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Airline Student Advances to National Vocal Competition


Airline’s Leah Huber has a lot to sing about this summer, after hitting a high note at a recent vocal competition.

Huber received notification she has been named a national finalist in the Michael Feinstein Great American Songbook Vocal Competition. It is a huge honor that she has worked hard to reach.

The incoming junior was a regional finalist in the same competition last year in Plano, an experience that helped her improve her performance this year. It paid off.   

Huber will now be going to the nationals in July and competing in this prestigious competition. She will be working with Grammy and Tony Award winners and other industry professionals, as well as Michael Feinstein himself.

Bossier Schools congratulates Leah Huber for this incredible honor and wishes her the best of luck at the Feinstein competition.


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Bossier's Kelvin Brooks to Represent Team Louisiana

Bossier High School senior Kelvin Brooks won't only be sprinting across stage at the CenturyLink Center to receive his diploma; he will also be ...more


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Ciara White Wins 2015 Regional Tennis Championship

Haughton High sophomore Ciara White is a true champion. The budding tennis player was named the 2015 Regionals Single Champion and a 2015 ...more


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Airline Science Teachers Get $20K to Study Genetics of Taste

Submitted by Sandra Pena, AHS Asst. Principal

The Airline High School Science Department is receiving more than $20,000 in equipment to ...more


Eric McGuire Takes Top Honors in George Rodrigue Art Contest

We have an update to the story below about Eric McGuire, the Airline High School senior who was selected among the top 15 finalists in the ...more


AHS Student Makes Finals In George Rodrigue Art Contest

Airline High School senior Eric McGuire may have trouble coming down from cloud nine, where he has undoubtedly been since receiving news he ...more


High School News

Soaring With the Blue Angels

Bossier Principals Experience Thrill of a Lifetime

Just call Jayda Spillers the “Flying Ace” and Mitch Downey “Rocket Man.”

The two principals rightfully earned their new ...more


Benton High’s Coach Tasby

Gets A Gold Star

Friend. Mentor. Amazing. God-sent.

Those are just a few of the words used to describe Shandrick Tasby. The soft-spoken Special Needs paraprofessional at ...more


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Alumni Association Makes Donation to Bossier Bearkats

The Bossier Bearkats are on the receiving end of a generous donation from the Bossier High School Alumni Association; a check for $1,000.

Surround ...more


BPSTIL On Fast Track to Completion

Their reactions were much like kids on Christmas morning. Educators at Bossier Parish Technical School were finally getting their first sneak peek inside the new ...more


Airline High School Student Named National Merit Scholar Finalist

Today there are two reasons for Airline High School senior Abhishek Shah to celebrate. One, it is his 18 th birthday and two, he ...more


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Bossier Schools Battle It Out


The competition was on at the 2015 Battle of the Schools, held May 2 at Bossier High School.

Teams made up of Student Council members from Bossier Parish high schools competed in field day-style events. This year, Haughton claimed the title of Tug-of-War winner, going undefeated in all rounds.

Parkway High School won the three-legged race and placed 2nd overall with a total of 20 team points.  Besides the championship trophy this year, teams voted on awards to be given out for Best Team Spirit, which was awarded to Airline High School; Team Congeniality, presented to Bossier High School; and Best Dressed, which went to Benton High School.

The teams and the judges voted on Best Sportsmanship, which went to Bossier High School. The judges voted on the team they thought embodied all of those awards in one for the Judges’ Choice award, which went to Benton High School. This year the trophy went home to Benton High School, with the Tigers earning a total of 22 team points.

Pictured above in green is Bossier High School, which was the host team. Benton High School, the Overall Winner of the 2015 Battle of the Schools, is in purple.


Plain Dealing High Wins CenturyLink Grant Two Years Running

Sara Brakeville, a STEM teacher at Plain Dealing High School, got a big surprise AND big check from CenturyLink, Inc.

She was awarded ...more


Seniors Say Goodbye

Class of 2015 Marks Final Day At Bossier Schools

Tuesday marked the end of a chapter in the lives of Bossier Schools' Senior Class of 2015, it being their last day.

After ...more


BPTS Students Win Big At

SkillsUSA Competition

There is no doubt students at Bossier Parish Technical School have skills and they proved it recently at the Louisiana SkillsUSA competition in ...more


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Melanie Bailiff Is A

Louisiana Young Hero

Melanie Bailiff has never been one to let the odds count her out of the game. If anything, being born with Cerebral Palsy has made the Airline freshman work ...more