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Welcome to Christel House Academy South!


My name is Allison Young-Baker, and the 2023-24 school year marks my 15th year in education, and my third year at Christel House. As the proud principal of Christel House South I am delighted to extend a warm and enthusiastic welcome to both new and returning families. Our school is a place where curiosity thrives, creativity flourishes, and lifelong learners are nurtured. With a dynamic curriculum that emphasizes critical thinking, problem-solving, and character development, we strive to equip our students with the skills they need to succeed in an ever-evolving world. We understand that every student is unique, and we celebrate their individual strengths and passions.  I’m so excited to work with you this year and embark on a  rewarding educational journey where we support, challenge, and uplift one another, fostering a sense of belonging and achievement for every member of our school community. Please reach out if there is anything I can do to support you and your child. It’s going to be an amazing school year!

Mrs. Allison Young-Baker

Meals and Nutrition

Breakfast and lunch menus.

August Breakfast Menu

August Lunch Menu

The Education Your Child Deserves: Enroll

Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year is still open. Families Interested in applying should contact our Enrollment Specialist, Cristian Gomez at or call 317-721-2156.

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Support the transformative power of education at Christel House Indianapolis. 100% of donations support programs and services for Christel House Indianapolis students. Overhead and fundraising costs for Christel House are covered by the organization’s Founder.

2023-2024 School Calendar

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What's Happening

Christel House Indianapolis at a Glance


We are proud to be one of the first charter schools in the state of Indiana with over twenty years of experience.


One hundred percent of our graduates receive acceptance into a 4 year college/university.


We have seven schools across three campuses and currently serve over 2,102 students. 


Our average faculty to students ratio is ten to one.


One hundred percent of our educators hold a bachelor’s or master's degree.


We provide resources and assistance to our students for up-to five years after graduation.