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Leesville High School

Leesville High School
Location
502 Berry Avenue.
Leesville, Louisiana

United States
Information
Type Public
Motto Dare to Excel
School district Vernon Parish School District
Principal Renita Davis
Staff 62
Grades 9-12
Number of students 919
Color(s) Black and Gold
Athletics Football, Basket Ball, Track, Cross Country, Girls Volley Ball, Base Ball, Softball, Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Power Lifting
Mascot Wampus Cat
Website

Leesville High School is a school located in Leesville, Louisiana, United States. The 9-12 school is a part of the Vernon Parish School Board.

Louisiana State Senator Gerald Long of Natchitoches taught social studies and coached at Leesville High School in the late 1960s.

School uniforms

All students are required to wear school uniforms.[1] [Link needs to be updated]

The uniforms consist of Khaki pants, shorts or skirts with polo shirts that are to be white or black. All students are to wear a belt and shirts must be tucked in. There are to be no logos on any of the clothes that are worn where they can be seen.

Notable alumni

References

External links

  • Leesville High School



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