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Archbishop Chapelle High School
Archbishop Chapelle High School is a leading private Catholic high school for girls in grades 8-12 that offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum with increased Advanced Placement and Dual Enrollment classes and a strong emphasis on STEM and Fine Arts. In addition to impressive academics, Chapelle's competitive athletics and array of extracurriculars make for a well-rounded educational experience within a close-knit family environment. Our mission is to provide an exceptional spiritual, academic, and social foundation for young women to excel in high school, college, and their future careers while always remembering
Deus Providebit... God Will Provide.
In The News
Sophomore Wins National Art Competition
Congratulations to Sophomore Natalie Shepherd for winning first place in the 2016 Congressional Art Competition through the National Art Honor Society! Natalie’s artwork is currently on display in the U.S. Capitol Building for members of congress and visitors to view. Natalie’s family was invited to a reception in Washington, D.C. to celebrate the winning students from each state. Congressman Steve Scalise and his staff congratulated Natalie on representing the state of Louisiana.
Class of 2017 Ring Mass
Archbishop Chapelle High School held its annual Senior Ring Mass at the St. Louis Cathedral on August 19. Father Christian DeLerno and Deacon Capaci led Mass for students, parents, and faculty. The Class of 2017 then received their senior rings, and legacy seniors received a ring from their mother, aunt, or sister who attended Chapelle. To conclude the ceremony, Senior Class President Francesca DeVille added her class's candle to Chapelle's candle altar, commemorating the Class of 2017 in a long legacy of graduates.
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Join us for Fall Admissions Events!
Girls' Night Out
Calling all 6th & 7th graders! Join the Chipmunks for a one of a kind slumber party at Chapelle on Saturday, September 10! Girls' Night Out, one of Chapelle's most FUN and unique admissions events, allows your future chipmunk the opportunity to spend the night on campus and participate in group activities with various Chapelle clubs and departments starting at 7PM. At 10PM, students who do not spend the night may be picked up. At 10:30, we will begin playing a movie on a big screen in the gym for the girls to watch as they begin to wind down. Pick up the following morning (September 11) will be at 9AM.
Spend the Day
Spend the Day is open to prospective students to enjoy a day on campus by attending classes, participating in fun activities, and eating lunch with current Chapelle students! Spend-the-Days begin at 8:00AM and conclude at 2:30PM with lunch provided. Parents are invited to join us for campus tours and an Administrative Meet & Greet that morning at 8:00AM in the cafeteria.
If you have any questions, please contact Admissions Director Cathy Juarez '10 at 504-467-3105 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Champion Chip Breakfast
Tuesday, September 6, 2016
Students receive awards for their academic success, excellent discipline, and perfect attendance records.
We are very proud of you, Chips!
Safe Environment Training
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Open to Faculty, Parents, and Volunteers
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Girls' Night Out Slumber Party
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Drop off at 7:00pm (pickup at 10pm if not sleeping over)
Pickup at 9:00am Sunday, September 11
Open to 6th & 7th Grade Girls
Deus Providebit Liturgy
Archbishop Chapelle High School is accredited by the Louisiana State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education, the Southern Association of High Schools and Colleges, and the National Catholic Educational Association. ACHS has been named a Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the U.S. Department of Education three times and named an Apple Distinguished School twice. Archbishop Chapelle High School is a member of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) and is the only Catholic girls high school in the state to offer a co-educational band program, the award-winning Rummel-Chapelle Band.