Warning About Visiting Active High Schools

Warning About Visiting Active High Schools

When planning to visit any Indiana high school gymnasium, please contact the athletic department first to identify an appropriate day and time.  Most schools are not open to the general public during school hours.  Consider buying a ticket to a girls' or boys' game, see the gym and some great high school basketball. 

Muncie Fieldhouse

525 N Walnut St, Muncie, IN 47305

Basketball has been played at the Muncie Fieldhouse since 1928.  While a tornado caused play to pause for a few years, it is among the oldest high school gyms still in operation in Indiana. Its multiple championship banners, old wooden bleacher seating, and memorabilia room add to the charm.  Muncie Fieldhouse is home to nine state basketball championships, nine state finalists, and eight volleyball state championships. 

Photo credit: © Hoosier Hardwood Photo Project 2023



Jeff Holloway - jeff.holloway@muncieschools.org

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