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Vision Statement

Opelousas High School’s vision is to provide a safe, orderly, and respectful environment that is conducive to learning the skills necessary to compete in a global economy.

Mission Statement

Opelousas High School students will learn, develop, and utilize critical thinking skills in all subject areas to prepare for post-secondary educational and work force opportunities.                     

Latest News

OHS Christmas Concert

"This Christmas"

OHS will be hosting a Christmas Concert featuring the band and choir on December 16 at 6 pm.
Student Voter Registration

OHS Voter Registration

108 OHS students registered to VOTE on Friday Nov. 22nd. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. (Eta Chi Omega Chapter) hosted a Voters Registration Birthday Bash. All students 18 years of age or ones turning 18 by Dec 31 were in invited to celebrate their birthdays while registering to vote . Mayor Alsandor spoke to students about the importance of voting and the voting process. All applications were submitted to St. Landry Registrar of Voters Office. #geauxvote #SLPSS #OHS
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Tiger of the Month Nominees For August and September

The following students were chosen for nomination by teachers based on positive traits presented in class (attendance, behavior, academics) or around the school (helpful to faculty and/or classmates, behavior). Congratulations to all of our nominees.
Harvard Program Students


OHS students meet with Harvard professors in Baton Rouge to kick off the Harvard Dual Enrollment Poetry in America Program: 1 of 4 schools in the state! 1 of 32 in the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA!
Science Olympiad

Opelousas High School's Science Olympiad Team

Opelousas High School's Science Olympiad Team earned fourth place at the Louisiana Region II competition held at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday, March 9 and qualified for the state competition to be held at Southeastern Louisiana University on April 13.

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Our School At A Glance

  • 9th - 12th Grades
  • 764 Number of Students
  • 13 Sports Clubs
  • formC School Score
  • 80% Certified Staff
  • 2.1:1 Student: Device Ratio