Danville, Indiana, a suburb of Indianapolis, has a strong history of cherishing education. The Danville education system includes parts of both Center and Marion Townships, covering 83 square miles. The school system includes two elementary schools, a middle school and Danville High School. The district offers a first rate education, extracurricular activities for students in kindergarten through high achool, as well as recreational activities and Danville sports.
In addition to traditional Danville education in the school corporation, Opportunity House, located in the country in Hendricks County, Indiana, provides students in need of special attention an opportunity to get back on track. Students who attend Opportunity House are at high risk and are referred by their school administrator, who also provides information on the student so the educators at Opportunity House can provide specialized education. Opportunity House educates troubled students in grades 6 through 12 in an attempt to return them to their original school.
Danville Community Middle School sits on the site of the old Central Normal College (CNC), where generations of teachers received their teaching certificates. Danville Community Middle School still utilizes Hargrave Hall, part of the original CNC campus, making the middle school a historic site of Danville education.
Danville Community Schools
200 Warrior Way
Danville, IN 46122
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