2019-2020 New Student Priority Applications Now Open!

2019-2020 New Student Priority Applications Now Open!

St. Louis Catholic High School is now accepting new student applications for the 2019-2020 school year.  If you apply before Dec. 12, 2018, your $25 application fee will be waived.

Click here to start your secure online application now.  Again, the priority period closes Dec. 12, and then open application and re-enrollment begins Jan. 21, 2019.  To ask questions or set up a private tour of St. Louis Catholic, call Director of Admissions Heather Ieyoub at 337.436.7275 Ext. 244 or the Office of Advancement directly at 337-494-0724.

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3 St. Louis Catholic Saints Sign Early Letters of Intent

3 St. Louis Catholic Saints Sign Early Letters of Intent

Lady Saints student-athletes Alexandria Goodly, Olivia Broussard and Madalyn Howard kicked off the 2019 early signing period for many NCAA sports by signing national letters of intent at St. Louis Catholic on Wednesday.

Goodly signed with the University of Louisiana-Lafayette to play college basketball, while Broussard and Howard signed to continue their soccer careers at the collegiate level at McNeese State and Louisiana College, respectively.

Click here to watch KPLC’s report on signing day, featuring the Lady Saints at the 1:51 mark.

Buy Your 2018-19 Yearbooks Before It’s Too Late!

Buy Your 2018-19 Yearbooks Before It’s Too Late!

The following letter is from St. Louis Catholic Teacher and Yearbook Coordinator Monica Core:

Dear Parents and Guardians,

The last day to guarantee a copy of our yearbook is April 15. Yearbooks may be purchased at Balfour.com – you can instantly receive a receipt, and you can also personalized the yearbook for no extra fee. Click here to download the form needed to pay with cash or check.

NEW THIS YEAR: Senior ads also may be purchased at Balfour.com. There is an option to design the ad yourself. If you would like to purchase the ad through school, please return this form by March 15. We also will be happy to design the ad for you.

Students who buy a yearbook will receive pizza for lunch on March 28.

St. Louis Catholic Football Advances to Playoffs vs. Loyola Prep

St. Louis Catholic Football Advances to Playoffs vs. Loyola Prep

The St. Louis Catholic Saints are headed to the playoffs Friday, Nov. 9, seeded No. 9 in the Division II football bracket and will travel to Shreveport to face No. 8 Loyola Prep at 7 p.m. Click here to purchase tickets.

Each of St. Louis Catholic’s victories this season came in District 4-3A play, where they went 4-2 – behind only Lake Charles College Prep – and the Saints rattled off three straight wins in October against Washington-Marion, Jennings and Westlake. Meanwhile Loyola Prep won three straight to start the season, then lost its two District 1-3A contests en route to a 6-4 overall record.

Saints coach Chad Lavergne said facing the Flyers will be a tough matchup.

“Loyola Prep’s offense has a very potent passing attack with talented receivers led by a quarterback with a strong arm,” Lavergne said. “Defensively, Loyola’s secondary seems to be their strength with multiple athletes with speed.  We will have to stay disciplined by minimizing big plays we give up and protecting the football offensively.  We feel we have the edge in special teams, and hopefully that will pay dividends.”

He added the Saints “embrace the underdog role” after a challenging regular season where they faced formidable nondistrict foes.

“We knew the 2018 season was going to start with an incredible challenge with two 5A teams (Barbe and Sam Houston) that finished the year 8-2, and Catholic New Iberia who finished 9-1,” Lavergne said. “We knew all along we were one of the top teams in our district, so the District Runner-up finish was no surprise to us.  The guys always started the practice week Monday with the attitude of ‘new week, new opportunity.’  It is the reason after the 1-5 start we bounced back.”
If the Saints beat Loyola Prep on Friday, they will advance to the quarterfinals and play No. 1-seed University Lab next weekend.