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Benton High Helps Up With Downs 


  It has become an annual event for the Benton High Tigers.

  For the third year, students, staff and community members came together to help the local Up With Downs organization and individuals with the chromosomal disorder.

  Benton High Coach Greg Bryant once again spearheaded the Tigers' efforts, organizing several fundraising events. Students were able to wear their favorite denim jeans one day in exchange for a donation. There was also a faculty/student basketball game that had everyone cheering on the sidelines. The final activity was the one that has become a popular Benton event; the third annual Up With Downs 5K. 

  Participants spent an early Saturday morning putting their best foot forward to help their family and friends with Down Syndrome. All totaled, Benton High raised more than $4,000 for the organization; money that will be used locally to support initiatives that enhance the quality of life of those individuals with Down Syndrome.

  It is one more way the Benton Tigers are "Helping Hearts" and demonstrating "The Power of We." 


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Parkway Student Wins Independence Bowl Scholarship

Anthony Visciotti is all smiles for a reason.

The Parkway High School Senior was awarded the 2014 Duck Commander Independence Bowl Scholarship for ...more



BPTS Students Make the Mark

Ten students in the CTEI class at Bossier Parish Technical School recently qualified to take the National Retail Foundation Customer Service Certification EXAM and ...more


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Airline Attempts to Break World Record

Approximately 200 young ladies at Airline High School spent gym class trying to break a world record. After all, November 13 is Guinness World Records Day.

Phy ...more


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Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland Band Represents

Louisiana Music Educators’ Association District VIII honor band auditions were held recently and Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland represented Bossier ...more


High School News

Bossier High Faculty Opens Free Christmas Shop For Students


 Bossier High junior Renard Robinson took care of all six nieces and nephews on his Christmas list without spending a penny, thanks to an idea teacher Cil Guerrero had late one night.  

 She asked Principal David Thrash if the school could open a Christmas store, free for students to do their shopping. Faculty and staff cleaned out their closets, children’s rooms and garages and brought from home toys, clothing, perfume, sports equipment -- the donations ran the gamut and filled the school library.

 For two days, the Bearkats were allowed to shop at the Christmas store during lunch break, enabling them to select presents for their siblings, nieces, nephews and parents.

 Robinson was all smiles as the items he chose were bagged.

 “I got some toys, a vacuum, a lot of clothes and a basketball for my little brother, so this is a help,” he said.

 “It’s been the biggest blessing to me,” Guerrero said happily.


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Airline’s Abhi Shah Chosen For

U.S. Senate Youth Program

Airline High School Senior Abhishek Shah has another honor to add to his growing list and this is a big one.

Shah received word from the ...more


Senior Project Leads

to Teen Bodybuilding Titles

Senior Project has led to new discoveries for countless Bossier Parish students. Many have explored potential career opportunities, some have poured ...more


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Parkway Cross Country Stars

Make History

Two Parkway High School athletes have made both school and state history.

Hayden Kingfisher and Sara Funderburk both won the 5A individual state titles for ...more



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Haughton High School Graduation Coach

Haughton High School’s spirit theme has taken on several meanings for the players and students this year. On ...more


 Plain Dealing Shows There Is

Power In Pink


 Plain Dealing High School believes in the power of pink.

 On a cold Saturday morning in November, more than two dozen students, teachers, administrators and community members from Plain Dealing gathered in Shreveport to Race For the Cure and send a message; that when it comes to the fight against breast cancer, they are in it to win it.

 PDHS Principal Sandrina Isebaert said breast cancer has touched her school personally. GASP Monitor Renda Harris is a survivor. Tammy Martin, the wife of PDHS math teacher Glenn Larson, is currently in the fight. Even though she was undergoing chemotherapy at the time, she still found the strength to walk with her beloved Lions.

 Participating in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was the culmination of Plain Dealing High’s “Helping Hearts: The Power of We” community service initiative. Before even taking the first step in the 5K, the school held fundraisers and donated more than $1,000 to help wage the fight against breast cancer.

 Thanks to the efforts of PDHS, researchers are one step closer to finding the cure.


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Haughton High Cheerleaders Win Spirit of Louisiana Award

The Haughton High School cheerleaders have spirit, but not just on the sidelines during football and basketball games.

They are also active ...more


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Parkway Students Commit to Safe Driving, Win $25,000

The Parkway Panthers’ pledge to “Celebrate My Drive” by observing safe driving practices paid off in a big way. The school was presented $25,000 ...more


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Teamwork Makes the Dream Work at Bossier High

Submitted by: Jennifer Moreland

Bossier High Student Council Sponsor

“Teamwork makes the Dream Work” is the slogan and theme at Bossier High School this ...more


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“Pride of Pantherland” Band Named Grand Champions

November has been a time to shine for Parkway’s Pride of Pantherland Band.

The band received all ones and placed first runner-up out of 34 bands ...more


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Benton High Yearbook Staff Wins Award of Excellence

The Benton High Yearbook Staff puts out one quality publication. Just ask around.

Last Friday, the 2013-14 staff was awarded the National Yearbook ...more