• The mission of Loranger High School is to instill high standards for learning, honor, and service.

    Be Respectful, Be Compasionate, & Be Great


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    Members of the LHS Football Team assist with carpool at Loranger Elementary to help fellow pack members start their day of with pride!


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    Deadline to apply is Monday night, March 30th.
    Out of respect for the Governor’s request for residents to stay at home and in an effort to provide meals to local students, the Tangipahoa Parish School System will partner with a Texas-based non-profit to provide free meals to children under the age of 18 through the duration of the COVID-19 school closure.
    Tangipahoa Parish School Superintendent Melissa Stilley said the district will partner with Baylor University’s “Meals to You” to provide a weekly home delivery service of five breakfast meals and five lunch servings to every child under the age of 18 in Tangipahoa Parish.

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    Loranger High School’s Mock Trial Team, coached by Ms. Tyra Starkey, competed in the Louisiana Mock Trial Competition this past Friday and Saturday. The team won the Region 3 Championship Title and will be competing in the state competition in Gonzales on March 21.

    The district’s only team began as a part of the LHS Debate Club. Loranger has entered the Mock Trial competition with 1-2 teams for the past 7 years. Ms. Starkey says, “The students’ skills have increased throughout the years, as they have developed as stronger attorneys and witnesses.” The students are given a “mock” trial case and are tasked with arguing both the prosecution and defense sides. Competitors must learn to lay a foundation of the casel, perform opening and closing statements, examine and cross-examine witnesses, present witness testimonies, and raise and argue objections. Roger Robertson, team #1 captain, reports practicing 5-6 days a week in the months leading up to the competition. 

    The team begins preparing in November of the year prior to competition. Ms. Starkey recruits several attorneys from the 21st JDC to assist with case preparation. This year, practices culminated with a “run through” at the 21st Judicial District Courthouse.

    Pictured above is the Championship Team
    with members of the Baton Rouge Bar Association(2 left and 3 right):

    L to R: Jalon Lloyd, Jason Lewis, Roger Robertson, Isabella Granderson, Ms. Tyra Starkey, Brianna Bankston, Ethan Howell, Hannah Habisreitinger, and Thenia Perkins


     Beta Service
    LHS BETA members serve the community with a monthly visit to Our Daily Bread Food Bank.


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    LHS Alumni members recently presented information about their respective careers during the 3rd annual LHS Career Day. Pictured front (L to R): Betty Rainey, Caitlyn Saltaformaggio, Kaelin Scivicque Kohles; back (L to R): Dylan Wilkinson, Dana Crosby, Brandon Voight, Kenneth Duval, Donald Usry, Ashley Nelson, Scotty Needham, Austin Lanier.  Not pictured:  Stacy Davis, TJ Davis, Ryan Pylant, Christie Ford)
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    Leadership & Honor from LHS Alumi

    Ms. Joyce Chambers, Loranger Alumi and former teacher and coach, is a great mentor and asset to Loranger High School, and especially her beloved LHS Lady Wolves Basketball Team.  Click here for a recent article in the Daily Star by Ms. Anna Billiot.

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