No. This program requires more preparation beyond high school. To be eligible for veterinary school, you must first take prerequisite courses at an accredited undergraduate institution.
Your first step is to meet with an undergraduate advisor about degree programs in their school/college and determine which best fits your interest. Ask yourself this question, "If I am not able to gain admission to veterinary medicine, what other career options interest me?" In other words, what is your back-up plan if veterinary medicine doesn't work out? Not everyone will be admitted into the DVM program. You should have other career alternatives in mind, just in case.
For applicants considering Purdue University for their undergraduate institution, we recommend that you contact Pre-Professional Advising in the Center for Career Opportunities. They will provide you the information you need to prepare for a career in veterinary medicine. You can contact them at: http://www.purdue.edu/preprofessional/.