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  • Gator "Get Involved" Club/Organization Awareness Day

    Don't Just Attend School, Be A Part of the School: Friday, Sept 2, beginning at 8:30 am in the Boys Gym, LaGrange High Club/Organizations will host its first annual recruitment day. Grade levels will be called to the gym at specific times. For a list of LaGrange's Club/Organizations, please click on Read Full Story.

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  • 2016 Homecoming Dance

    The 2016 Homecoming Dance "New York" will be September 24 from 8:00 pm to 12:00 am. The cost of the dance is $15.00 Tickets will go on sale on Sept. 19

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  • Girls' Volleyball Tryouts

    Girls' Volleyball Tryouts will be Aug 23rd from 3:15 to 4:15. All young ladies must have a completed TRY OUT FORM turned in before tryouts. Click on Read Full Story to get a Tryout Form.

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  • "Flood the Love" Campaign to Aid Flood Relief

    LaGrange High, with United Way Southwest Louisiana, has launched the Flood the Love Campaign, a community donation drive to collect basic needs to distribute to those affected by last weeks devastating flooding across South Louisiana. Donation may be dropped off in the Assistant Principal's office or Mrs. Fontenot's classroom. Deadline is Friday, August 26. Please click on Read Full Story for more details.

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  • 2016-17 LaGrange Football Schedule

    Click on READ FULL STORY for Varsity and Junior Varsity Football Schedule

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  • Stay Connected!

    Parents and Students: Sign up for REMIND for all of LaGrange High's up-to-date announcements. TEXT @lggators to phone number 81010. Always be Informed and Connected!

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  • Career Exploration Program - The Leadership Center for Youth

    The Career Exploration program is an opportunity for high school students to learn more about a variety of career options; receive guidance for higher education decisions; engage in civic participation, and much more. The Career Exploration program cost is $100.00 per student. For more information or to register for the Career Exploration program please call (337)436-9533 or e-mail me at

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  • School Spirit T-shirts

    School spirit t-shirts are on sale for $15.00 Order forms may be picked up in the front office or Mrs. Buller's classroom. Payment is due at time of order. Remember, school spirit t-shirts may be worn Monday-Friday with school uniform bottoms.

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  • LaGrange Zipper Hoodie Jacket

    During registration, LaGrange students will have the opportunity to purchase a Zipper Hoodie Jacket for $25.00. Please make note that no PULL-OVER HOODIES will be allowed on campus this school year. Please click on Read full Story for options.

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  • Congratulations Evan!

    LaGrange Senior, Evan Seago, has been chosen as Lizard, in the play "Lizard", which will be performed by the McNeese State University Theater Group this fall. McNeese State will perform and compete with this piece on a collegiate level. Congratulations Evan!

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  • Changes at LaGrange

    Big changes are expected at LaGrange High School this year. From new administrators to students getting more control over their own education, the school is hoping to change its reputation in Southwest Louisiana. For more details, click on READ FULL STORY.

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  • 2016-17 School Uniform Policy

    LaGrange High School will be strictly enforcing the CPSB dress code next year, including IDs. Please click on "READ FULL STORY" before you buy your student’s school uniforms. We would like to remind you what is and is not acceptable.

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    This is reminder that school begins at 7:35 am. Students arriving after 7:45 am will be marked late for school. After 4th Late for School, students will be referred to administration. For more information, please click on READ FULL STORY.

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  • LaGrange Tardy Policy

    LaGrange Senior High School Tardy Intervention Plan in its full version may be accessed by clicking READ FULL STORY. The first school bell rings at 7:35 am and students are considered tardy after 7:45 am.

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  • Thank You, Mrs. Collins Outstanding Partner is Education, Phillips 66

    LaGrange High School would like to recognize Mrs. Carol Collins as an outstanding Partner In Education. Mrs. Collins is the Public Relations director for Phillips 66. She has gone above and beyond to develop opportunities for the students and faculty at LaGrange High School. Mrs. Collins was instrumental in assisting the faculty at LaGrange to secure the Phillips 66 Community grant for $100,000. This grant was used to update our Science Labs and allowed the students to have access to cutting edge science technology and equipment. Thank you Mrs. Collins for the many years of partnering with LaGrange High School. We will forever be grateful!

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  • 8/29/2016

    Pancake Sliders, Syrup, Fruit cocktail, Milk Choice

    Cajun Jambalaya, Carrots, Cabbage, Cornbread, Peaches, Milk Choice

  • 8/30/2016

    WW Biscuit, Brk Sausage, Juice, Milk

    Hamburger Steak/Gravy, Creamed Potatoes, Black-eyed Peas, Roll, Cantaloupe, Milk Choice

  • 8/31/2016

    Buttered Grits, Cheese Toast, Tropical Fruit, Milk

    Chicken Tetrazzini, Roll, Green Peas, Celery Sticks, Cookie (HS only), Apples, Milk