Until 1964, Fishers High School served southeastern Hamilton County. In 1963, the office of Superintendent of County Schools was eliminated due to Indiana's school district consolidation initiative. The Hamilton Southeastern School District was then created along with the new Hamilton Southeastern High School. In 1969, the original Fishers High School was demolished.
During the 2003–2004 school year, the Hamilton Southeastern school district opened up the Hamilton Southeastern High School Freshman Campus, which would house the district's high school freshmen until the 2006–2007 school year. In the fall of 2006, the HSE Freshmen Campus became the second high school in the HSE school district, Fishers High School. In summer 2009, the cafeteria was expanded to accommodate more students.
A new cafeteria and hallway replaced much of the original HSE High School courtyard in summer 2010. The addition was part of a 1.5 million dollar project to combat overcrowding and help ease foot traffic.
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