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"Changing the world doesn't happen all at once. It's an evolution of a billion tiny sparks, and some of those sparks come from you."
Katie Couric

  • We love a great band in a Mardi Gras parade! We love a great band in a Mardi Gras parade!
  • Web Design & Drafting students visit the Northshore Technical Community College grand opening gala. Web Design & Drafting students visit the Northshore Technical Community College grand opening gala.
  • Jason Marsalis teaches the SHS band through the Jazzkids program sponsored by the Dew Drop Jazz and Social Hall. Jason Marsalis teaches the SHS band through the Jazzkids program sponsored by the Dew Drop Jazz and Social Hall.
  • Jason Marsalis with members of the SHS band. Jason Marsalis with members of the SHS band.
  • SHS student winners of the parish-wide MLK poster contest. SHS student winners of the parish-wide MLK poster contest.
  • SHS students and faculty attending the MLK memorial breakfast. SHS students and faculty attending the MLK memorial breakfast.
  • 5th Hall holiday decorations. 5th Hall holiday decorations.
  • 5th Hall holiday decorations. 5th Hall holiday decorations.
  • Talented art students face painting at a local hospital. Talented art students face painting at a local hospital.
  • College signing day. College signing day.
  • SHS vs. MHS SHS vs. MHS
  • STPSB Teacher of the Year: Quay Brisco STPSB Teacher of the Year: Quay Brisco
  • Words with Tigers Mark Event Words with Tigers Mark Event
  • School supplies were collected for schools impacted by the August floods. School supplies were collected for schools impacted by the August floods.
  • School supplies were collected for schools impacted by the August floods. School supplies were collected for schools impacted by the August floods.
  • SHS Alumnus flys hign in the Navy. SHS Alumnus flys hign in the Navy.
  • SHS Alumnus, Matt Forte, made a substantial donation of time and money to the SHS Football program. SHS Alumnus, Matt Forte, made a substantial donation of time and money to the SHS Football program.
     

Upcoming Events & News

25 March- 1 April 2017
Monday 27 March:
Tuesday 28 March:MAT Tutoring, Talented Music Recital (7PM), Golf@ Royal Gold Club, SB v. PHS (4PM), Track JV Meet(@SHS), BB v. St. Paul’s(6:30), Tennis@ FHS
Wednesday 29 March:
Thursday 30 March:Carbo Bake Sale**@Lunch, SB@ MHS (4PM), Track @LHS, BB@ FHS(6:30), Senior Play@ 7:30* Once Upon a Mattress, Tickets are $10 and available in the school office or at the door.
St. Tammany Parish Public Schools sponsored Service Academy Forum
U.S. Military Academy (West Point), U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis), U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (King’s Point)
Thursday, March 30, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM
Lakeshore High School Library
26301 Hwy 1088, Mandeville, LA 70448

Open to all St. Tammany Parish high school juniors, or younger, who are interested in attending or
receiving additional information about the five prestigious United States Service Academies.
Parents are encouraged to attend. Please Join Us!
Friday 24 March: NHS Tutoring, FCA 7:30am, LEO (313)8AM, Bayou Regional Tourney Robotics, Senior Play@ 7:30* (Matinee@ 1) Once Upon a Mattress, Tickets are $10 and available in the school office or at the door.
31 March: NHS Tutoring, FCA 7:30am, Biology Field Trip (Botanical Garden)
Weekend 25 March: LEO Pancake Breakfast, QB Club Tiger Bash@ Movie Sets, Bayou Regional Tourney Robotics, SB@ CHS (11AM), BB v. MHS(1:30), Senior Play@ 7:30* Once Upon a Mattress, Tickets are $10 and available in the school office or at the door.
1 April: EOC tutoring 8-12pm in the library; see your EOC subject area teacher to sign up.

Upcoming Events

EOC Prep dates
March 18, 2017- 8:00-12:00 library
March 25, 2017- 8:00-12:00 library
April 1,  2017- 8:00-12:00 library
April 8, 2017- 8:00-12:00 library

Say Yes to the Prom Dress!
Saturday, 8 April 2017, 11:00am-3:00 pm
Joe Brown Park Gymnasium
5601 Read Blvd., New Orleans, LA 70127
Going to Prom? Looking for he perfect dress?
Teh Mystic Krewe of Femme Fatale will be distributing FREE prom dresses to Middle and High School Students only.
School ID required. Students must be accompanied by an adult. Dresses are gently used to new. Ready to Wear!
For more information: Val Rainey (504) 357-2299 or Elverina Clark (504) 421-4841

Tulane University invites High School Students to take 3-credit Courses this Summer!!
Click here for more information.

Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro Summer Opportunity for Students
Our camps, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, are a 1-week summer day camps open to high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine. We will be hosting Camp Cardiac and Camp Neuro at Tulane University School of Medicine.

Scholarship and standard applications are currently open for Camp Cardiac - New Orleans and Camp Neuro - New Orleans. Please see the links below for dates, tuition, deadlines, and application links.

Camp Cardiac: www.campcardiac.org/new-orleans.html
Camp Neuro: www.campneuro.org/new-orleans.html
Students may learn more and apply by visiting http://www.campneuro.org.

