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Biomed Academy Orientation
Date: 7/27/2017, 6 PM 7 PM
Location: OHS Cafeteria
OHS Registration - 10th, 11th, and 12th Grade Students
Date: 8/1/2017, 8:30 AM 2 PM
Location: Opelousas High School Gymnasium
OHS Registration - 9th Grade Students & New Students
Date: 8/2/2017, 9 AM 2 PM
Location: Opelousas High School Gymnasium
So coming in at a tie for 3rd Shelby Richard and Oscar Rivera, Jr. who will co-command the position of historian. Spencer Castille holds the title of Salutatorian. Natalie LeJeune captured the top position of Valedictorian for the OHS Class of 2017.

Natalie LeJeune captured the top position of Valedictorian for the OHS Class of 2017. Spencer Castille holds the title of Salutatorian, and coming in at a tie, Shelby Richard and Oscar Rivera, Jr. will co-command the position of historian.

OHS students who have earned college credit through the LSUE’s Dual Enrollment or the CLEP Exam.
OHS students who have earned college credit through the LSUE’s Dual Enrollment or the CLEP Exam.
OHS students who have earned college credit through the LSUE’s Dual Enrollment or the CLEP Exam.
OHS students who have earned college credit through the LSUE’s Dual Enrollment or the CLEP Exam.
Twenty-six students received awards for earning 21 or above on the ACT. In recognition of the opportunities to earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program in partnership with LSUE and the CLEP exam, twenty-nine students earned credit hours for college. In total, the OHS Seniors earned 448 hours of college credit hours.
Twenty-six students received awards for earning 21 or above on the ACT. In recognition of the opportunities to earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program in partnership with LSUE and the CLEP exam, twenty-nine students earned credit hours for college. In total, the OHS Seniors earned 448 hours of college credit hours.
Twenty-six students received awards for earning 21 or above on the ACT. In recognition of the opportunities to earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program in partnership with LSUE and the CLEP exam, twenty-nine students earned credit hours for college. In total, the OHS Seniors earned 448 hours of college credit hours.
Twenty-six students received awards for earning 21 or above on the ACT. In recognition of the opportunities to earn college credit through the Dual Enrollment Program in partnership with LSUE and the CLEP exam, twenty-nine students earned credit hours for college. In total, the OHS Seniors earned 448 hours of college credit hours.
The AP English IV/Dual Enrollment class of Opelousas High School completed one of its many senior projects by doing a reproduction of Geoffrey Chaucer’s, Canterbury Tales Pilgrimage. Just as Chaucer crafted a portrait gallery of Medieval society during the 1300s, the class presented a modern day pilgrimage depicting modern personalities dressed in medieval attire.
The AP English IV/Dual Enrollment class of Opelousas High School completed one of its many senior projects by doing a reproduction of Geoffrey Chaucer’s, Canterbury Tales Pilgrimage. Just as Chaucer crafted a portrait gallery of Medieval society during the 1300s, the class presented a modern day pilgrimage depicting modern personalities dressed in medieval attire.
The students assumed the role of Chaucer’s objective narrator and wrote in his comparable heroic couplets, a prologue entry of the personalities they represented. As they journeyed around the streets near OHS, they enjoyed reading often witty, colorful banter of their character’s speeches. Modern personalities represented included El Chapo, Justin Bieber, Snoop Dog, Lana Delrey, Casey Anthony, Mac Miller, Ray Rice, 21 Savage Miley Cyrus and Donald Trump. The students added their original and creative written work to Chaucer’s 17,000 lines of vivid poetry that still resonate and entertain modern readers six centuries later.
The students assumed the role of Chaucer’s objective narrator and wrote in his comparable heroic couplets, a prologue entry of the personalities they represented. As they journeyed around the streets near OHS, they enjoyed reading often witty, colorful banter of their character’s speeches. Modern personalities represented included El Chapo, Justin Bieber, Snoop Dog, Lana Delrey, Casey Anthony, Mac Miller, Ray Rice, 21 Savage Miley Cyrus and Donald Trump. The students added their original and creative written work to Chaucer’s 17,000 lines of vivid poetry that still resonate and entertain modern readers six centuries later.
Opelousas High School State Social Studies winners Mugadas S. 4th Place Anthropology, Chante' S. 1st place Geography, Mcallister P. and Spencer C. 1st place in Louisiana History-Group

Opelousas High School State Social Studies winners Mugadas S. 4th Place Anthropology, Chante' S. 1st place Geography, Mcallister P. and Spencer C. 1st place in Louisiana History-Group

Opelousas High School students competed April 1 at the State Literary Rally at LSU in Baton Rouge, where Aaliyah Royston placed third in Agriscience II, Bridget Melancon placed third in Spanish I, and Summer Johnson and Kennedi Edwards earned fifth place in journalism and nutrition and food respectively.
Opelousas High School students competed April 1 at the State Literary Rally at LSU in Baton Rouge, where Aaliyah Royston placed third in Agriscience II, Bridget Melancon placed third in Spanish I, and Summer Johnson and Kennedi Edwards earned fifth place in journalism and nutrition and food respectively. 
Opelousas High School students competed April 1 at the State Drama Rally at LSU in Baton Rouge, and won a superior rating with their original play,
Opelousas High School students competed April 1 at the State Drama Rally at LSU in Baton Rouge, and won a superior rating with their original play, "A Mid-morning Classroom Dream," written by OHS drama instructor David Tuttle.
Dylan Houser and Oscar Rivera sign to play soccer in Universities. (Photo: Freddie Herpin/Daily World)

Dylan H. and Oscar R. sign to play soccer in Universities. (Photo: Freddie Herpin/Daily World)

Miranda M. signs a Centenary College scholarship Friday as her parents and Opelousas High soccer coaches watch the ceremony. Miranda 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)

Miranda M. signs a Centenary College scholarship Friday as her parents and Opelousas High soccer coaches watch the ceremony. Miranda 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)

OHS administration and faculty would like to congratulate Aaron J., Antonio Q., Ahraf S., Olivia A., Kassidy S., Bridget M., Breanna C., Haylyn G., and Keenan L. (pictured left to right) on earning their academic jacket and bar.

OHS administration and faculty would like to congratulate Aaron J., Antonio Q., Ahraf S., Olivia A., Kassidy S., Bridget M., Breanna C., Haylyn G., and Keenan L. (pictured left to right) on earning their academic jacket and bar.

SLPSB Vision & Mission

Vision Statement: The St. Landry Parish School Board will promote excellence in education for all citizens.

Mission Statement: The mission of the St. Landry Parish School Board is to ensure high quality instruction while working collaboratively with families and communities to maximize every student's potential.

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.

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