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St. Landry Parish Science Fair Overall Winner OHS Student - Ibtisaam Swati

The OHS Magnet Academy of Biomedical Science hosted a Work-based Learning Conference at LSUE.

Miranda Menard signs a Centenary College scholarship Friday as her parents and Opelousas High soccer coaches watch the ceremony. Menard was the Tigers' leading scorer this season with 16 goals. Attending the signing were stepfather Daly Carriere, mother Shelby Carriere, Jacques Joubert, head girls' soccer coach and Opelousas High assistant Angele Broussard.(Photo: Freddie Herpin/Daily World)
Oscar Orlando Rivera Jr. won the Opelousas High School Student of the Year nomination.

Our Tiger Den

OHS administration and faculty would like to congratulate Aaron Jackson, Antonio Quiroz, Ahraf Swati, Olivia Adams, Kassidy Stanford, Bridget Melancon, Breanna Charles, Haylyn Gallien, and Keenan Lamb (pictured left to right) on earning their academic jacket and bar.
The OHS Lady Tigers Soccer Team - Senior Night
Opelousas High School Mighty Tiger Basketball Seniors

News & Announcements

Soccer puts Menard on path to future

Miranda Menard signs a Centenary College scholarship Friday as her parents and Opelousas High soccer coaches watch the ceremony. Menard was the Tigers' leading scorer this season with 16 goals. Attending the signing were stepfather Daly Carriere, mother Shelby Carriere, Jacques Joubert, head girls' soccer coach and Opelousas High assistant Angele Broussard

Opelousas High earns national recognition

Daily World 3:53 p.m. CT Feb. 22, 2017

The National Beta Club is recognizing Opelousas High School as a 2016-2017 National Beta School of Merit. This honor is bestowed upon the school as recognition of its dedication and commitment to academic excellence for our students.
OHS will be recognized in a list published at the 2017 National Beta Convention.

Open House

Parents, please come to school between 5:00 pm and 6:30 pm on March 21, 2017 to pick up your child's' Report Card for the third quarter.

Blood Drive a success!

Opelousas High School hosted it's first Blood Drive for the 2016-2017 school year. Mrs. Leger was hoping for 45 pints of blood to be donated, and was surprised that we went over the quota by having donated 55 pints of blood. The Blood drive was scheduled for Wednesday, September 7th, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Students 16 years or older, with proper i.d., were encouraged to participate in the drive, and received a free t-shirt for their efforts in doing good in our community. Way to go TIGERS!

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