Babysitters in Indianapolis

Well known for the Indianapolis 500, this Hoosier state capital city will be hosting 2012 Super Bowl. This metropolis may be known for being home to former President Benjamin Harrison and even pork tenderloin, but it is also known for great education. Home to many wonderful schools, the potential for finding a babysitter in this town is remarkable.

Top 5 Colleges – Find Sitters

Butler University – Butler University was founded in 1855 and sits on a gorgeous 290 acre campus that is “hailed as one of the most attractive in the Midwest for its park-like setting.” With nearly 5,000 students, a babysitter is likely to be found here.

University of Indianapolis – UIndy is a private and comprehensive college with an affiliation with United Methodist Church.  Their mission is to “prepare its graduates for effective, responsible, and articulate membership in the complex societies in which they live and serve.”

Crossroads Bible College – This private higher learning institute is committed to “academic excellence based on a solid foundation of biblical authority,” by using the Bible as the core of all their programs.

Marian University –Marian University is a Catholic college based on the Franciscan values of dignity, peace, justice, reconciliation and responsible stewardship. Although Catholic, they welcome students of all faiths desiring to live in a close knit community while furthering their education.

Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis – Labeled one of the ‘Top 5 Up & Coming’ American Universities by U.S. News & World Reports, IUPUI is home of nationally ranked programs in nursing, law and health. With a staggering student enrollment of over 30,000 students, you should have no problems locating a babysitter at this school.

Top 5 High Schools – Find Sitters

International School of Indiana –Students at ISI are prepped for the future by instilling a foundation of critical thinking skills, along with the desire and attitude necessary to cope with an advancing society. ISI does not hold its student accountable to the educational standards of the US, but rather the world. This global approach to teaching brings in faculty members from all over the world, and requires students to be fluent in multiple languages; including Mandarin.

Emmerich Manual High School – Founded in 1895, Emmerich Manual has a motto of “education the mind, hand and heart.” This school believes in not only developing a students’ intellect, but their character and self-worth too. They believe that a formal education is just the beginning to a life-long love of learning.

Pike High School – The leaders at Pike believe not only in the student’s involvement with the community, but the community’s involvement with the students. They work together with the parents and community to “enhance the academic, social, physical and ethical development of all students.”

Cathedral High School – Although this school originated as an all-boys school, they began integrating females into the population in the 1970’s, when they took up residence in a former all-girls academy. Their football team is highly acclaimed for their achievement in securing more victories than any other school in the state, even though they do not have a home field.

Broad Ripple Magnet High School for the Arts & Humanities – Coming a long way from their meager beginnings in 1886 with only 7 students, Broad Ripple now boasts an enrollment of over 2,500 students. The schools performing arts curriculum is a “pre-professional curriculum involving intensive specialized instruction” in one of their many arts magnet programs.