Preparing Honorably for Success


  • PHS Career Night 

    Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in Wing D & E of the school (west side).  

    Parents and students will be able to attend two 30 minute sessions.

     The list of speakers and room assignments can be found here. 


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  • Congratulations Lady Wave Volleyball!

    Lady Wave   Lady Wave


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  • Tribble

    Nathan Tribble signs letter of intent to play baseball at Nicholls State


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  • Caldwell

    Justin Caldwell signs letter of intent to play golf for ULL


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  • Bowling

    Congratulations to the

    2016-17 PHS Bowling Team


    Ethan Reno –Senior

    Kenneth Taylor- Senior

    Dylan Wade- Junior

    Houston Montz- Junior

    Will Drake- Sophomore

    Zachary Kirst- Sophomore

    Stephen Perret- Sophomore

    Hunter Roe- Sophomore

    Case Johnson- Freshman

    Travis Settoon- Freshman


    Ashley Ghawaly- Senior

    Annie Walls- Senior

    Katie Watts- Junior

    Alana Knight- Sophomore

    Alexis Newman- Sophomore

    Whitney Newman- Sophomore


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    Congraulations to the Nurse Assistant students from Ponchatoula High School who have completed the first course, Nursing Fundamentals 1, of the Nurse Assistant program at Northshore Technical Community College.  These students will begin their clinical rotation at Belle Maison Nursing home on Monday.  Upon successful completion of their clinical rotations, they will become Certified Nurse Assistants in December. Pictured with the students is their instructor, Coniece Allen, LPN.


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  •  Denise Latour

    Ponchatoula High School's very own Denise Latour has been awarded the 2016 Louisiana Counseling Association Distinguished Professional.  She has also been appointed to the LOSFA(TOPS) Advisory Board

     2015 Louisiana Counseling Association Distinguished Professional

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  • Please note the following information regarding the 2016-17 dress code regulations.

    OUTERWEAR: A slight change in the dress code of Outer Garments is... Students may wear heavy coats or jackets of any color or style inside and outside of school classrooms/buildings. If the outer garment is a pullover including sweaters, jackets, vests or windbreakers that do not zip or button from the bottom up, it must be navy, white, or the school-chosen color. Coats, jackets, and/or pullover garments may not have inappropriate insignia, logos, or language. Dusters and trench coats will not be allowed. Jackets or sweatshirts with a hood may be allowed for indoor wear with the stipulation that hoods will be removed upon entering a building. A regulation uniform shirt must be worn under all outerwear. Students will be allowed to wear school-sponsored organization (FFA, BETA, athletic, etc.) jackets, sweatshirts and sweaters inside buildings and classrooms with the stipulation that the garments should be blue, white, or the school chosen color.

    PANTS: All students’ pants must be khaki or navy color twill "slacks" with or without pleats, with or without belt loops, with or without pockets. Pants must be worn at the waistline. No sagging, over-sized, wide-legged, bell bottom, cargo, safari, joggers, or carpenter pants will be allowed. Pants must be bought in the child's appropriate size. If pants have belt loops, students must wear a belt. No jeans of any color will be allowed.

    HAIR: Hairstyles shall be clean, neatly groomed and shall not distract from the learning environment nor be a safety factor for any of the school's curricular offerings. Any hairstyle - including any hair color (other than a naturally occurring color) that distracts from the unique environment of the school will be dealt with by the principal (or designee) of that school.

    Complete DRESS CODE guidelines can be found on pg. 9-10 of the 2016-17 Student & Parent Handbook.


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Today is
Friday, January 20, 2017