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Roman Purcell Transfers To Warren Central

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8 minutes ago, The TW said:

It's been over twenty years, but I had 156 kids in my graduating class.  153 went to a four year college the following year.  College graduation rates were not nearly as high.

I actually just found Roncalli's latest numbers:

Graduate Placement for 2017

4-year college: 93.6%

2-year college:  3.6%

Military:  0.4%

The rest go to work.

That is truly a remarkable stat.

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When I coached at Guerin(2012), their 4 year college numbers were really similar to what TW said Roncalli's was/is. 

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Received word this week that 100% of Roncalli's senior class of 295 students have been accepted to at least one 4 year or 2 year college.  This includes our STARS (learning disabled) students who will receive a diploma.  There are a couple of students who also attend Central 9 and have been accepted to Ivy Tech. 

5% of the Roncalli senior class also earned a PERFECT score on the ACT or SAT and were named a National Merit Scholar (Commended or Semi-Finalist).  Roncalli has more National Merit Scholars than any faith-based school in Indiana (including Cathedral and Brebeuf) and the second highest for any private school (after Park Tudor).  Although Roncalli has the second highest percentage of National Merit Scholars (behind only Park Tudor), public schools Carmel, Munster and Zionsville do have more total scholars.

 

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On 2/8/2018 at 9:42 AM, Tigers68 said:

All he has to claim is he can no longer afford the Private school. Private to public and public to private transfers are pretty easy. Public to public is where things get ugly. 

in the IHSAA eligibility rules, it specifically states that switching from private to public or vice versa is not a grounds for immediately eligibility, even in the case of financial hardship.

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3 minutes ago, takkle4 said:

in the IHSAA eligibility rules, it specifically states that switching from private to public or vice versa is not a grounds for immediately eligibility, even in the case of financial hardship.

I still think it will be hard for the IHSAA to prove the transfer was for sports. 

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has to be a great feeling as a Warren QB throwing to David Bell.  That young man is outstanding.  Really enjoyed watching him play hoops the other day at CG.

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On 2/13/2018 at 10:40 AM, warren05 said:

I still think it will be hard for the IHSAA to prove the transfer was for sports. 

I'm sure the thread started here back in November won't help his case...

 

Nothing to see here, lol...

 

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