Wednesday, November 19, 2014

LHS Students of the Month

LHS's Students of the Month are Jennifer Hayes (11th grade) and Jose Vazquez (10th grade).

Friday, November 7, 2014

Reading Fair Winners At LHS

Louisville High School recently hosted its annual Reading Fair. Winners in this years fair are pictured below. First Place winners will compete at the District Reading Fair, scheduled for Friday, November 21, 2014 at Eiland Middle School.

Courtney Rogers won First Place in the Individual Category









Skylar Adams, Corey McCullough, and Samantha Wilson won First Place in the Group/Family Category
Charles Lampley won First Place in the individual Non-Fiction Category

Photos by Jennifer Ball

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Senior Spotlight - Kierra Sherrod


Senior Kierra Sherrod is eighteen years old, and she plans to attend Mississippi University for Woman.  While at MUW, she plans to study physical therapy.  She is involved in several school clubs and activities, including band, S.A.D.D, Beta Club, and annual staff.  During the summer, Kierra enjoys swimming.  Her life long dream is to be successful, and she would like to become a face or catalog model.  Kierra says the advice that she would like to give her fellow students is, "Don't do drugs".
                                                                          ~by Raven Glenn

Friday, October 24, 2014

Senior Spotlight - Jasmine Hughes



Jasmine Hughes is a senior at Louisville High School, and she is 18 years old.  She is a cheerleader and honor student.  Jasmine's favorite subject is English.  Jasmine plans to attend East Central Community College and study to become a physical therapist.

Jasmine is an Alabama fan.  She feels that cell phones could be used for educational tools, because they give everyone access to the Internet and educational websites.  She believes that money cannot buy happiness. Jasmine's favorite place at home is her room, because it is the place where she can relax.

Jasmine Hughes feels that she is a very positive student, and that she has a major impact on many people in her family and community.  Jasmine thinks that if you believe in yourself and work hard, then you can be very successful and accomplish your goals.  Jasmine enjoys life and says, "God is always with you.  Always."
                                                                                                     ~ By Skylar Adams

Thursday, October 16, 2014

National Technology Student Association Busy at LHS

Shaquarius Rayford, 2014-2015 Louisville High School TSA
chapter president, has been a member for three wonderful years. Since joining she has made incredible friends and long lasting memories. From district competition to state conference she has won several awards and scholarships in events such as Video Game Design, Engineering Design, and Chapter Team. TSA has taught her to be a confident leader and believe in herself. Living in the new age technical world she will have future challenges to face, but thanks to TSA and its motto: “Learning to Live in a Technical World” she will be prepared.

On behalf of Ms. Rayford, the LHS TSA chapter, and all of its supporting members and advisors, we would like to inform you that the past week of October 6, 2014 – October 10, 2014, was National Technology Student Association (TSA) Week. Our mission is to promote growth, leadership, and opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). 

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Louisville High School Homecoming Court 2014

Louisville High School is proud to announce the 2014 Homecoming Court. The Court will be presented during half time of the Louisville vs South Pontotoc game on October 10, 2014.


Seated: Senior Maid-Alexis Harris, Lady in Waiting-Faith Yarbrough, Queen-Diamond Love, Lady in Waiting-LaBrisha Clark, Senior Maid-Meghin Smith
Standing: Freshman Maid-Brittany Windham, Freshman Maid-Shidae Smith, Sophomore Maid-Monifah Haynes, Sophomore Maid-Diamond Wraggs, Junior Maid-Aaliyah Haynes, Junior Maid-Skylar Adams

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Marcus Banks and Samantha Wilson are named "LHS Students of the Month"
Marcus  


Samantha

Billy Jean Fulton is LHS's Teacher of the Month

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Biology Class at LHS!

Burnett's AP Biology class is busy testing the pH of household products with a student made cabbage indicator.

Friday, August 22, 2014

Cafe'Francais" at LHS?

Every Friday Mrs. Etua's French class meets at "Cafe' Francais" where students enjoy French food and conversation.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

LHS is proud to introduce the new AB Block Schedule

Longer class periods lead to an increased instructional time and allows students ample opportunity to acquire various skills in each class. See the schedule below.

Great way to start the day!

Starting the day off right with nutritious food for thought.


Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Friday, May 2, 2014

*Special senior retest will be at RCU on MUS campus Monday and Tuesday. (May 5th and 6th )
*For all 1st time State Test takers, the subject area testing has been delayed until Wednesday, May 7th.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Classes will dismiss today (April 28) at 2:00 pm due to the threat of bad weather.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Congratulations to the LHS Powerlifting Team

Congratulations to Powerlifters, Tyler Hickman and John McAdory, for coming in 1st and 2nd place in the North Half Powerlifting Championship in Charleston, MS. John McAdory won in his class and will compete in the State Powerlifting Meet on April 5th in Jackson, MS. John’s best was:
Squat – 550 lbs.
Bench Press – 400 lbs.
Dead Lift – 570 lbs.
Total of the Year – 1520 lbs.

