CHS Family,

Central High School's dress code, as adopted in late spring of 2017, has created quite an uproar in the community, in social media, and in our school.  While we continue to believe the changes to the dress code are in the best interest of the school and the students, we also recognize that miscommunication, nonresponsive electronic communication, and clerical errors have plagued the roll-out of our new dress code.

In the interest of fairness, the outerwear policy will be expanded, for this year only, to include some items that were allowed last year.  Approved outerwear, for this year only, includes:

1.  A solid maroon, gray, white, or black sweatshirt or jacket.

     a. Sweatshirts do not include long-sleeve t-shirts.

     b. Sweatshirts may not have front pockets.

2.  A sweatshirt or jacket as described above bearing logos or images supporting Central High School or any of its sports or organizations.

3.  Central High School letter jackets.

The 2018-19 dress code will be released in January of 2018 so that everyone has plenty of advanced notice before making any clothing purchases.



Effective Monday, August 14, 2017 


2017-2018 CHS Scheduling Guide

Parking Pass Incentive Program for 2017-2018

  2017-2018 School Event Calendar

Neighbors continues a tradition of supporting out local schools through the Mascot Card, a customized debit card program.  The Mascot Card earns money for Central High School every time you swipe it.  For more information, please contact Darlene Shingleur at or at 225-819-5752.  Geaux Wildcats!!!



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Central High School is a Title I school. We receive funds to provide additional academic support and learning opportunities to help low-achieving children. The purpose of Title I funding is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education and reach, at minimum, proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
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