St. Charles Catholic High School was honored to send thirty students to the annual South Central Louisiana District Literary Rally 2015.
The Literary Rally is a competition that encourages high academic achievement. St. Charles Catholic High School is a place where learning and teaching lead to outstanding academic work by students who go on to accomplish great things.
Three seniors from St. Charles Catholic High School in LaPlace placed 1st Overall at the District Literary Rally.
The top winners include Emily Bergeron, 1st Overall for Advanced Math/Functions and Statistics;
Amy Kugler, 1st Overall for Journalism; and Kylie Revere, 1st Overall for Art.
In addition, St. Charles Catholic High School Juniors Amanda Riviere and Jeanne Roussel both received Honorable Mention in ART at the District Literary Rally.
The following students qualified for State Rally and will compete at LSU on April 25th:
Shana Breaux – Biology, Wesley Melancon – Chemistry, Breigh Peytavin – Physical Science, Lela Hill – Physics, John Waldron – English I, Dominique Perilloux – English II, Isabel Gort – English III, Brittney Champagne – English IV, Amy Kugler – Journalism I, Hailey Louque – French I, Hannah Babin – French II, Madeleine Murphy – French III, Claude Hill – Spanish II, Shaun Borne – Spanish III, Alexis Tran – Advanced Math-Pre-Calculus, Emily Bergeron – Adv. Math-Functions and Stats, Heaven Mamou – Algebra I, Brittney Jacob – Calculus, Victoria Becnel – Geometry, Connor Pecoul – Civics, Mya Leake – World History, Emily Weidert – Food & Nutrition.