This school may very well rank high if your child is a regular "general education" student, but if your child has ADHD/ADD/Special needs or "ANY" type of learning disability or delay..........please DO NOT send your child to this school!
They are not equipped nor are they qualified to teach special needs children. My 7th grader has an IEP with certain provisions in place to help make her successful, and they still are not servicing her needs. I honestly believe they are setting her up to fail. The teachers DON'T communicate with parents at all unless it's via email or a hand written note in her agenda book.
Steer clear of this school if your child needs special services and you want them to succeed!
We chose Fishers, in part, due to the ratings of HSE HS. With two students, we were hopeful this would be a good place for them. We were very disappointed. The teachers and academics were fine. The other students were snobby and elitist. They had no interest in meeting someone new. My kids are outgoing and friendly. They tried over and again to make friends but were slapped down, ignored and looked down upon. It was a miserable year for them both. We are taking them out. If your student is very active in a sport, wealthy or otherwise "in", good. If not, look at a smaller school district. 3500 students. Too large.