Grades 7-12

Welcome

For nearly 50 years, Holy Savior Menard Central High School has served both the Catholic and non-Catholic communities in preparing young people for the future.  In the areas of math, science, history, English, social studies, and the arts, Holy Savior Menard Central High School sets high standards for its students.
 
The Catholic faith is taught in each grade as a required class.  The New Testament, Old Testament, and traditional family values are some of the areas covered in daily religion classes.  The Mass is celebrated weekly, and each class makes an annual retreat at Maryhill Retreat Center.
 
Both Catholic and non-Catholic parents looking for the best education for their children, in a safe, challenging atmosphere, should consider Holy Savior Menard Central High School.  It may be the best gift they can give their children.
 
It is the mission of Holy Savior Menard Central High School to provide a Catholic Educational program rooted in the traditions of Faith Development, Academic Excellence, and Service.
 
Holy Savior Menard Central High School is accredited by The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.  The following is a statement from the last peer review by SACS:
 
The Peer Review Team certifies that the school has satisfactorily met the expectations and responsibilities involved in the SACS School Improvement Process.  Additionally, the Peer Review Team certifies that Holy Savior Menard Central High School meets all the standards required for accreditation.  The Peer Review Team recommends to the Louisiana State SACS Committee that Holy Savior Menard Central High School  continue its accreditation by the Commission on Secondary and Middle Schools of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


Brief History
 
Holy Savior Menard Central High School has been a tradition in Alexandria for more than 120 years.  In 1893, Father Leonard Menard and the Brothers of the Sacred Heart opened a boys' school named St. Francis Xavier Commercial College.  Later renamed Menard Memorial High School, it offered a quality Catholic education to area males until 1967 when Menard was united with the area girls' school, Providence Central Academy, to form Holy Savior Menard Central High School at its present location.  In 1988, grades 7 and 8 were added to the school.
 
Since being named Holy Savior Menard Central High School, the following have served in the position of Principal:  Fr. Hugh Bigger, Fr. Douglas Hawkins, Fr. Warren Laroque, Sr. Cecile Claire Vanderlick, Sr. Michael Rose Stanzel, Mr. Pat O'Donnell, Mr. Terry J. Mayeux, Mr. Robert L. Mahfouz, Sr. Janez Shonfeld, Sr. Marice' Elvekrog, Sr. Mary Ellen Theriot, Mr. Ronald Lemoine, Mr. Dale Skinner, Mr. Ronald Roy, Mr. Paul Ernie, Mr. Joel Desselle, and currently, Mr. Dwayne Lemoine.


Annual Events
 
Please visit school website at www.holysaviormenard.com to see the calendar of events.

• Homecoming is Oct. 6, 2017

How to Register:
To begin the registration process, visit the Holy Savior Menard website, and click on "Apply Online." A birth certificate and social security number are required for registration. After student approval, you will receive an email on how to begin the online enrollment.

The Registration fee is $500.00 for grades 7-11 and $550.00 for 12th, payable at the end of online enrollment or at the school.  This fee is NON REFUNDABLE.

After online enrollment has been completed, you will receive an email with the course selection from attached. If you need help choosing courses, please call the Guidance Office from 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. for assistance. Complete the course selection form and return it to school and if the registration fee has been received the student’s course selections will be entered into the computer. 

At that point the registration process is considered complete.

Late Registration: The registration fee after April 3 is $550.00 for grades 7-11 and $600 for 12th.

FACTS is used for monthly tuition payments and to also apply for financial aid and grants.


Brumfield vs Dodd Policy

In accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the following statement is published:

DIOCESE OF ALEXANDRIA NON-DISCRIMINATORY SCHOOL POLICY

May, 2017

The Diocese of Alexandria School System re-affirms its non-discriminatory policy on the basis of race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin in its educational programs, activities and employment policies in accordance with the Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the 1972 Educational Amendments and Sections 4.03(a) and 4.03 (c) Revenue Procedure 75-50. All students, faculty members and staff, without exception, are admitted to all rights, privileges and activities generally accorded or made available at the schools which do not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its employment policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Most Rev. David P. Talley, Bishop of Alexandria

Thomas E. Roque, Sr., Superintendent of Catholic Schools

Administrative Staff