The Indianapolis Notre Dame ACE Academies serve nearly 1,100 students in the five Catholic inner-city elementary schools of Central Catholic, Holy Angels, Holy Cross, and St. Philip Neri. Visit each school's website to request a tour.
Central Catholic School is a Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade Roman Catholic school that has the privilege of serving children of all faiths, socio-economic backgrounds, and nationalities. Central Catholic School opened its doors to students in the fall of 1974 and has been in continuous operation since that time. We have a long and rich history on the near south side of Indianapolis. Central Catholic School is supported by the center-city parishes, including Sacred Heart, Holy Rosary, St. Patrick, and Good Shepherd.
Holy Angels Catholic School is located on the Holy Angels Parish grounds on the west side of Indianapolis and serves Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade young people under the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. Here at Holy Angels, we believe the maximum potential of our students will be achieved through school partnership with our parish, our families, and our community. We welcome students and families of all backgrounds and cultures as we strive to meet their holistic needs.
Holy Cross Central School is a Pre-K (age 3) through grade 8 Roman Catholic school on the near east side that has the privilege of serving children of all faiths, socio-economic backgrounds, and nationalities. Holy Cross opened it doors to students in the fall of 1896 and has been in continuous operation ever since. Christ is the reason for the school and His presence guides teachers and students.
St. Philip Neri School, located on the near east side, welcomes students of every religious belief, race, and ethnic origin in Pre-K (age 3) through grade 8.. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing the highest quality Catholic education for each student. Using best practices as well as deep-rooted traditions, we are dedicated to equipping our students with the necessary skills and tools in order to be successful 21st century learners who are active in their faith and grow to be contributing adults.