To provide opportunities for all students to achieve academic excellence and to provide a high quality teaching/learning environment that assures that every student learns.
Just a reminder for all students, your backpacks must be mesh or clear and if purses are large enough to fit a 3-ring binder, it is too large. Also, only seniors, OFFICIAL 12th graders, may wear black shirts. We expect to have IDs by Labor Day and ALL students must wear their IDs at all […]
Gates Foundation Visit at Helen Cox On November 13, 2014, the newly appointed CEO of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Susan Desmond-Hellman, and the Director of College and Career Readiness, Vicki Phillips, made a visit Helen Cox High School in hopes of seeing the Literacy Design Collaborative in action. The foundation’s effort in North […]
It’s been a long time coming, but the boys’ basketball team has won its first playoff game in three years. Lead by outstanding performances from Kajon Brown and Roydell Brown, the Cougars cruised to victory over the Destrehan Wildcats to the tune of 67-49. The game was very competitive in the first half, as the Wildcats kept […]
The Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance (LOSFA) will host its fifth annual Financial Aid and College Access Facebook Chat Night on Tuesday, February 10 from 6-8 p.m. To participate in the chat, simply log in to Facebook, “Like” LOSFA’s page, then post your questions on LOSFA’s Facebook wall. A LOSFA representative will answer questions […]
This year the Helen Cox Marching Unit is taking on many carnival season parades this year. Beginning this Saturday with the Mystic Knights of Adonis, the Helen Cox Marching Units will participate in six parades in the New Orleans Metro Area. Other parades include Carrolton, Muses, Tucks, Bacchus, and Orpheus. The band and performing groups are working really hard […]