The mission of Loranger High
School is to provide students
opportunities to
become life-long learners.

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  New LHS Crest
 
Featuring traditional Loranger High School colors of red and black, our newly designed crest stands as a symbol of pride and accomplishment for all those who are proud to call themselves LHS Wolves.
 
 
 lhs crest
 
An "L" shaped ribbon displays the all-important wording of LORANGER WOLVES and serves as a focal point for our crest.  The "Wolf" mascot is the center piece of the crest.  In motion and ever vigilant, our mascot. 
Above the wolf mascot is a scholastic shield which proudly encompasses three integral components of education at our great school.
 
1.  The Torch, with LHS lettering in the flames, represents leadership and illumination for all Loranger High School students.  Our 1912 founding date, featured in Roman numerals, is found at the top of the torch. 
2.  The Lamp of Knowledge represents achievement through higher learning and the ultimate goal of graduation.
3.  The Winged Foot represents athletics, as well as speed, sportsmanship, and sacrifice.  These are the qualities found in the heart of every champion. 
 
 
 
 
  

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    LHS Team Wins First Place! 
     
     ABC Electric
     
    Associated Builders and Contractors Pelican Chapter recently hosted their annual Craft Olympics in Baton Rouge. Lorager High competed in the contest this year for the first time and won 1st Place at the contest.  Pictured from left to right is Matt Campbell-High School Outreach Coordinator, Hoyt Ponder-LHS Teacher, Cade Cernich, Travis Morel, Virgil Polezcek, Boo Ragan-EXCEL Recruiter, and Robert Clouatre-ABC Director of Education and Training.  The team had a maximum of 90 minutes to wire three separate circuits.  Travis Morel also placed third as an individual out of the 24 individual competitors in the contest. 
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way to go
 
 Congratulations to the students, teachers, staff, and parents of
 Loranger High School
 for earning a 2013-14 School Letter Grade of 
 
b  
 
 
 


Today is Tuesday, March 31, 2015


 
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 2014-2015
Loranger High
Student of the Year
Leighton Dempster 
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slu
Southeastern Louisiana University District Literary Rally Results
Congratulations State Competition Qualifiers!!
 
Madison Puls-Ag I
Cade Cernich-Ag II, also won a Southeastern scholarship for his score
Creek Baham--Algebra I
Jacob Gray--Biology I
Cody Bradley--BCA, also won a Southeastern scholarship for his score
Orlando Hurst--Spanish II
Stephanie Garcia--World History