The mission of our school counseling program at St. Louis Catholic High School is to provide equity of services and access to success through high quality personal/social attendance, academic growth, and career/preparation of college planning needs. Through the counselors’ commitments of remaining with students throughout their high school career and through the counselors’ unconditional positive regard, group and individual academic planning meetings are held to empower students to overcome challenges, review graduation plans and prepare for future goals. St. Louis Catholic High School counselors promote a commitment to lifelong learning, personal and academic growth, and success in becoming culturally aware, responsible, and productive members of society.
- Katie Fournet – firstname.lastname@example.org – Extension 228 – Counselor to students with last names A-J
- Jill Lockhart – email@example.com – Extension 235 – Counselor to students with last names K-Z
- Heather Fruge – firstname.lastname@example.org – Extension 236 – Counseling Secretary
Stay up to date with our Counseling Department! Check out our Counseling Department Newsletter.
ST. LOUIS CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL HONORS DISTINCTION
Honor classes at St. Louis Catholic High School are designed to further challenge students who excel in certain areas. The honors curriculum is fully customizable. Please refer to the SLCHS Course Planning Guide for a list of all classes offered.
Students who complete the following may earn a St. Louis Honors distinction:
- 7 Honors, AP or Dual Enrollment course credits from any subject area
- 3 years of the same World Language (Foreign Language)
- Minimum 8 semesters cumulative GPA: 3.75
Our dual enrollment program allows students to enroll in a course for high school and college credit. St. Louis Catholic High School offers dual enrollment courses with college credits earned through McNeese State University. Credits are transferable to other institutions as outlined by the Louisiana Board of Regents. Please refer to the SLCHS Course Planning Guide for a list of all classes offered.
To apply to take dual enrollment courses, students must have ALL the following:
- Minimum GPA of 3.00
- Composite ACT score of 19
- English ACT score of 18
- Math ACT score of 19**
**Students wanting to take a dual enrollment math class must have a math ACT score of 21**
MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES
The Kay Doré Counseling Clinic is a low-cost counseling clinic that serves the SWLA community. All counseling services are provided for a flat rate of $20 per session. The clinic offers individual one-on-one counseling, couples counseling, family counseling and group counseling.
SCHOLARSHIPS & FINANCIAL AID
The Counseling Department will frequently update this list of scholarships throughout the 2023-2024 school year as more are brought to our attention.
COLLEGE APPLICATION RESOURCES
College admissions professionals can click this link to schedule a visit to SLCHS through Scoir.
Current SLCHS students who need a transcript sent to a college will request it through Scoir (click here for instructions).
Current alumni who need a transcript can request it through this form.