10.12.17
CHS Mu Alpha Theta Hosts Middle School Math Tournament

Catholic High's Mu Alpha Theta Club hosted the 22nd annual middle school math tournament last Thursday. The club hosted more than 300 middle school students from 11 different schools. Students attended a math fair, competed in individual and team events, had pizza and competed in a math relay. Catholic High eighth graders performed as follows: 2nd place - Algebra I - Jackson Robb 1st place - Algebra I team (Ethan Cave, Jackson Robb and Daniel Waguespack) 3rd place - Algebra I team (Patrick Day, Easton Lonibos and CJ Sturiale)  ...

10.03.17
Students Recognized at 2017 Academic Convocation

Catholic High School recognized students at the Academic Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017, for their achievements in academic excellence. First honors certificates and pins were given to students who have maintained a cumulative 3.5 grade point average, and highest honors certificates and pins were given to students who have maintained a cumulative 4.0 grade point average. Special awards were also given to Nationally Recognized students, Cyber Discovery participants, and for achievements at National Latin Exam and State Rally. Grant Alumbaugh, Hunter Doiron and Philip Tullier were honored for earning the Summa Cum Laude certificate and gold medal for the...

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,...

09.13.17
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...

09.07.17
CHS Seniors Take Advantage Of College Application Day

The CHS college counseling office hosted its annual College Application Day.  The day is designed to help seniors get a jump on the college application process before the fall rush and early deadlines. College representatives were on campus to answer questions about programs and scholarships, and help students complete their applications. “This type of event is so crucial for seniors,” said Southeastern Louisiana University Director of Admissions Anthony Ranatza. “To be able to sit with students, answer their questions and walk them through the application process face-to-face, makes it so much easier not only for the student, but for the...

08.15.17
Meet the New Faculty at CHS

Austin Bellamy Algebra II, Coaching Football and Baseball Mr. Bellamy is a graduate of Louisiana State University. He teaches algebra II, and coaches football and baseball. He enjoys playing sports, spending time with friends and family and watching Shark Tank. Jason Dukes Civics II, A.P. World History, Coaching Football and Baseball Mr. Dukes  graduated from Georgia Tech University with a degree in economics and played football for the Yellow Jackets. He also played two years in the NFL for the Jacksonville Jaguars. He is a 13-year veteran teacher, teaches civics II and A.P. world history, and coaches football and baseball...

07.21.17
CHS Assistant Principal for Instruction Christy Kessler Attends Prestigious Summer Institute

CHS assistant principal for instruction and history teacher Christy Kessler, was selected as one of only 53 participants of the 2017 National Gallery of Art Teacher Institute on Art of the Renaissance held in Washington, D.C., in July of 2017. The six-day seminar brought together teachers of art, English, history, math, and related subjects from 20 different states. The program emphasized the social and cultural context of Renaissance art in Italy and Northern European countries between the 14th and 16th centuries. The term Renaissance, meaning “rebirth,” refers to the humanistic revival of classical culture and learning with its underlying belief...

05.26.17
CHS Holds Eighth Grade Promotion Ceremony

Catholic High School held its Eighth Grade Promotion Ceremony on Thursday, May 25, 2017. Fourty-four members of the class of 2021 were promoted to the ninth grade. Mass was celebrated by Brother Ray Hebert, S.C. Trevor James Turner received the Kiwanis Courtesy Award voted on by fellow classmates with input from eighth grade faculty members for his consideration and respect of others. ...

05.22.17
Catholic High School Celebrates Its One Hundred Twenty-First Commencement Exercise

Catholic High School held its Baccalaureate Mass and One Hundred and Twenty-First Commencement Exercise for the Class of 2017 on Saturday, May 20, at 4 p.m. at the Raising Cane's River Center. Two hundred and seventy-seven seniors participated in the graduation ceremony. The graduates were offered admission to 129 different colleges and universities across the country. They earned $24,421,966 in scholarship money, not including TOPS. As a class, they accumulated 23,790 hours of community service and earned 714 credit hours at LSU Spring Testing. The average ACT Composite score for the class of 2017 was 25.6, with 100 percent of...

05.19.17
Members of the Class of 2017 Recognized at Honors Convocation

Zachary Ryan Crawford was named outstanding graduate of the Class of 2017 at the annual Catholic High School Honors Convocation on May 18, 2017.   Recognized as a Nationally Recognized Finalist were Matthew Broeg Berdon, Andrew James Ford, Michael Paul Krzystowczyk, Jordan Edward LeBas, Brian Charles Long, Dominic Rosario Maggio, Harold Edmond Miller, Nicholas Robert Mueller and Andrew Ryan Schoonmaker.  Receiving the Principal’s Award for a 4.0 grade point average were Matthew Broeg Berdon, Hall Michael Braud, Zachary Ryan Crawford, Patrick Francis Crifasi, Hayden Alexander Denham, Collin Jude DeVillier, Ryan Jude DeVillier, Andrew James Ford, Michael Joseph LeBas, Brian Charles...

05.15.17
Seniors Named 2017 Church's Chicken Scholars Recipients

Congratulations to CHS seniors Daniel Ourso, Carter Richard and Andrew Schoonmkaer for being named Church’s Chicken® 2017 Scholars recipients. Each year, Church's Chicken selects 240 high school seniors across 14 states to receive $1,000 towards their college tuitions for the 2017-2018 academic year at any accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational/trade school in the United States. Congratulations to these outstanding young men. Next year’s application process opens in January 2018. Scholarship hopefuls are encouraged to apply by going to www.scholarshipamerica.org/churchsscholars.  ...

05.12.17
CHS Junior Invited To Attend Ashbrook Academy Summer Program

Junior Joseph Noguera-Zuniga has been accepted to attend the Ashbrook Academy summer program for the first session on the foundations of America through the Civil Rights Movement. The Ashbrook Academy is a summer program designed for rising high school juniors and seniors who share a deep interest in American history and politics. The Academy invites students to consider the American experiment as a historical triumph, a victory for reason and the human spirit that warrants grateful celebration but also demands serious study. The Academy meets for seven days (June 18-24, 2017) at the Ashbrook Center on the campus of Ashland...

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