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HAUGHTON STUDENT WINS BIG AT STATE RALLY

 

 Haughton High student Everett Miller not only won at State Rally, held earlier this month in Baton Rouge; he was the overall state winner in Chemistry.

 Miller was one of 40 Bossier Parish students that represented the district by attending the Louisiana High School Literary Rally at LSU.   

 The Louisiana High School Rally Association (LHSRA) is an educational organization that is recognized each year by the State Department of Louisiana and the colleges and universities that coordinate the district and state competitions.

 Miller will be receiving a medal and certificate in recognition of his big win. Congratulations to him and Haughton High School.


 

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JROTC CADETS FLY HIGH

On a recent Saturday afternoon, 56 Air Force JROTC cadets from Benton, Haughton and Parkway High Schools skyrocketed into the clouds and experienced the freedom of flight.

They ...more


 

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HAUGHTON HIGH PLACES AT MINI-URBAN CHALLENGE

More than 100 high school students from 10 school districts came with their game faces on to the fifth annual Mini-Urban Challenge Louisiana Regional ...more


 

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STUDENTS REPRESENT BOSSIER SCHOOLS AT STATE LITERARY RALLY

Forty Bossier Parish students traveled to LSU in Baton Rouge Saturday, April 5, to represent the district at the Louisiana High School ...more


 

PARKWAY STUDENT WINS STATE HONORS IN GEORGE RODRIGUE ART CONTEST

Parkway High School Junior Alexis Nickolson-Edie is one talented artist and it shows.

Not only was she chosen as one of five ...more

High School News

BPTS INDUCTS 72 STUDENTS IN NATIONAL TECHNICAL HONOR SOCIETY

 

 When the Class of 2014 walks across stage at graduation in May, many of the Seniors will be wearing purple and silver honor cords that only a distinct group has.  

The cords represent their recent induction into the National Technical Honor Society, an honors group that recognizes outstanding achievement for students enrolled in career and technical education.

 At Bossier Parish Technical School, 72 eleventh and twelfth graders were inducted into the NTHS at a ceremony. These students represent an elite group that demonstrate exceptional skills in their classes both at BPTS as well as in their core classes at their home school.

 “We have 72 inductees this year, the most ever!” exclaimed Barbara Wortman, a CNA/Pharm Tech Instructor at BPTS. “We started with 16 inductees eight years ago and have consistently increased every year.”  

  Joining in congratulating the students at the honor ceremony was Bossier Parish School Board member and motivational speaker Michael Mosura, who shared inspiring words about the importance of continuing to learn and always challenging oneself to succeed.

 “Don’t be afraid to go the extra mile,” Mosura told the inductees. “Dream. If you can dream it, you can achieve it. And don’t be afraid of failure. It’s simply a detour, not a dead end.”

 BPTS assistant principal Jayda Spillers also applauded her students for the skills they have already acquired and encouraged them to continue building upon, whether they go on to a university or a technical college.

 Spillers pointed out one student, Justin Firth, who will have his technical degree in welding within a few months after graduation because of the opportunities given through Dual Enrollment courses.

 Not only have these inductees been recognized at a national level, they now have the chance to win a $1,000 scholarship, which will certainly help with future educational pursuits.

 Congratulations to our Bossier Parish honorees!


 

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Calendar Cover Art Contest Winner!

And the winner of the

2014/2015 Employee Calendar Cover Design

goes to....

Ariana Dalmau

T.O. Rusheon Middle School

 

Please visit CALENDAR ART CONTEST WINNERS to see if you are a SHOWCASE WINNER!

Showcase winners will be printed in black and white inside the calendar.

 

A special thanks to everyone who participated! 

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BRAINS VS. BRAWN

AHS HISTORY BOWL TEAM HOSTS TOURNAMENT TO GO TO NATIONALS

From Airline High School football players and faculty members to students and family members, 24 teams came together in ...more


 

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BOSSIER YOUTH LEADERSHIP SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR 2014-15

For 20 years, the Bossier Chamber of Commerce has been sending area high school students out into the world prepared to take on leadership ...more


 

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AIRLINE’S LAUREN HAIGLER CHOSEN STATE FINALIST FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT OF THE YEAR

Airline High School senior Lauren Haigler was told a secret before Spring Break that would be hard for any teenager ...more


 

AIRLINE’S ROTC RACKS UP AWARDS


Airline High School’s Air Force Junior ROTC program recently took overall top honors at a drill competition hosted by Richwood High School and included 16 schools.

The ...more


 

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LA NEW TECH WINS CYBER PATRIOT ROUND FOR STATE

Team members on Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing's CyberPatriot team have been putting in a lot of hours outside the classroom to get ready to ...more


 

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HIGH SCHOOL MENTEES HONORED BY COMMISSION FOR WOMEN OF BOSSIER

 

 Twelve seniors from each of the six Bossier Parish high schools were honored guests at an April 16 luncheon, marking the completion of their year-long mentoring program with the Commission for Women of Bossier City.

 The ladies spent the school year being mentored by members of the Commission, honing their leadership skills and learning about their community.

 The program concluded with an essay contest in which students were asked to write about “How I can impact the community in a positive and meaningful manner.”

 The three winners were announced at the mentoring luncheon. Sarah Stalnaker, an Airline student, won first place and a $2,000 scholarship; Lexi Jones from LA New Tech at Plain Dealing won second prize and $1,000 and Alexandra Campeaux, who attends Haughton, placed third and received a $500 award.

 All of the mentoring program students gained even more from their individual experiences with their mentors. The 2013-14 mentees are: Sarah Stalnaker and Naadia West from Airline; Molly Beth Duddy and Kylie Moore from Benton; Cheyenne Driggers and ShaCrysta McCoy, Bossier High; Alexandra Campeaux and Le’Kayla Smith, Haughton High; Savannah Cheney and Andrea Holley, Parkway; and Carlie Cook and Lexi Jones, Louisiana New Tech at Plain Dealing.


 

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PARKWAY’S CYBER PATRIOT TEAM FINISHES IN NATION’S TOP ONE-PERCENT

To say it was one of those experiences to remember for a lifetime is an understatement.

Over Spring Break, six Parkway High School ...more


 

BENTON HIGH IS UP WITH DOWNS

It may have been cold and wet, but the Benton High School Tigers’ hearts were warm as they weathered the elements and pounded the pavement to raise money for the ...more


 

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BENTON HIGH STUDENTS BRING HOME TWO STATE WRESTLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Two Benton High School students made their mark on the mat at the recent State Wrestling Championship.

Andre’ Dean II pinned the ...more


 

BREAKING GROUND ON BPSTIL

BOSSIER PARISH SCHOOL FOR TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATIVE LEARNING TO OPEN FALL 2015


Excitement was in the air Thursday, February 27, as Bossier Schools broke ground on the much ...more