South Putnam Community Schools

3999 South US Highway 231, Greencastle, IN. 46135

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South Putnam High School Philosophy:

 

The Educational Programs of South Putnam Middle School and High School advances the belief that everyone deserves the opportunity to develop his or her potential in order to become a responsible citizen. To this end, the schools are committed to providing quality education with courses, extra-curricular and extra-school activities planned to enhance the intellectual, social, physical, emotional, cultural, and moral development of all students in an atmosphere, which promotes self-discipline and self-motivation. While recognizing individual differences and special needs, the schools encourage students to benefit themselves and society by making wise decisions and thinking critically, creatively and effectively.

 

School Status:

Administration Office: Open

High School Office: Open

Elementary Offices: Open

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