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  • St. Charles Catholic High School holds a formal festive Carnival Ball every Mardi Gras season.   The Carnival Ball at St. Charles Catholic High School has been a tradition for the school and the entire community for over 30 years.  The gym is transformed and the king and queen are presented to a royal court each year.  As Jack Snowdy once stated, “The frivolity and glittering Carnival Balls and other carefree events of the Mardi Gras season are mere preludes to the reality of Lent and the preparation for the death and joyous resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.”  Experiences at St. Charles Catholic High School are dedicated to the formation of the whole student in mind, body, and spirit.  This Catholic school cultivates a strong community, joining parishioners, families, teachers, and neighbors behind the indispensable task of teaching children to draw from their God-given gifts and to share those treasures and traditions with others. 

     

2019 Carnival Ball Court

  • Krewe de Charles Ball Masque XXXII
    Congratulations to the following court members of the 2019 SCC Carnival Ball:
    King Grant Vicknair Queen Ashlynn King
    Dukes                      Maids
    Trey Lowry               Keri Clement
    Bryce Newman         Madeline Millet
    Sutton Bourgeois      Shannon Monica
    Anderson Sirmon      Madeline Brignac
    Samuel Accordo        Maggie Morton

2017 Carnival Ball

  • St. Charles Catholic High School recently held its 31st Carnival Ball.  The theme for this year’s Royal Court members of the Krewe de Charles Bal Masque XXXI was “What a Wonderful World.” The Carnival Ball at St. Charles Catholic High School is a tradition for the school and the entire community.  As Jack Snowdy once stated, “The frivolity and glittering Carnival Balls and other carefree events of the Mardi Gras season are mere preludes to the reality of Lent and the preparation for the death and joyous resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.”  

    Experiences at St. Charles Catholic High School are dedicated to the formation of the whole student in mind, body, and spirit.  This Catholic school cultivates a strong community, joining parishioners, families, teachers, and neighbors behind the indispensable task of teaching children to draw from their God-given gifts and to share those treasures and traditions with others. www

    The King and Queen XXXI were Zachary Paul Duhe, son of Andy and Greta Duhe and Kaitlyn Nicole Boudreaux, daughter of Kyle and Terri Boudreaux.

    Both the King and Queen are very active students at St. Charles Catholic High School. Zachary Duhe is a member of the track team and has logged hundreds of hours of community service.  He also volunteers at St. Peter School in Reserve. Kaitlyn Boudreaux is a member of the softball team, National Honor Society and Beta Club.  She also serves as an SCC Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion and as a volunteer at the Southeast Louisiana Veterans Home in Reserve. 

    Page to the King was Carson Thomas Villeret, son of Craig and Shelley Villeret.  Page to the Queen was Lyla Langley, daughter of Evan Langley and Craig Pavageau.

    Members of the royal court traveled through Italy, France, and Rio among others.  The entertainment provided by the SCC cheerleaders, Startsteppers and Theatre students was outstanding and a wonderful time was had by all who attended.  Members of the royal court included Duke Aakash Patel, son of Kevin and Mellisa Patel, with Maid Lillian Smith, daughter of Tracy and Gwendolyn Smith; Duke Wesley Melancon, son of Timmy and Debbie Melancon, with Maid Madison Cochran, daughter of Lawrence, Jr. and Joy Cochran; Duke Tyler Sandefer, son of Lauren Sandefer and the late Roy Sandefer with Maid Shelbi St. Pierre, daughter of Dale and Susan St. Pierre; Duke Rhett LeBlanc, son of Brad and Deanna LeBlanc, with Maid Emily Eymard, daughter of Dwayne and Charlene Eymard; Duke Jeffrey Cupit, son of Don and Suzanne Cupit, with Maid Mallory Brignac, daughter of Kurt and Catherine Brignac; Duke Alex Miller, son of Kristina Bandsma Miller and Greg Miller, with Maid Grace Richoux, daughter of Stacy and Michaeleen Richoux; Duke Jayce Tamplain, son of Jeff and Jacki Tamplain, with Maid Lynsey Maurin, daughter of Brett and Erica Maurin.

    The Royal Escorts for the ball were SCC juniors Will Torres and Jacob Twiner.

    Returning as King and Queen XXX were Patrick Ryan Ratliff, son of David and Kelly Ratliff and Madeleine Marie Murphy, daughter of Michael and Giselle Murphy.