Shortridge High School is the oldest educational institution in Indianapolis, located just a few miles away from the city center. It is easily accessible for students from all parts of the city. St. Richard's Episcopal School is also one of the oldest schools in Indianapolis, providing education to students from preschool to eighth grade.
It is the only private Episcopal day elementary school in the state. St. Richard's Episcopal School was established in 1960, thanks to Reverend Ernest Lynch, who served as rector of the Trinitarian Episcopal Church. At the time, it was known as Saint Richards School. During its 60th anniversary celebration in 2020, Reverend Lynch added an Episcopal school to the name.