Ludhana, IN—Ludhana High School graduates first student in a video game, with the school’s principal, head teacher and teachers announcing the news on Tuesday.
“Ludhon is a great school for our students to grow up in,” Principal Brian C. Anderson said, noting that the school has grown significantly since the video game was introduced to the school in 2013.
“We’re so excited to welcome our first student to the classroom.”
The game has sold over 3 million copies worldwide and the school was the first school to make use of the technology, the principal said.
“You can now go to school and play as any other student.
That is what this is all about.”
Principal Anderson also announced that Ludhoni High School would be hosting a game night on Friday, May 8, to promote the game’s popularity.
“This is a wonderful opportunity to promote our new game, Ludhany,” Anderson said.
The school is looking to expand its game night, which has a $5 donation incentive and a free “Lights Out” t-shirt.
“If you want to be part of this, just send your name to the Ludhina School, we will post your name on the game night t-shirts, and then we will give out all of the game tickets,” Anderson explained.
The first student is a 12-year-old boy named Jake.