09.25.17
Ethan Ford, Nick Dileo and Jake Rovira '17 Earn the Rank of Eagle Scouts

Seniors Ethan Ford and Nick Dileo, and recent CHS graduate, Jake Rovira ’17, earned the rank of Eagle Scout on September 19, 2017. Ford, Dileo and Rovira are members of Troop 7. To earn this rank, a Scout must progress through six ranks, earn a minimum of 21 merit badges, serve in several leadership positions within his troop and provide service to the community. In addition, a Scout must plan, develop and give leadership to a service project for a religious or community organization. Ford’s Eagle project was renovating the stairs to the choir loft at Sacred Heart of Jesus...

09.25.17
13 Choir Students Selected to the ACDA All-State Honor Choir

Thirteen choir students were selected to the Louisiana Chapter of the American Choral Director's Association Women's and Men's All-State Honor Choirs. The audition procedure involved submitting an electronic recording of them singing two musical scales and performing a required selection chosen by the conductors of the two choirs. The girls were selected from over 500 submissions and the boys were selected from over 130 submissions. The Honor Choir event will take place October 26-28 in New Orleans.  The concerts will be held at First Baptist Church in New Orleans. Women's ACDA All-State Honor Choir Caroline Anne LeBlanc Hallie Legendre Colleen...

09.25.17
CHS Swim Team Takes Gulf Coast Classic On The Road

The CHS swim team won the 7th Gulf Coast Classic in Mobile, AL., this weekend. The final score was:  Catholic High School Bears - 357 St Paul's Episcopal School - 203 Daphne High School - 186 James Clemens High School - 145 McGill-Toolen Catholic High - 107 Davidson High School - 102 Baker High School - 71 Ums Wright - 30 St Michaels Catholic High - 28 Faith Academy - 9 Scoring for the Bears:  3rd Place 200 Medley Relay: Cameron Richard, Tyler McCullough, Blake Pizzolato, Grant Dawson 200 Free: 1st Place Sion Cavana, 2nd Place Mason Nyboer, 3rd Place...

09.25.17
Bears Bounce Back With Big Win Over STM

The Catholic High Bears faced off Friday night against previously undefeated and unscored on St. Thomas More in the home opener at Olympia Stadium. Pundits around the state cast the Bears as underdogs, siding with the defending Division II State Champions. However, the black and orange clad Bears came to play, scoring on the game's opening drive and keeping the Cougars out of the endzone to win 20-0. The Bears started fast, driving 70 yards after receiving the opening kickoff. Cameron Dartez connected with Austan Hood on a touchdown pass to lead 7-0. In the second quarter, Parker Smith carried...

09.21.17
Seniors Learn Firsthand What It Means To Be A Brother

On Wednesday night, five seniors joined the Brothers living at the Florida Street residence for a meal, prayers, and time to visit with one another. These five students have been assigned to have ongoing interactions with these Brothers as part of their religion class that focuses on the history and charism of Brothers of the Sacred Heart.Pictured students are Bryan Bergeron, Robert Carmouche, Grant Dawson, Andrew Rippel, and Eli Weathers. Also pictured are Br. Bill Cawley, Br. Cliff King, Br. Marcus Turcotte, Br. Paul Montero, Br. Ronald Hingle and pre-novice Lucas Jaet....

09.19.17
The Big Orange Wave Continues To Roll

The Big Orange Wave took its show on the road last Saturday morning away from the friendly confines of Highland Road Park and won the varsity team competition over state power and 5A rival St. Paul's. The Wave scored a team low 61 points to win the St. Paul's Invitational held at Money Hill in Abita Springs. The host Wolves were second with 91 points and Brother Martin placed third with 92 points. Jimmy Lalonde was the first Bear to hit the wire in a time of 16:00, good enough for 4th place. Collin Hedges (16:14) placed 10th; Brian Miller...

09.18.17
Three Band Students Advance to Second Round All-State Band Auditions

First round All-State Band auditions were held on Saturday, Sept. 16, at the LSU School of Music. Congratulations to the following band students who will advance to the second round of auditions: Helen Alford Mark Belou Gabe Keowen Second round auditions will be held on Oct. 14 at Pineville High School. Students who advance from that point will have a spot in the All-State band on their instruments. ...

09.18.17
CHS Mu Alpha Theta Takes Third At St. Paul's Math Tourney

Catholic High School Mu Alpha Theta took third place overall in the magnet school division at the St. Paul's tournament on Saturday, September 16.  Students placing in individual events: Calculus: 3rd - Khoivu Nguyen, Sam Gianfala Honorable Mention - Isaak Dawson, Cameron Vicknair, Noah Davis Precalculus: Honorable Mention - Grant Alumbaugh, Jack Fuselier, Sayer Sauviac, Broderick Wong  Algebra 2: 3rd place - Daniel Barfield Honorable Mention - Alex Richard, Christian Thompson, Reese Williams Geometry: Honorable Mention - Ben Mayeux Algebra 1: Honorable Mention - Jackson Robb, Patrick Gordon  Students placing in team events: Calculus Ciphering: 2nd place - Cameron Vicknair,...

09.18.17
Bears Suffer First Loss Of Season

The Bears suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the University High Cubs, 34-6. The loss dropped the Bears to 2-1 on the young season.   CHS could not get things going in any of the three phases versus the Cubs. Senior running back Beau Griffon scored the only touchdown of the game for CHS, reaching paydirt on a one-yard plunge in the second half. Blake Davis won his third consecutive Special Teams Player of the Week award with an outstanding 54 yards per punt effort. Elijah Reames was named Defensive Player of the Week after...

09.14.17
CHS Mothers' Club Kicks Off Another Busy Year

The CHS Mothers’ Club has begun another busy year of serving the students of Catholic High School! Moms, make sure to join the CHS Mothers’ Club for continued updates and additional information. Register online. Please join us for Moms' Night Out: Thursday, September 21, at 6:30 p.m. at the Side Porch at Mike Anderson's. Meet new moms, catch up with old friends, and enjoy a fun night out. You don't have to be a Mothers' Club member to join us. Tickets available online or at the door. Dinner, drinks and casual attire! Register here.    The Mother-Son Breakfast has a...

09.14.17
Big Orange Wave Finishes Second in the Round Table Run

The Big Orange Wave made huge strides as a program by finishing second in the Round Table Run at Highland Road Park on Saturday, Sept. 9.  The Bears scored 71 points, just two points behind host Episcopal. The Bears defeated every 5A team in the Round Table Run: Brother Martin, St. Paul's, Holy Cross, Live Oak, Dutchtown, Lafayette High, Mandeville, Zachary, Ponchatoula and Denham Springs. Coach Pete Boudreaux saw a few new faces step up and score for his squad in varsity action on a day where many personal best times were recorded.  James Lalonde led the Bears with a...

09.13.17
Fifteen CHS Students Recognized By The National Merit Scholarship Program

Five Catholic High seniors have been named National Merit Semifinalists and 10 have received National Merit Commended honors in the National Merit Scholarship Program. The National Merit Scholarship Program is an academic competition for recognition and scholarships. Roughly 1.6 million juniors in more than 22,000 high schools across the nation entered the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program by taking the 2016 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. The top 50,000 scorers qualify for recognition in the National Merit Scholarship program. Of those 50,000 students, the top one-third (approximately 16,000) qualifies as National Merit Semifinalist. The nationwide pool of Semifinalists, representing...

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