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Comet News - Thursday, January 9

Comet Calendar - News from Campus - General Announcements


9- 2nd Quarter Report Cards sent
10-Friday Prayer Service
10-Boys & Girls Soccer
10- Boys Basketball
11- Boys Basketball
13- Girls Basketball
13- Purple & Gold Dress Down Day
14- 9 AM Late Arrival
14- Boys Basketball
15- 11th grade ACT Parent Meeting
16- Boys & Girls Soccer
17- Boys & Girls Basketball
18- Boys Basketball
18-Placement Test Day
19- American Allstar Dance Competition
20- Martin Luther King Jr. Day: School Holiday
20- Girls Basketball
21-26- March for Life trip to DC
23- Girls Basketball
24- Boys Basketball
29- Walk-In Wednesday


All Second Quarter Report Cards were emailed this afternoon.

Please check your inbox for this important document!

Due to the increasing warnings of severe weather for Saturday, January 11th, which is the original date for the Placement Test, the Office of Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of New Orleans has decided to postpone the High School Placement Test Day until Saturday, January 18th. We realize that this change will affect some of our prospective students. If your child is unable to attend our Placement Test Day on January 18th, please email or call the school at
985-652-3809 to let us know as soon as possible.

We hope you all have a wonderful weekend, and we look forward to seeing you on Saturday, January 18th for the Placement Test.

Application Day/Placement Test for Prospective SCC Students - SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 2020

Prospective students wishing to attend St. Charles Catholic High School for the 2020-2021 school year should report to SCC at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 18, 2020 in order to take the high school placement test. Please note that the placement test/application fee for walk-ins is $30 (cash/check/online). Walk-ins are welcome and should report to school at 7:45 a.m. Lunch will be served and SCC teachers, coaches and students will be on hand to answer questions and welcome prospective students. Students should be picked up at 12:15 p.m.

Students with the top scores on the January placement test qualify for a one time placement test award to be used for registration fees and tuition for the following school year.

The exceptional combination of the Catholic values, the challenging academics, and the active campus life makes St. Charles Catholic High School the perfect place for students to pursue their dreams and their high school diploma.


ACT Parent Nights

SCC is proud to offer ACT Parent Nights to our community in the coming weeks in order to assist Comet families in understanding ACT score reports, TOPS requirements, goal-setting, test strategies, and more! Join SCC's administration to get insights on how SCC is preparing your students for this important test. Dates for these grade-level meetings are listed below. In the days preceding your designated meeting, please also look for an email that will allow you to RSVP for your student's grade-level meeting.

11th grade- January 15 @ 6 PM
10th grade- February 4 @ 6 PM
9th grade- February 5 @ 6 PM
8th grade- February 13 @ 6 PM

This month's First Friday Prayer Service will actually take place on the second Friday of January since it's the first Friday that we'll be on campus in the new year!

We'd love for you -- our parents, grandparents, alumni -- to join us on the morning of January 10! Please check in at the front office upon arrival and start the new year with this wonderful community prayer experience.

Krewe De Charles Bal Masque XXXIII

St. Charles Catholic High School is proud to announce the Royal Court members of the Krewe de Charles Bal Masque XXXIII, “Arabian Nights”. The members of this year's court raised more than $17,000 for the school.

The annual carnival ball will be held on Saturday,
February 1 at 7pm in the school gymnasium. Admission is $10.

The King and Queen, who will represent The Sultan and Sultana, are Evan Beau Roussel, son of Terry and Melissa Roussel of Lutcher, and Riley Rae Monica, daughter of Ty and Dennille Monica of Paulina.

Both the King and Queen are very active students at St. Charles Catholic High School. Evan Roussel is a member of the football and baseball teams and has signed a letter of intent to play football at Nicholls State University; he is also a leadership team member for the SCC Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Riley Monica is an SCC cheerleader, National Honor Society member, an SCC Ambassador, and an FCA member. Riley is a junior and represents second generation Krewe de Charles royalty. Her uncles, Dustan and Donovan Louque, were King of Krewe de Charles III and V, respectively. Her mom, Dennille Louque Monica was Queen of Krewe de Charles X.

We look forward to announcing more of the court in the weeks ahead as we get closer to this wonderful community event.

Dress Down on January 13

In support of the LSU Tigers in the National Championship, students will be allowed a PURPLE AND GOLD dress down day!
Students are allowed to wear an LSU or purple/gold shirt, jersey, or sweatshirt appropriate for school (no vulgar or inappropriate sayings or designs and NO hoodies) with their school pants or skirt and tennis shoes. (Friday dress guidelines are in effect for this day.)

Late Arrival on January 14

SCC will have a late arrival - 9am start - on Tuesday, January 14. Thank you to the administration and Student Council Officers for this privilege following the National Championship. GEAUX TIGERS!!!!!

Pro-Life Lunch & Learn

Join us for a special pro-life Lunch & Learn on January 15 with the Director of Education from Louisiana Right to Life, Alex Seghers.

Louisiana Right to Life is an organization that works to promote the many issues concerning the pro-life movement in America today. According to their website:
"Louisiana Right to Life (LARTL), established in 1970, works through education, legislation, activism, and service to restore the right to life in Louisiana by opposing abortion, euthanasia, and other life destroying actions" (

If you'd like to attend, please click here to reserve your spot!


Congratulations to the Lady Comets for their 50-29 victory over West St. John & their 35-13 victory over Dunham! The girls will play again on January 13 in their first district game!

Congratulations to the Comet Boys’ Basketball Team for their exciting 59-46 win over JS Clark Leadership Academy. What a well fought win! The boys will play again tomorrow on the road versus Vanderbilt Catholic.