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Principal's Message

Our Vision

Belle Chasse High School will provide a rigorous education to all students to ensure they are college and career ready.

Allow me to tell you a few things you may not know about BCHS.

•   We are proud to be a 134.6 "A" ranked public high school.  We improved our School Performance Score (SPS) by 20 points and are proud to be one of the highest performing public high schools in the New Orleans area.
•   We are a technology rich school with state of the art computers and Smart boards in every classroom.
•   We have talented, caring and certified teachers who are rigorous, engaging and have high expectations for all of their students.
•   I am so proud to announce the addition of two new pathways for next school year: Agricultural Science I and II. Students will be able to learn horticulture, small engine repair, and small animal care through these courses and others.
•  In addition, we are excited to offer a new course called P-tech, which stands for petroleum technology. Students interested in engineering or working in a processing plant will benefit greatly from this course. Mr. Chris Louper, who retired from Monsanto, is our instructor.
•   Did you know that students at Belle Chasse High School are given the opportunity to earn college credit while taking certain high school classes? In addition, we offer additional hours of articulated credit and college credit earned through Advanced Placement (AP) courses.
•   Speaking of AP, we are so proud to offer AP calculus, AP Literature and Composition, AP Chemistry, and AP World History. It is my goal to add additional AP classes each year. Students can earn college credit if they score a 3-5 on the AP test.
•   Our 2011 seniors were awarded 1.8 million in scholarships last year.
•   Our athletic teams are very competitive and this year we had 9 of our 11 teams advance to the state playoffs.
•   We have many student activities during the course of the year such as Freshman football night, Freshman game night, Sophomore Red Carpet event, Junior Pajama Jam, Senior Hawaiian Night, Homecoming Dance, school dances, Junior Ring Ceremony, Class Olympics, and Prom at the Louisiana Superdome just to name a few.
•   Also, we are proud of all of our extra-curricular clubs and organizations that help our students have a well-rounded high school experience.
So now you understand why I am so excited and proud to be not only a 1988 graduate of BCHS but its principal as well. I have a great administrative team who works very hard to enforce strict discipline in order to provide students with a conducive learning environment. I also have a wonderful staff who ensures the campus is clean and well maintained.
Thank you for visiting our website. If you would like a private tour of our school please call me and together we will walk the halls during the school day so you can see for yourself what goes on day in and day out in our classrooms, hallways, and commons area. Please call my secretary Debbie at 595-6600 to set up your tour. If you live in the Belle Chasse school district and are considering sending your child to a private school, please come take a tour and give us a chance. After all, we are a great high school and we are free!
Mrs. Jemi Carlone

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News & Announcements

Belle Chasse High School is sponsoring a Blood Drive on October 29th and 30th. Come donate blood from this blood drive will benefit Mr. Frank Burke a math teacher at BCHS.
BCHS 2014 Homecoming
Homecoming took place on Friday October 3, 2014. There were 11 girls that were picked by the students. The Freshmen Maid was Miss. Cassidy Plumer. The two Sophomore Maids were, Miss. Jordan Biggs and Miss. Gracee Hingle. The three Junior Maids were, Miss. Kayla Babin, Miss. Marissa Bailey, and Miss. Amber-Lynn Blanchard. The five Senior Maids were, Miss. Maiya Bougere, Miss. Alexa Haynes, Miss. Victoria Nagin, Miss. Kelsey Riley, and Miss. Darian St.Ann. The girls were escorted across the field by their father. Miss. Maiya Jamiece Bougere was crowned the 2014 Homecoming Queen. They had a reception held in the gym for the girls’ families and friends before the game, but the dance was held on Saturday October 4, 2014.
Congratulations Coach Stephan Meyers!!
Congratulations to Belle Chasse High School Head Football Coach Stephan Meyers for being named the New Orleans Saints/ Louisiana National Guard Coach of the Week. Click for more information.
Coffee and Conversation
Coffee and Conversation with Mrs. Carlone will be September 9, 2014 at 8:00 until 10:00 in the front office.
Chris Henry honored with jersey retirement.
The Fighting Cardinals honored Chris Henry by retiring his jersey. Chris was wide receiver who played five seasons in the National Football League for the Cincinnati Bengals. He played college football at West Virginia and was drafted by the Bengals in the third round of the 2005 NFL Draft.
Chris tragically lost his life in a car accident on December 16, 2009. His memory lives on at Belle Chasse High School and in the lives of the 5 people who received his organs. One of these recipients, Ms. Donna Arnold was in attendance at Friday's ceremony.
Belle Chasse Fighting Cardinals defeat the South Plaquemines Hurricanes for the "Battle of the Boots!"
Belle Chasse Fighting Cardinals defeated the South Plaquemines Hurricanes for the "Battle of the Boots" in a 42- 12 victory the Fighting Cardinals keep the "Boots" in the north end of the parish!
Welcome to our new baby Cardinal
The faculty and staff is happy to welcome out newest Fighting Cardinal! Cooper Levi Mclellan is welcomed by Mrs. Allison Mclellan and her husband. Coach Meyers is eagerly awaiting his arrival to Belle Chasse High School. Congratulations to the Mclellan family!!
Belle Chasse High School will host its annual open house
Belle Chasse High School will host its annual open house on Wednesday, August 20, 2014. We have scheduled the following activities for Open House:
5:30-5:50--Get student's schedules and browse Clubs, organizations, and pay bundles
6:00-7:00 Follow student's schedule--meet the teachers.
Freshman ​Kick-Off ​
Freshman ​Kick-Off ​will take place on Wednesday, August 6th from 7:30am-9:30am. Students ​are to be dropped off in the front circle of school in full uniform. Bus service will not be available on this day. ​Please do not drop your student off before 7:30am. This is a student only event. Open house ​is tentatively scheduled for ​Wednesday, August 20th to allow parents to visit the school​ and meet teachers​. ​​
New Student Orientation
​New Student Orientation will take place​ on​ August 6th from ​ 10:30am until 1:00pm.​ Students will meet in the library and schedules will be available at check in. Uniforms are not required. Orientation is a student only event.
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Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.

Helen Keller


Date: 10/21/2014, 4 PM 6 PM
Location: Away
Parent Teacher Conference
Date: 10/21/2014, 4 PM 6 PM
District Wide PLC (Early Dismissal for Students)
Date: 10/22/2014
Date: 10/22/2014, 5:30 PM 9:30 PM
Location: Away
Date: 10/23/2014, 4 PM 6 PM
Location: Home
Date: 10/24/2014, 7 PM 10 PM
Location: Away Behrman Stadium