Lawrence, Indiana Homes & Real Estate
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Lawrence is a city located within Marion County, Indiana. The population estimate in 2019 was 49,462 residents. Lawrence has a total area of 20.25 square miles at an average elevation of 873 feet. Lawrence is approximately 24 miles from the Indianapolis International Airport, and 11 miles from Monument Circle in Downtown Indianapolis.
Lawrence was named after War of 1812 naval hero, Captain James Lawrence. Lawrence is one of only four “excluded cities” in Marion County. As such, citizens of Lawrence vote not only for their own Mayor and Council of Lawrence, but also for the Mayor and City-County Council of Indianapolis. Lawrence is home to Fort Benjamin Harrison within Fort Harrison State Park, also known as “Fort Ben.” The park was home to a former Citizen’s Military Training Camp, Civilian Conservation Corps Camp, and World War II Prisoner of War Camp. The park is named in honor of the 23rd President of the United States, Benjamin Harrison, who was from Indianapolis. The park now offers picnicking, hiking, trails, and event rental facilities.
The Lawrence Township School District serves approximately 15,683 students in grades PK-12 and spent an average of $9,598 per student in 2020. Most of Greenfield-Central Schools’ statewide student assessment scores were below the state average in 2019. Lawrence Central High School, home of the Bears, has a 92% 4-year graduation rate with 31.2% of students earning an Honors diploma. Lawrence North High School, home of the Cougars, has a 93.4% 4-year graduation rate with 36.6% of students earning an Honors diploma. Lawrence Township is the 9th largest school district in the state and holds 45 state championship titles and 5 national titles in a variety of extra-curricular activities including basketball and marching band.
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