INPEA

Indiana Non-Public Education Association

Crown Point Christian School has become a member of The Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA). As the voice for private schools in Indiana; INPEA makes sure we are at the forefront of all topics affecting non-public education. INPEA takes an active part in public policy and societal issues that impact member schools, their students and teachers. Hoosier parents who believe in private schooling want quality education for their children. INPEA provides support and encouragement to member schools and organizations to ensure that the non-public educational opportunities are competitive and comprehensive.

  1. Who
    • INPEA represents over; 415 non-public schools, 96,000 students (pre-K to 12th grade) and 6,900 teachers, in the state of Indiana.
  2. What
    • INPEA makes sure CPCS is at the forefront of all topics affecting non-public education by actively participating in public policy and societal issues that impact member schools, students and teachers.
  3. Why
    • Parents who believe in private schooling want quality education for their children.
    • INPEA provides support and encouragement to member schools and organizations to ensure that the non-public educational opportunities are competitive and comprehensive.
  4. Where
    • The INPEA is located in Indianapolis.
    • Crown Point Christian School’s INPEA liaisons are Mr. Groen and Mr. Wiersma
  5. When
    • INPEA works year round but specifically during the legislative session.
  6. How can you participate?
    • Visit www.inpea.org to learn more about this organization.
    • You may receive an INPEA UPDATE in the Gold Note or a CPCS email.
    • You may be asked to express your concerns with your state legislators.

INPEA information will be emailed from CPCS to you regarding a specific policy issue that is coming up for a vote. Please review and pray for the topic being addressed. Email your legislative representative or committee members to express your opinion. CPCS may provide an email template or phone script to assist you.

In summary, INPEA provides a unique opportunity for us as parents to communicate with our elected state leaders regarding education issues.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact the school office at (219) 365-5694.

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