban youth and is excited to contribute to the success of Assistant Principal.
Director of College Transition

Jenna Beck

Graduated from Ben Davis High School. Received Bachelor's in Geography and Secondary Education from Indiana University. Will graduate in May with Master's in School Counseling and a certificate as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), also from Indiana University. I have recently been accepted to IUPUI's Urban Education Ph.D program and will begin my research courses in June of 2018.


Become a Lighthouse Academy Student

Discover, achieve and prepare for success in college and beyond. We will prepare your student academically, socially and culturally to succeed in and graduate from college.  We will develop your student’s critical decision-making skills to prepare him/her for success in life.  Lighthouse Academies offers small schools, small class sizes, longer school year, and longer school day so we can provide students with a high quality education. Don’t wait – apply now to transform your child’s future!

Join Our Team

Are you fearless, driven and forward-thinking? We need people who want to teach, lead and transform the lives of our students. We need people who share our passion for creativity and innovation. We are committed to developing the capacity of our staff with 20 professional days each year, individual coaching and collaboration. Join us in transforming children’s futures.

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Indianapolis Lighthouse Charter School – East

4002 North Franklin Road, Indianapolis, IN 46226, USA

39.8316078 -86.0289764
Tel: 317-897-2472
Fax: 317-897-0302

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