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South Terrebonne High School

Terrebonne Parish School District

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Full Cast Drama Practice TODAY; bring your box to put your items in.

Tennis Tryouts Tuesday and Wednesday until 4 pm.

Boys and Girls Soccer Tryouts are Monday and Tuesday from 4:30 to 6:30 pm behind the football stadium.

  • Boys Soccer Paperwork is due Monday to Coach Adams in Portable 107 or you will not be allowed to tryout.

Art Photo Mural Committee will meet Monday-Thursday at lunch in Room 101.

4-H Meeting tomorrow in Room 229.  Please bring your lunch.

Earn Class Points by donating Trick-R-Treat candy for our Trick-R-Treat in the Swamp event.  Bring candy to Room 231 by Thursday, October 25.

Juniors and Seniors, Nicholls Spring Dual Enrollment application priority deadline is Monday, October 29.

Posted 10/20/18
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Golf Tournament Has Been Rescheduled for November 10
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About Us

Vision

The vision of the South Terrebonne High School learning community is to establish relationships with all stakeholders, enabling all students to graduate on time through college and career ready diploma tracks that provide opportunities to earn college credits or workplace credentials, in order to generate successful post-secondary experiences for all students.
 

Mission

South Terrebonne High School will utilize current Louisiana curricular resources, National Career and Technical Education Standards, and National College Board Standards to:
  • Build meaningful relationships which support and encourage students to set and attain college and career goals.  
  • Implement rigorous and relevant lessons that require students to read, write, listen, present and think critically.
  • Utilize data from assessments to challenge and prepare students for post-secondary training and 21st century careers.