The town of Avon is just five miles west of Indianapolis, in Washington Township and Hendricks County, and it is only ten minutes away from the Indianapolis International Airport. Within the Hendricks County community, Avon is the only Tree City USA Community and the community takes pride in its preservation of the natural environment. The town of Avon is home of four-star schools and the Hendricks County Symphony and Choir. There are over 20 religious establishments within the community. Some of the other amenities within the community include walking trails, a nine acre lake, two ponds, fishing, 3 playgrounds, 18 hole disc golf course, playgrounds, bike trails, and basketball courts.


Greater Avon Population is estimated to be 45,000



Brownsburg is a town in Hendricks County. The 2010 Census concluded that the population was 21,285. It is home to an award-winning school corporation that includes one of the state’s first Challenger Learning Centers. The Challenger Learning Center is in partnership with the learning community in order to provide a more profound leaning experiences in which science, technology, engineering and math curriculums are integrated with the “21st Century Life Skills” (“communications, teamwork, responsible decision making and critical thinking skills”). Just east of the town, is the Lucas Oil Race Way At Indianapolis. This track is home to many “high profile racing events”. Included in those events are the MAC Tools U.S. Nationals, The Annual “Night Before the 500” and SpeedFest, The NASCAR Camping World Trucks race and a NASCAR Nationwide Series event. Other amenities include, camps, athletic leagues and special event held in the town throughout the year.



Carmel, a town in Hamilton County, is ranked the 33rd safest city in America. All of the Carmel Clay schools have earned, from the state, an “A” or “Exemplary Progress”. The Smoky Row Elementary School was named a Blue Ribbon School and every Carmel School has earned the Healthy Hoosier Award. The Academics are top ranking. Kindergarten all the way through high school prepare the students for College, standardized tests, and life after college. This year, there were 3 perfect ACT scores, 48 National Merit Semifinalists, third place in the IUPUI Poetry Contest, and First place in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. There are over 25 Religious establishments within the community. Other amenities within the community include the Carmel Symphony Orchestra, Carmel is home of the Palladium, there is a Veterans Memorials, more than 500 acres of park land, Carmel Runners Club and much, much more.




The town of Fishers is located in Fall Creek and Delaware Townships, Hamilton County. The 2010 Census concluded that there was a population of 76,794. The mission of Fishers parks and recreation department “is to provide experiences that enhance quality of life through play and discovery.” There are summer camps, games nights, service days, sport leagues, adult activities, children’s activities and parent/child activities. The schools in Fishers (Hamilton Southeastern) are divided into four categories; elementary which is K-4, Intermediate (5-6), Junior High (7-8) and High School (9-12). HSE schools score higher than average on standardized tests. The average SAT scores for HSE high school was higher than both the state and national average. The ISTEP scores were higher than the average scores throughout the state in all of the testing categories and finally the Graduation rate (within the past 7 years) has been much higher than the average throughout the state.



Indianapolis is the capital city of Indiana. It is located in Marion County and as of the 2010 census, and the population is 829,718. Indianapolis is filled with activities for all ages. It is the host of many concerts and activities such as the Irish Festival, Black Expo, The Race For the Cure and many, many more. There are many Indianapolis schools, all of which are highly ranked schools. There are many private college preparatory schools as well. Both the public and private schools are five star and blue ribbon schools!



Zionsville, a small town, is apart of both Eagle and Union Townships in Boone County. In the Village of Zionsville, there are many unique shops and there is always something fun to do. Throughout the year there are many events and festivities that take place. Zionsville has beautiful nature parks; the “parks system is the largest land per capita parks systems in Indiana.” In addition, children have a whole slue of activities to choose from, from little league to club and high school sports. And finally, Zionsville has some of the top ranked schools in Indiana. It is a town of academic excellence.