Student Day at the Legislature
An extended learning opportunity for Indiana youth grades 6-12, this Day at the Legislature brings classroom learning to life in our state’s capitol building, and affords youth leaders interactive, experiential application of policy in the making. This program affords students a vehicle for experiencing first-hand the legislative intricacies of policy and decision-making in our state government. Students will have the opportunity to tour the statehouse, hear from elected officials from different branches of Indiana government, and debate a current bill with their peers.
Student Day at the Legislature News
The 2020-21 Department of Student Programs (DSP) Online Membership-Participation form is now available! Join us for another great year of competition!
Guest blog post by Keith Burke Marion High School has a very proud athletic tradition. The Giants have won eight state championships and are tied with Muncie Central for the most titles in Indiana high school boys basketball history. Nearly everyone knows of the Giant athletic tradition at Marion High School but, there is another […]
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of the Year
Anyone who serves as an academic coach during the school year is eligible for this award, and can be nominated by their principal, another coach, coordinator or volunteer. One academic coach from each level of competition (elementary, middle/junior and senior) is recognized at our annual Academic Coaches Conference.
In order to participate in Department of Student Programs (DSP) sponsored academic competitions, cheer competitions, Student Day at the Legislature, MLK Essay contest, and any other DSP programs, schools must maintain a current membership in DSP.