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  Congratulations go out to Bossier Schools' own Whitney Saucier. The Parkway High School teacher was named the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics (LATM) Outstanding New Teacher for 2015.

  Saucier was initially selected as one of three finalists.  At the awards ceremony held November 10 during the state LATM/LSTA conference in Baton Rouge, it was announced she was the overall winner. 

  We are so proud of her!



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AHS Student Named to Paralympic All-American List

Airline High School student Melanie Baliff has another accolade to add to her growing list. She has been named to the 2015 U.S. Paralympic High ...more


Michael Pedrotty Named American Legion

Teacher of the Year

Airline High School social studies teacher Michael Pedrotty was in the spotlight at the September 17 Bossier Parish School Board meeting ...more



AHS Students Rank Tops in World Contest

Two Airline students, who entered an essay contest last fall, placed in the top 10-percent worldwide.

Zac Bretches and Christian Stewart read Ayn Rand's novel T ...more


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Bossier Schools Shatter Records for Advanced Placement

The Bossier School System is being singled out by the Louisiana Department of Education as a leader in the state for its 2015 Advanced Placement ...more


High School News
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Benton High’s Brooke Smith will be making the memory of a lifetime when she travels across the pond to London to dance in the world famous New Year’s Day Parade.


The sophomore is a member of Benton High's Tiger Girls dance line and is one of more than 650 high school cheerleaders, dancers and drum majors from across the U.S. who will represent Varsity Spirit in the parade. The individuals invited to perform qualified for the trip after being selected as an All-American at one of the summer camps hosted by the United Spirit Association (USA), a Varsity Spirit brand.


All-Americans are selected to try out based on superior cheerleading, dancing or band leadership skills at camps across the country. Only the top 12-percent of the more than 325,000 students who attend one of the 5,000 Varsity Spirit brands’ summer camp sessions earn the chance to march in the holiday spectacular.


Brooke Smith, a member of the Benton High School Tiger Girls dance line, will be among parade performers from all over the world. Cheerleaders, dancers, marching bands, acrobats and more will make up the 8,500 performers representing 20 countries worldwide in the 2016 parade.


Established as one of London’s biggest events, the parade is seen by nearly 600-million people around the world. In addition to performing in the parade, All-Americans will celebrate the holidays European-style, with the chance to tour some of London’s most historic sites during their seven-day stay.


“This is the 29th year we’ve been able to bring these talented individuals to London, where they can showcase their skills to a very enthusiastic international audience and explore the rich cultural heritage of this great city,” said Mike Fultz, the International Event Coordinator for Varsity Spirit.


Bossier Schools is excited Brooke will experience this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and will be cheering her on. What a way to ring in 2016!



BYL Students Learn Role of

Social Services

Bossier Youth Leadership students had a great time learning the role social service agencies play in the community.

They visited the Volunteers of America ...more


YouthForge Propels Young Entrepreneurs

Plant a seed and watch it grow.

Five Bossier Parish Talented Arts students are blossoming into entrepreneurs as they cultivate their skills and begin to ...more


Plain Dealing High Partners with LA Tech For Elite Competition

Nanosatellites and geospatial intelligence may sound futuristic, but it is the world Plain Dealing High School students in Bossier ...more


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Airline Student Named National Merit Scholar Semi-Finalist

Zac Bretches is not quite sure what to make of all the fuss that has been focused on him since learning he is a National Merit Scholar ...more


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Haughton High Helps Hearts

In a Big Way


The Haughton High Buccaneers wore their hearts on their sleeves when they honored Head Football Coach Rodney Guin at his final home game of the regular season. Coach Guin announced earlier in the year he would be retiring, a decision that came after surviving a major heart attack in the spring of 2014.

In pre-game ceremonies, the Haughton Bucs Cheerleaders and Principal Gene Couvillion presented Jill Lucero with the American Heart Association a check for $6,617 -- an organization near and dear to Coach Guin and his family. (Photo courtesy of Bossier Press Tribune)

The cheerleaders raised the money by selling “Haughton Red Out” T-shirts prior to the home game. Needless to say, the stands were awash in red as students, staff and supporters participated in a “Red Out for Rodney.”

In the two years Haughton High has focused fundraising efforts on the American Heart Association as part of Bossier Schools’ “Helping Hearts” service initiative, the Bucs have donated nearly $13,000 in honor of Coach Guin to fight heart disease.

Now, that shows a lot of heart!


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Benton High School Earns an ‘A,’

Top Gains Distinction

Benton High School’s hard work is paying off as seen by the release of 2014-15 School Performance Scores by the Louisiana Department of ...more


Benton HIgh AFJROTC Performs at Air Force Birthday Celebration

Submitted by Cadet 2nd Lt. Emma Pitney

On September 18th, twelve cadets from the Benton High School AFJROTC LA-951 unit travelled to Hoban Hall on Barksdale AFB, LA to perform at the 68th Air Force ...more


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Haughton High Honors Susan G Komen Foundation

Haughton High School is honoring those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.
As part of the district-wide community service initiative, "Helping Hearts: The Power of We," the Bucs held a ...more
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BPSTIL Amazes Public at

Grand Opening

Hundreds of visitors who attended the ribbon cutting and grand opening celebration of Bossier Parish School for Technology and Innovative Learning (BPSTIL) on ...more


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Parkway’s Keith Billiot Meets President Obama

As the buses transporting members of The American Legion’s Boys Nation program arrived at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., the 98 delegates ...more