St. Frederick is a college prep school serving grades 7-12

MISSION

The mission of St. Frederick Catholic High School is to nurture students to be living examples of the teaching of Jesus Christ in an atmosphere of academic excellence.

St. Frederick Track Team Wins Second Straight District ChampionshipSt. Frederick Students compete at state future business leaders competitionSFHS wins Bolton Cup ^Click for Details^Cinco de Mayo Celebration ^Click for Details^Dr. Webber Extends Invitation ^Click for Video^St. Frederick students compete in state STEM competitionSt. Frederick girls win first ever regional championship

 St. Frederick Girls finish great tennis season with 2nd place trophy

The St. Frederick Girls tennis team wrapped up the season with a 2nd place finish this year as they came up just short of a championship. Pictured below are key contributors Kristy Pham, Ashlyn Hillburn, Mason Ryan and Blair Beard. 

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 St. Frederick Girls Capture Regional Championship

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ACT composite scores increase

The ACT composite score averages for the 2015-2016 senior class were released today.  

Click Here to view a PDF of St. Frederick High school’s ACT composite score averages for the current senior classes which show that they are well above the averages for other school districts in our area, for Louisiana and for the Nation. Moreover, the top 10% of seniors scored an average of 32.3 with the top 50% scoring 29 or higher. 

St. Frederick plans STREAM facility - 

Only Program of its kind in North Louisiana

“We are very excited to be in the planning stages for a new STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts and Math) building. This will be the only program of its kind in North Louisiana and makes St. Frederick High unique in their approach to the learning process,” said Blair David, STREAM Director.

The addition of Religion and the Arts build on traditional STEM concepts allowing students to broaden the learning experience. 

The concept of the STREAM program involves creating an environment where students and teachers are allowed to collaborate for the purpose of creating a tangible product while using interdisciplinary topics.

An example of a unique experience was an early morning viewing of the movie Risen at Tinseltown in West Monroe on Thursday, March 3, 2016. 

Senior Rachel Augurson said, “Being able to take a field trip to watch a spiritually oriented movie with not only the senior class but the entire school was an experience that brought us closer together as a student body.”

Tristan LaFleur, senior, said “It was a great opportunity for us to be together as a whole to explore our Christian beliefs.”

“Risen was a great movie that we are able to reflect on and discuss in our classes.  Being able to go to the movie together as a whole school was an experience I will not forget,” said Kane Chunn, 7th grader.

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