If you have questions, feel free to email us at campcn@doc-dev.org.
You may download PDF flyers by clicking on the following links:
Camp Cardiac 2017 Flyer | Camp Neuro 2017 Flyer

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Tiger Cafe
The Pro Start Students will be selling hot and iced coffee before school every morning.
All proceeds go to the Pro Start program. 8:00-8:38 am in Rm. 601
Hot Coffee-$2.00 per cup | Iced Coffee- $2.50

SHS Lanyard PBIS Lanyard Sale- Cost: $3.00
Where:
Rm. 103-Strohl, Rm. 408- Sison, Rm. 609-Braud, Rm. 504- Garrett.
All the money made selling lanyards will be reinvested back into the PBIS program.

Gently Used Uniform Shirts Needed
If you have any extra GENTLY USED uniform shirts in ADULT sizes only, please drop them off in the SHS Main Office.
8:15 am-4:00 pm

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News @ SHS

Black History Month @ SHS- Click to visit the page.

Battle Ball Mark Event Results:
4th place:  Seniors
3rd place: Freshmen
2nd place: Juniors
1st place: SOPHOMORES!!
The sophomores used strategy rather than aggression and brute force to win probably the longest lasting game of Battle Ball in all Slidell High history.

Literary Rally- The following SHS students qualified for state:

Jacob Cain, Algebra I
Seth Wyatt, BCA
Ellie Gilliand, English I
Hunter Lassiter, Financial Literacy
Daniel Hartley, Food and Nutrition 
Trevor Roy, Physics
Noah Varnado, Principles of Business
Peyton Peranich, Physical Science
Matthew Marton, World History
Ashby Glover, English IV
Natalie Cambre, Geometry
Alice Santiago, Spanish II


Our students competed with students from over 80 schools this year, including the schools from the New Orleans area. Congratulations to all who participated and those who placed!!!

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Beta Convention
The following Beta Club members received awards at the Louisiana State Beta Club convention:
Joseph Caldwell – 1st place Social Studies (Division I)
Matthew Marton – 1st place Social Studies (Division II)
Courtney Capritto – 1st place Art (Watercolor)
Derrick Dupuy – 2nd place Poetry
The Louisiana convention is the largest in the country with over 6,000 students in attendance. All of our students did an awesome job of representing Slidell High with their talents, academic abilities, and behavior. Congratulations!!!

Congratulations are in order  for the following SHS Tigers who placed in the Greater Covington Martin Luther King Poster Contest!
Martha Chairez – 1st place
Derilyn Craft – 2nd place

Camellia Contest- 2nd place
Congratulations to Tori Firmin of Slidell High School!

Three Rivers Art Festival Winners
2D Art ---12th Grade, 2nd Place: Victoria Firmin
3D Art---10th Grade, 2nd Place:  Nyla Weary

Red Ribbon Week Door Decorating Contest
The PTA judged the doors last week – for Red Ribbon Week, ‘Say NO to drugs initiative’.
The 3 Best doors, won Donuts for the Students and an awesome Gift Basket for the Teacher!
Congratulations!
1st – Ms. Roberts | 2nd – Ms. Wahl | 3rd – Ms. Marshall

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District HS Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 District Teacher of the Year in the High School Division

Quay Brisco, Slidell High 

We are so proud of you Mr. Brisco!!!
http://www.stpsb.org/news.php?id=4513
https://youtu.be/1lEOZ2wEY_k

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10/18/16-Wild Things Contest winners from Slidell High School
Courtney Capritto –1st place, age group 14-16
Deja Craft----------3rd place, age group 14-16
Congratulations!!!

LHSAA All-Academic Composite State Team
Tyler Mcmanus
Justin Wiley
Congratulations!!!

All-Academic Composite Girl's Swimming team!
Clare Canulette
Ashby Glover
Bria Robertson
Congratulations!!!

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28 September 2016- Last night the Choir and Talented Music students took the audience on a journey through 1940s music.  We enjoyed the talents of these performing students in classical pieces as well as contemporary and jazz music of that era.  Congratulations to the students who performed so well and the patient mentoring of their teachers – Mrs. St. Cyr and Mr. Giraud.  It was also a treat to have the Slidell Jr. High Choir perform with SHS Choir.

SHS student to be a 2017 National Merit Semifinalist: Congratulations to Logan Ward!
Congrats to Logan Ward who is the only SHS student to be a 2017 National Merit Semifinalist.
We are so proud of you!!!!

Microsoft Office Specialist State Champion
Jack Griggs placed 3rd in the STATE OF LOUISIANA in the Excel 2013. Congrats to Jack!!!

Paying it Forward: SHS & STPSB Provide Aid for Flood Victims
19 August 2016- Slidell High students donated $3,529 for flood victims, $85 worth of gift cards, and collected hundreds of beautiful school supplies (including folders, markers, notebooks and BRAND NEW BOOK BAGS FILLED WITH SUPPLIES!!!!) for the teachers and children all around our state affected by this disaster. WOW!

Substitute of the Year- Mr. Gibson

Slidell High School Substitute of the Year

Milton Gibson

Congratulations & Thank You for all that You Do for SHS!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SHS Crest