K-12 Education

Our region is equipped with an excellent educational system for K-12 students. Grant County, Indiana houses five school districts: Marion, Eastbrook, Madison-Grant, Mississinewa, and Oak Hill.

Below we have provided contact information for all school districts including our private/parochial schools:

Public Education

Marion Community Schools
1240 S Adams St
Marion, IN 46953
Eastbrook Community Schools
560 S 900E
Marion, IN 46953
Madison-Grant Community Schools
11580 S E 00 West
Fairmount, IN 46928
Mississinewa Community Schools
424 E S “A” St
Gas City, IN 46933
Oak Hill United School Corp.
1474 N 800-27
Converse, IN 46919

Private/Parochial Schools:

Lakeview Christian School
5318 S Western Ave
Marion, IN 46953
St Paul Parish School
1009 Kem Rd
Marion, IN 46952
The King’s Academy
1201 S Water St
Jonesboro, IN 46938
The Dr.Robert H Faulkner Academy
Public Charter School
1111 W Second St
Marion, IN 46952

Higher Education


Taylor University is a Christian liberal arts college consistently ranked in U.S. News & World Report as the #1 regional college–Midwest. 80% of students travel abroad and 97% are employed or in grad school within 6 months of graduation. Taylor boasts top ranked programs in a variety of fields, offering 60+ majors. On the non-academic side, Taylor has been featured multiple times in national news for their Silent Night basketball game.


Indiana Wesleyan University is an evangelical Christian comprehensive university that is committed to liberal arts and professional education. U.S. News & World Report ranks Indiana Wesleyan University as “one of the best Master’s universities in the Midwest.” Indiana Wesleyan has been one of the fastest growing Indiana universities in recent years. Their premier School of Nursing and expansive online program offerings set IWU apart from other private Christian universities in the Midwest.


In 2008, Ivy Tech opened a new branch in Marion and in 2009 had over 1,800 students enrolled. Ivy Tech Community College is the nation’s largest state-wide community college with single accreditation. It is the state’s largest public post-secondary institution serving nearly 200,000 students a year. The school’s Department of Workforce and Economic Development offers local, affordable solutions for Indiana Business and industry training needs. To learn how the Growth Council partners with Ivy Tech in work force development training, check out our Grant’s Got Talent program.


Project Leadership

Project Leadership is an organization that blossomed out of a generous investment from Lilly Endowment, Inc. in 2000, when Lilly funded a Community Alliances to Promote Education (CAPE) program in Grant County.

The Project Leadership mentoring program is a community partnership that works to weave the dreams, hopes and futures of our community’s most precious resource – young people. This school-based mentoring program matches outstanding community volunteers with local Twenty-first Century Scholars to encourage and guide them throughout their academic high school careers. Project Leadership awards mentorships to scholars during their freshmen year of high school. Mentors commit to a minimum of a one-year relationship with the student.



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