Tindley wants to add basketball state title to strong academic reputation

WTHR

“For a long time Tindley actually was that stereotype, really smart school and they were like really bad in sports,” said Tindley junior Hunter White. “But now the last couple years, all the sports have picked it up and now we’re a really good athletic school.”

Tindley is a small open-enrollment charter school with 272 students. The school opened in a former grocery store in the Indianapolis Meadows neighborhood in 2004. The Tigers play in their first state final in any sport Saturday at 10:30 a.m. against Lafayette Central Catholic for the Class A title at Bankers Life Fieldhouse.

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