Located in Indianapolis, Perry Meridian High School was founded in 1973. It offers its services to more than 1,800 students in grades nine through 12. The school is affiliated with the Metropolitan School District Perry Township and offers a wide range of subjects that include English, arts, science, mathematics, social studies, family and consumer sciences, business and special education, music and health and physical education. The school provides a variety of activities for students, such as art club, mathematics league, French and Chinese clubs, marching band, key and speech club, student council and the National Honor Society. In addition, Murphy High School offers a variety of athletics that include baseball, basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, softball, gymnastics, tennis, golf, swimming, cross country and track and field.