Tyler Hickman places 2nd in his class and will compete in the State Powerlifting Meet on April 5th in Jackson, MS. Tyler’s best was:
Squat – 650 lbs.
Bench Press – 355 lbs.
Dead Lift – 510 lbs.
Total of the Year – 1515 lbs.
John and Tyler are in the same weight class and it will be a battle for a State Championship in their class on April 5th.

Friday, March 7, 2014

Fulton Selected for Youth Tour

Congratulations to Louisville High School's Ty Fulton for being selected by EMEPA to go to Washington D.C. for this year's Youth Tour in June 2014.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

LHS Valedictorian/Salutorian and Honor Students

LHS is proud to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the 2014 graduating class.
Jordan Maury is the Valedictorian and Dalton Hudspeth is the Salutatorian.

 
Jordan Maury
Dalton Hudspeth

Also deserving recognition for their years of hard work are the 2014 Honor Graduates:
Wyatt Roberts
Dasha Harrington
Hillary Wragg
Keagan Humphries
Brittany Black
Elizabeth Eaves
Nydia Thames
Gracelyn Cockrell
Joelie Hill
TaBoris Smith
Ross Barnett
Dalamon Harris
Taylor Yarbrough
Reagan Fleming
Morgan Orr
Grayson Freeman
Laterrica Hunt
Jeffery Welch
Jon McAdory
Anthony Gund
Deneka Jernigan
Latisha Eiland
Shenicka Triplett
Moneiko Harrington
Brianna Gill
Keyanna Mosley
Victoria Burt
Aries Miller
Angel Sinclair

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Spring Into Action Against Bullying!

March is "Prevent Bullying" month at the Family Center. The workshops will inform parents about recognizing the signs and preventing Bullying in our schools and communities. The counselors from the Louisville Municipal School District will provide valuable information to help combat Bullying. Come and be a part of our workshops!

Pre-K - 6th Grade Parents                                            
March 6, 2014
Family Center
5:15 P.M.
"Prevent Bullying"
Presenters: LMSD Counselors

7th - 12th Grade Parents
March 20, 2014
Family Center
5:15 P.M.
"Prevent Bullying"
Presenters: LMSD Counselors

Monday, February 24, 2014

MAS -MC Scholarships Available for High School Seniors

The Mississippi Association of Supervisors – Minority Caucus has a scholarship program available to graduating high school seniors. To be eligible, applicants must be accepted for admission to a technical, school, community college, or university within the State of Mississippi.

A total of fourteen (14) scholarships will be awarded, Each award will be $1000 and will be given only once. Three (3) students will be selected from each of the four Congressional Districts within the state of Mississippi. After these twelve (12) students are selected, the scholarship committee will select two (2) at large selected from any district within the state of Mississippi. MAS-MC will also give a one-time scholarship of $1000 to these winners. Each scholarship award will be assigned to both the student and the institution that the recipient attends.

Students interested in applying for these scholarships can download an application form and find more information athttp://www.mssupervisors.org/minority-caucus/scholarship . Awards will be given in June 2014. Deadline for completed application to be received by the scholarship committee is April 15, 2014.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Congratulations to the LHS Powerlifting Team

Congratulations to John McAdory for placing 1st and Tyler Hickman for placing 2nd in the Reginal Meet held at Charleston High School Saturday, February 15th. John won his class with lifts of 550 lbs in the squat category, 400 lbs in the bench press category and 550 lbs int he dead lift. Tyler placed in his class with lifts of 620 lbs in the squat category, 335 lbs in the bench press category and 550 lbs in the dead lift. They will compete in the North State Meet on March 7th at Charleston High School. Placement in the March 7th meet will allow them to participate in the State Meet in Jackson. GO WILDCATS!

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

POWERLIFTING TEAM

Kylan Harris and John McAdory @ West Lauderdale on Saturday

Kylan Harris won his weight class (242) with lifts of:
Squat 425lbs
Bench press 275lbs
Dead lift 465lbs
Total of 1165lbs
**1st Place Finish

John McAdory won his weight class (308+)
Squats 550lbs
Bench press 375lbs
Dead lift 575lbs
Total of 1500lbs
**1st Place Finish

Next meet will be the District meet in Charleston, MS on February 15, 2014

GOOD JOB WILDCATS!!!

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Mississippi School of Arts Recruiter Visits 10th Grade

A recruiter from The Mississippi School of the Arts spoke with 10th grade students about what the school has to offer. Students were given the opportunity to ask questions concerning enrollment and benefits of becoming a student of the school.