Thank you for your interest in Lawrence Township. Please click through the tabs below to learn more about LT and for information regarding enrollment. Questions and concerns can be directed to The Welcome Center. The Welcome Center is located at the Lawrence Education & Community Center,
6501 Sunnyside Road, Indianapolis, IN 46236.
Welcome Center hours are 8:00AM – 4:30PM Monday through Friday.
Click to Email or call the Welcome Center at (317)-423-8209
Located in the northeast corner of the greater Indianapolis area, Lawrence is a residential suburban community of 95,000+ and home to Fort Benjamin Harrison State Park and Geist Reservoir. With families from widely diverse cultural, racial, and socio-economic backgrounds, the Lawrence community values and embraces diversity as one of its greatest strengths. Lawrence Township strives to be the district of destination, a reputation built over the years based on the district's award-winning staff, accomplished administrators, high-achieving students, supportive community, and innovative educational programs.
The Lawrence Township Schools welcome parents and students who are considering enrolling in our schools. Principals will accommodate tours of their school upon request. Please call the school principal to make special visitation arrangements.
Our school district is comprised of four Early Learning Centers, 11 elementary magnet schools (grades 1-6), two middle schools (grades 7-8), two high schools, a center for innovation and technology, and an alternative setting high school. Families looking for options other than their assigned neighborhood school may apply to another district school.
Lawrence Township is investing in every building to better meet student needs and foster achievement. Tagged as the Lawrence Township "Blue Ribbon" Facility Plan, this fiscally responsible investment will be accomplished without increasing local tax rates.
Required Enrollment Documents - All Grade Levels
What to bring with you to enroll your child:
Early Learning Centers
Early Learning Center students will be assigned to neighborhood schools identified by the ELC School Boundary Map at the time of Enrollment. Families will be notified by the office of Early Childhood when their request is approved.
Elementary students will be assigned to their neighborhood school identified by the Elementary School Boundary Map at time of enrollment.
Middle and High School students will be automatically assigned to their neighborhood school -or- during certain windows of time, you may apply to your school of choice. The transfer application process for current MSDLT families wanting to request placement for their students to attend a middle or high school other than the school currently serving their attendance boundary, beginning in August for the 2020-21 school year, is currently closed. Special requests and questions can be submitted here by emailing Secondary Resident Transfer Inquiry. Visit the Grades 7-12 enrollment page for more information.