Preparing Honorably for Success


  • PHS GUEST SPEAKERS during Academic Period

    Dr. Franco the Chiropractor – April 30
    Please click here to sign up for the guest speaker.

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  • Wal-Mart

    The Ponchatoula High School JROTC and cheerleaders participated in the Grand Opening ceremony held at the Ponchatoula Wal-Mart on April 9.  During the ceremony, the store presented the school with a $1,000 check. 


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  •  iPad Mini

    The link below is the parent survey for the Louisiana Safe and Supportive Schools Initiative (LSSSI) Grant.  This year, we are giving away 1 ipad mini to a lucky parent.  All parents have to do is go online, click on the link, complete the survey, print out the completion certificate, sign it along with their child's name and mail it or send it back to Dr. Hurst or the discipline office.  We encourage each parent/guardian to take it.  Deadline is May 23, 2014.  Please include the school's address with attention to Dr. Hurst. 


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    Thomas Shepard
                  Congratulations to PHS basketball player, Thomas Shepard! 
                    He has been selected as the North Oaks Sports Medicine 
                                     Student-Athlete of the Month!
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  •     Louisiana Safe & Supportive Schools Initiative Survey 
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    Senior Dates

    Ring Ceremony Information
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  •       Lela
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  • "BEST Science" Cell Biology and Cancer Workshop
    On Saturday, January 25, three students from Ponchatoula High School attended the "BEST Science" Cell Biology and Cancer Workshop for teachers and lead students at LSU Health Science Center in Downtown New Orleans.  During the workshop, Leaders and Lead Teachers guided students through the Lab2Go curriculum that will be brought back into the classroom. Jessica Gabriel, Emily Ransom, and Ashley Ghawaly will assist Mrs. Rocquin’s students in conducting the experiments. Mrs. Rocquin’s classes will be given access to full laboratory kits (Lab2Go Kits), including all consumables and equipment required to implement the curriculum learned during the summer workshop. The students will conduct experiments in DNA Isolation, HPV Detection via PCR, and Chromosome Staining. The overarching goal of "BEST Science!" is to advance interest in biomedical research and health sciences for Louisiana high school students and to ultimately stimulate further education and vocation in these areas. By giving area science teachers the tools to teach more specialized, hands-on curricula in their classrooms, the program expects to reach a greater number of students on a deeper level. This is all possible through a grant that Ochsner Clinic Foundation was awarded by the Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to fund "BEST Science!".

                                Cell Lab 1

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  • Click here for New Student Enrollment Information.

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Friday, April 18, 2014