St. Louis Catholic High School is a community. It is a community of educators, students, parents and alumni. It is a community of leaders, believers and, above all, a community of the faithful.
At St. Louis, we strive to develop the “whole person.” Every student has a place here. Each person will get a strong education, a place to belong and a firm foundation rooted in our Catholic faith. Together, our entire community has a shared commitment to success.
Whether you are a parent, a student or an employee; whether you want a vibrant student life, a challenging college preparatory curriculum, a competitive sports program, a Christ-centered campus or just to be part of the community – you belong at St. Louis Catholic High School.
St. Louis Catholic High School was founded in 1971 when its parent institutions – St. Charles Academy, Landry Memorial and Sacred Heart High School – came together. Named for St. Louis King of France, the patron saint of Louisiana, is the only Catholic high school in the Diocese of Lake Charles. Since its first commencement in 1971, more than 5,000 students have graduated from St. Louis Catholic High School.