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  • Youth Challenge Program - Interviews soon

    Click on Read Full Story about the Youth Challenge Program

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  • ACT REMINDER

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  • Frozen, Jr: March 28 and 29th

    Two Shows ONLY! Get your Tickets NOW! Cost is $10

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  • Free ACT Workshop

    McNeese professor Darren Alcock offers test tips for ACT. Thursdays, Feb 27th & March 26th at Central Library, 301 W. Claude Street. For more information please call 337-721-7116. First come First served!

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  • TOPS/TOPS TECH: Frequently Asked Questions

    Seniors, do you have questions about TOPS or TOPS TECH scholarship? Like what is the application for TOPS? Can I use TOPS out-of-state? Click on READ FULL STORY for TOPS and TOPS Tech answers.

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  • AHEC of a Summer

    AHEC is a program that gives high school students in grades 9-11 that are interested in health careers, an opportunity to obtain first-hand experience in a healthcare facility. Click on READ FULL STORY or see your SCIENCE TEACHER for more information.

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  • NO REFERRALS = Free Basketball Game

    No Write Ups All Year? If your answer is YES, then you will receive FREE entry into LG Senior Night Game this FRIDAY- 2-14-20- 5:45 pm. Come get your free ticket with your ID during either lunch or at the gate with your ID.

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  • ACT Exam for ALL 11th Grade Students & PRE ACT for ALL 10th Grade Students

    All 10th and 11th grade students will be in TEST mode on March 17th! 10th grade students will take the PRE-ACT exam and all 11th Grade students will take the ACT exam. PREPARE NOW by visiting the quicklink tab ACT, located on the left hand side. Look for ACT Top sites. Good Luck!

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  • 2020-21 Gatorette Try-out

    The 2020- 2021 Gatorettes Tryouts will be held March 2nd - through March 5, 2020. There is a $20 tryout fee. See the tryout packet for details by clicking on READ FULL STORY.

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  • LEGISLATIVE YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2020-2021

    The Louisiana Legislative Youth Advisory Council (LYAC) is now accepting applications for membership from high school students who have an interest in representing the voices of other young people around the state. LYAC is an annually appointed body composed entirely of students that tackle issues affecting the youth of Louisiana. The deadline to apply is March 27, 2020. The application may be accessed at civiced.louisiana.gov and then by clicking on LYAC at the top of the page. All applicants are required to submit two recommendation letters in addition to the eight short essay questions and application form. For additional information, please contact Megan Bella at bellam@legis.la.gov or 225-342-2370. Click READ FULL STORY for more details

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  • Attendance Recovery Information: Spring Session

    Attendance Recovery is from Jan 21 through March 10, Monday - Thursday and on SELECTIVE Saturdays. This is not a "pop in" event. Weekdays begin at 3:15 pm - 5:15 pm. Saturdays will begin at 8:15 am to 12:15 pm. YOU MUST attend on time in order to enter the room. The cost is $20 per course, with a cap of $80. Star Fs will display on your report card and Home Access until TIME and MONEY is completed and collected. Make sure you START your time even if you are unable to pay at that time. Arrangements can be made, however, the time is limited. Please click on link for more information and calendar.

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  • Recovery Icontracts and Credit Recovery through Odysseyware

    Students who failed the 1st or 2nd nine weeks or 1st semester are eligible for Grade or Credit Recovery. Students should enter into an agreement with their teacher for Grade Recovery I-contracts. visit their school counselor, or stop by Mrs Evans office (room 217) for signup and information. This recovery is FREE. All is needed is determination and commitment from YOU.

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  • Scholarship Page Updated

    Don't Wait. Invest in your future you. The Scholarship Page has been updated!! Go get that Money

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  • Changes to Announcements in 2020 - Electronically to Emails

    2020 will bring about additional changes for our announcements—in continuation of the “Bring your Devices to School” program-- your morning announcements will be available via e-mail for both teachers & students. Every student has a cpsb email account. If you haven’t accessed it yet, you should get in the habit of doing so. Students’ email accounts consist of their first & last initials followed by your 7 digit id number and @cpsb.org. Your password is the same password you use to log onto any computer on campus. There will be flyers around campus, our monitors & our schools’ web site to assist you. Check it out now.

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  • 2nd IPR for 3rd Nine Weeks

    2nd IPR for the 3rd Nine Weeks will be issued on Feb 14. In addition, you may access your grades and attendance by visiting the Student Progress Center (A+ icon)at www.cpsb.org/lagrange. Parents may contact the front office or counselors' office for PSN number to access account. *NOTE: Look for Star Fs next to course grade. Star Fs (*F) indicate you have been denied credit due to attendance and you must attend seat time. Please look for Attendance Recovery announcements or signs around the school.

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  • FAFSA HOTLINE

    Need help completing the FAFSA? No problem. It's only a phone call away. Contact Lela's FAFSA HELPline - (844) 463-2372. They have had tremendous success with phone completions. ALSO, Seniors, please submit your FAFSA waiver letter to Ms. White or forward FAFSA APPROVAL email to kia.white@cpsb.org. Remember, FAFSA documentation is needed for graduation.

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  • Student of the Year - Kristen R

    Congratulations to LaGrange High 2019-20 Student of the Year, Miss Kristen R.

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  • See and Tell: Crime Stoppers and CPSB

    You can receive up to $500 for information leading to the recovery of a gun on campus. See and Tell! Call Crime Stoppers at 337-439-2222 to report anonymously. A code will be given to you. Police, Safe School Officer, and Administration will be notified to begin the investigation.

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  • Civic Engagement Institute for Youth

    Young people are a powerful force for change! As future reformers, young people have innovative ideas on how to solve the political, economic, and social problems facing their communities. The Civic Engagement Institute for Youth is designed to engage students in the legislative process and teach best practices of civic engagement. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Civic Engagement Institute for Youth , click on Read Full Story, download the application, and submit to the listed address.

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  • LaGrange High School Redesign: What's new for 2019-20 school year

    LaGrange High have some exciting and new things waiting for our students for the 2019-20 school year. Click on READ FULL STORY for details.

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