Members of the LHS Football Team assist with carpool at Loranger Elementary to help fellow pack members start their day of with pride!
D-Day Memorial Lesson
On December 7, 2016, our country memorialized the 75th anniversary of the surprise Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The National WWII Museum and New Orleans PBS member station WYES hosted a student program that focused on the events of that momentous day. Remember Pearl Harbor -- How Students Like YOU Experienced the Day of Infamy -- gave students from across the country the chance to watch live, as two student reporters delivered updates from New Orleans and Hawaii. Loranger High's American History teacher, Ms. Tyra Starkey, and her students are shown in the pictures during the program. The students were given the opportunity to email questions for incorporation into the program and participate in polls via text messaging.
Heather Husser's Desktop Publishing class creates unique items to reflect student character.
LHS BETA Survives the Drive!
On Saturday, September 10, 2017, Loranger High School Beta Club participated in "Survive the Drive" at SLU sponsored by the TRACC Coalition.
Pictured above are Abby Garaudy, Carrie Benitez, and Heather Habisreitinger.
Academic All-State Composite Team Member
Drue Disher was selected as a member of the 2016-2017 Academic Composite Softball and Volleyball Teams. She was one of only eight student athletes in the Parish to be selected. The students were required to play at least one sport throughout high school while maintaining a 4.0 for the entire eight semesters of high school. She was also the sole LHS student recognized for earning a spot on the "Senior Exclusive Honorees"(28 or above ACT Score) List.
1st Place Carpenters
EXCEL high schools had a bid day Friday, March 24, 2017, at the annual ABC High School Craft Competition for the St. Rose Bayou Chapter. Four of EXCEL's sponsored high schools competed in welding and carpentry with three taking top honors. Loranger High School beat out three other schools for a 1st place finish in the carpentry category. Pictured from left to right: Max Finch, Laramie Carter, Joseph Baiamonte, and Instructor, Johnnie Santangelo.
Winners of Mr. Dalton's Principles of Business class logo competition from left to right: Lily White, Mikhael Adams, Madison Levatino, and Malaija Mitchell. Students competed in groups, and the winning group was awarded t-shirts with their logo. Students have also created commercials to advertise the products sold by their business.
Putting On Our Thinking Caps
Mrs. Verberne's Anatomy and Physiology class colored and labeled the lobes of the brain and created "Thinking Caps".
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Loranger High School
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