Allen High School has been added to the list of schools. We are very fortunate to have this history for everyone to share. Go yellow jackets!
Scotlandville High School was activated. They have a rich track history with accomplishment.
Information was added for J. S. Clark High School, New Orleans, Opelousas, John S. Dawson High School, Webster High School, St. Augustine High School, Xavier Prep, Cohen High School, Southern Lab School, McKinley High School, Desoto High School, Mary E. Graham High School, Peabody High School and Eula D. Britton High Schools.
If you have any information about your high school’s history, please send it to us so that we can share it on the site!!!
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Hattie A. Watts High School, St Mary Parish, Patterson, La 70392 was in existence in 1960-1969. Presently, the Hattie A Watts Elemantary School is the Largest elementary school in St Mary Parish.
Ms. Hattie A. Watts was the first African American teacher to reside from Patterson, La.
We are interested in learning about Ms. Hattie A. Watts and Hattie A. Watts High School. Please send me a contact for someone who could help me find data to present. Perhaps in your reunion or alumni.
My school L. B. Landry High School in New Orleans (Algiers). L. B. Landry is the second oldest black high school in New Orleans it was est 1938. Landry High named after an Algiers doctor named Dr. Lord Beaconsfield Landry which from an cut he received while during surgery on a 16 day old baby. The been build three time in it history the original school was destroyed by in 1958 and rebuilding in 1959 then that school was damaged in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina and rebuild in 2010 . All three school was rebuild on the original site.
Please read the Landry history. There are two cornerstones which commemorate the rebuilding efforts. Your namesake and school has a rich history and if you know about any documents about its graduates we are interested in posting them. Thanks for your comments.
St. Mary Academy, Orleans Parish