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FISH PHILOSOPHY:  Be There, Choose Your Attitude, Make Their Day, Play

MISSION STATEMENT: The ultimate mission of Fontainebleau is to provide our students with the ability and tools necessary to function successfully in an advancing society.

 


****Welcome to Fontainebleau High School--Home of the Bulldogs****

FHS is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools CEEB# 191659

 
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Fontainebleau's school performance score based on the Louisiana Department of Education's Accountability Program is 156.0 and the score increased 17.8 points.

St. Tammany Parish school system earned the highest composite ACT score, 21.9, of any of the 72  public school systems in the State of Louisiana.

More impressive is that  Fontainebleau High school earned the highest composite ACT score, 23.3, of any public school in St. Tammany  Parish.

This is just one example of our students, faculty, and parents living our school motto
"Optimus Optimorum", "The Best Of The Best".

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Summer School for Grades 9 through 12

For summer school information for Grades 9 through 12, visit the
Virtual Academy Summer School Website. http://virtualacademy.stpsb.org/

 

Southeastern LA University through its Zoom into Careers program is offering 4-day student workshops this summer in Hammond and Mandeville.  Classes are limited to 10-15 students and meet from 9:00-4:00. Early Bird cost is $280.  After May 8, the cost is $295. Register at www.selu.edu/zoom.  Course offerings include:

Zoom Into Animation

Zoom Into Automotive Tech

Zoom Into Creative Writing & Publishing 

Zoom Into Criminal Justice

Zoom Into Culinary Arts

Zoom Into Emergency Management

Zoom Into Industrial & Engineering Tech

Zoom Into Photography

Zoom Into Movie Making

Zoom Into Radio

Zoom Into Television

Zoom into Theatre

Zoom into Web Design

More info can be found at:

http://www.southeastern.edu/acad_research/programs/zoom/

JERSEYS FOR JEREMY DAY:  Thursday, April 17 is Jerseys for Jeremy Day.  You will be able to wear sweatpants or sports shorts for a donation of at least $1.  Also wear your favorite team shirt or jersey.  The money collected will go to the Jeremy Hebert Defibrillator Fund which helps purchase AEDs for schools around the partish.

 

SENIORS need to return all library materials to the library.  FHS calculators need to be returned as soon as your exam is over.  Do this to avoid being placed on the owe list.

 

SUICIDE AWARENESS:  We encourage you to wear yellow tomorrow, April 16 in support of Suicide Awareness.  Please support those who have taken their own lives.

 

JUNIORS:  There will be a meeting regarding elections Thursday morning at 7am in room 404.

 

FHS WRITES CREATIVE WRITING CLUB will meet Wednesday after school in Ms. Steigman's room (602).  We will have a party to wish our class of 2014 writers farewell.  There will be refreshments and, most likely, some tears.  BYOP (bring your own pen).

 

FRESHMAN:  Any Freshman interested in running for Sophomore Officer must pick up a packet and attend the meeting Thursday morning at 7:00 in Room 430, Ms. LeBlanc's classroom.

 

BULLDOG BUDDIES:  One more club meeting before the year ends, Please mark your calendars for Thursday, May 1st - 7am in the auditorium.  Officers for the 2014-2015 school year will be elected.  See Ms. Hebert in room 901 to get your name on the ballot.  Also - one last event to say goodbye to our Seniors and thanks for a great school year.  Friday, May 9th - Swim Party at Franco's Athletic Club (4-5:30).  Come prepared to go down the pool slide and have some fun with your buddies before the summer.

 

SCHEDULE CARDS:  This is the last call for schedule cards.  Starting Monday, April 14, the counselors will make a schedule for all students who have not turned in their schedule card.  Schedule changes will be very difficult to make next year if you have failed to return your schedule card.

 

BOWLING AWARDS will start at 4:00 on Wednesday, April 16th at Tiffany Lanes.  See Ms. Fussell in room 712 if you do not plan to attend.

 

FHS ATTENDANCE FORM REQUIRED BY DMV can only be prepared by the FHS Front Office (not Guidance).  It takes 24 hours for you to receive the form once a request has been made.  Please plan ahead, especially with Spring Break coming up.

 

SLU is sponsoring an ACT prep class May 6 - June 3 in preparation for tJune 14 ACT test.  Classes meet each Tuesday from 5:00-7:00pm at the St. Tammany Center in Covington.  Register by phone by calling 985-549-2301 or online at www.southeastern.edu/es by April 29.  The cost is $250.  This course is equal to 10 hours of class time.

 

SENIOR TEXTBOOK ANNOUNCEMENT:  All seniors are to return his/her textbooks to the FRONT OFFICE beginning April 15thAll senior textbooks MUST be returned by April 29th which is the last day of senior exams.  Any book NOT returned by April 29th will be added to the owe list.  Due to the volume of textbooks that are returned, we will NOT give receipts when you return a textbook to the front office.  DO NOT return your textbook to any teacher, only to the front office.  You need to make sure you return the textbook that was checked out in your name.  If you return a book that was not checked out to you, you will NOT receive credit for returning that textbook.  If you are not sure about the texbbooks checked out to you, stop by the front office for that information.

 

SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION can be found at http://virtualacademy.stpsb.org.  Applications will not be available until May 1.  The application deadline to register for a first semester class is May 20.  Applications for second semester are due by June 10.  The cost is $150 per each semester class.

 

SPEED READING/COMPREHENSION:  Would you like to increase your reading speed and comprehension this summer?  Loyola is offering classes July 7-August 4 in Mandeville. Students make substantial gains in comprehension while doubling their reading speed.  Call 1-800-979-9151 for information or pick up a flyer in the counseling office.


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CONTACT INFORMATION:

Fontainebleau High School
100 Bulldog Drive
Mandeville, Louisiana 70471
985-892-7112
Fax: 985-892-9894



 

 

 

 

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