04.26.17
Students Recognized At Leadership Convocation

Student leaders were honored at the Leadership Convocation Monday, April 24, 2017. Catholic High senior Andrew Schoonmaker, president of B.A.D.D., lead the opening prayer.  CHS faculty members Charles Jumonville and Scott Manning introduced club officers and their moderators who presented the officers with certificates and pins. Nancy Herin, director of student activities, presented certificates and pins to district, regional and state officers, Honor Board officers and the Student Council officers for 2016-2017. Also honored were members of the Honor Band, Honor Choir and District Rally winners.  CHS Principal Lisa Harvey and Dr. Tom Eldringhoff, assistant principal for discipline, presented special...

04.24.17
CHS Weightlifters Win Championship!

The Catholic High Bears weightlifting team won the Louisiana State Weightlifting Championship on Saturday, April 15. This was the team’s 19th state title in olympic style weightlifting. Ben Miles had the meet’s heaviest lifts for the Bears. He snatched 205 lbs. and clean & jerked 324 lbs., for a total of 529 lbs. Medal winners for the Bears were: GOLD – Caleb Sanders (47kg Class), Luke Romano (56 kg Class), M.J. Coates (69 kg Class), Parker Smith (94 kg Class), Ben Miles (105+ kg Class) SILVER – Grant Gallegos (69 kg Class), Andrew Gauthier (85 kg Class), Chris Cameron (105...

04.06.17
Three Catholic High Students Invited To Attend Conference On National Affairs

Three Catholic High students were invited to attend the YMCA Conference on National Affairs as members of the Louisiana Delegation. Senior Ben Smith and juniors Dalton Major and Drake Brignac were selected to be delegates for their debating skills, mastery of public policy and dedication to public service. For senior Ben Smith and junior Drake Brignac, this will be their second time to attend the conference. “It is an honor to be invited and even more of an honor to represent our state and school on a national level,” said Major. The Conference on National Affairs brings together 600 delegates...

04.06.17
BEAR Metal Robotics Team Competes In Bayou Regional

The robotics club recently participated in the annual Bayou Regional competition of FIRST Robotics. First Robotics is a national organization which promotes student learning in science, technology and engineering by hosting a nation wide game each year. Teams that participate must build a robot which overcomes various challenges during a game match. In January, the completion theme is revealed along with the match challenges. Teams are given six weeks to build a robot to compete in a regional competition venue of their choosing. This year, the BEAR Metal team placed 28th out of 60 teams. The BEAR Metal team continues...

04.05.17
Ultimate Team Selling Boiled Crawfish As Fundraiser For Nationals

On Friday, April 7, the CHS Ultimate team will be selling boiled crawfish prepared by Tramonte’s Local Meat and Seafood Market to raise money for the team to attend a national ultimate tournament. The CHS Ultimate team has been invited to the inaugural National High School Invite. A tournament that pits the top 16 teams in the country against each other in the first attempt at a High School Ultimate national championship in the modern era of youth Ultimate. The tournament is in Rockford, Illinois, and, as you can imagine, there are plenty of costs associated with making that trip....

04.04.17
Robotics Club Hosts Robotics Competition For Middle And High School Students

The Bear Bots Robotics Club held the first Catholic High Robotics Competition for middle and high school students on Friday, March 24.  Lego Mindstorm robots were designed and programmed to sumo wrestle within a 3-foot diameter ring. The robots were completely autonomous and had to push each other out of the ring. The first robot that touched the outside of the ring lost the round. Through a double-elimination process, all teams competed against each other at least once.   Winners of the competition were West Feliciana Middle School, first place; STEM Academy of Pointe Coupee, second place; and Catholic High...

04.04.17
Band To Perform Small Ensembles Concert Free To The Public

Come out and support the Band program as they perform their Small Ensembles Concert on Tuesday, April 11, in the Gym. The Percussion Ensemble, Concert Band, and Jazz Band will be featured. The concert begins at 7 p.m. and admission is free. We hope to see you there!...

03.30.17
CHS Bayou Hazard Win Earns Spot In National Championship Tournament

The Bayou Hazard Ultimate Frisbee team representing Catholic High School, captured the Terminus tournament in Atlanta, Georgia, last weekend. Terminus is one of the premier youth tournaments in the southeast. Listed below are the results for Bayou Hazard: Saturday: 15-6 over STEM Academy of Knoxville (Knoxville, TN) 14-9 over #23 The Paideia School (Decatur, GA) 14-7 over #13 Grady High School (Atlanta, GA) Sunday: 12-5 over Woodward Academy (Atlanta, GA) 12-5 over Lambert High School (Suwanee, GA) 9-5 over #13 Grady High School (Atlanta, GA) The story of the weekend was the calm confidence for Catholic High. The Bears only...

03.29.17
Young Dancers Attend Bruinette Clinic

The Bruinette dance team held a special Bruinette Dance Clinic on Saturday, March 25. Approximately 60 girls in second through eighth grade participated in the clinic which was the first year bringing it back after several years.  Participants were divided into groups according to age and were taught actual Bruinette bleacher steps and a dance routine choreographed by the Bruinettes themselves. The clinic ended with a performance in front of parents.   ...

03.29.17
Spanish Club Enjoys End Of Year Dinner

The CHS Spanish Club joined the SJA Spanish Club on Tuesday, March 28, at Caliente for an end of the year dinner. The members proudly feasted upon Latin American cuisine while enjoying each other’s company. Approximately 40 memebers of the two clubs attended the event. The festive atmosphere of the restaurant provided an exciting end to the 2016-2017 Spanish Club events. ...

03.22.17
Participants Get 'Wild About Cheer' At Annual CHS Cheer Clinic

On Sunday, March 12, approximately 200 first through fifth grade girls joined the CHS Cheerleading squad in getting "Wild About Cheer!" During the annual clinic, elementary girls learned cheers from our current cheerleaders and learned choreographed dances to our favorite jungle songs. At the end of the clinic, everyone got to show off their new moves in a performance for the parents.  ...

03.17.17
National Honor Society Presents Check To 4thekids Baton Rouge

The CHS National Honor Society presented a check to James Chastain ’14, a member of the Board of Directors for 4thekids on March 16. "It’s always great to see CHS alumni who are still embracing the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart by serving in the community," said NHS moderator Sherry Brouillette. The money was raised from the NHS membership dues which are always used for charitable purposes. “We were happy to donate to 4thekids, because we knew that our money was going towards something wonderful,” said senior Zack Crawford, NHS president. 4thekids Baton Rouge, Inc. is a...

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