Rachel J. Allemand brings us a comprehensive history of St. Charles Parish Public Schools from 1803 until 1980.
Category - Education
Information on the history of public schools in Bayou Gauche and Des Allemands by Roy Lunk.
Education Through Historic Preservation booklets through the years.
On June 1, 1977, a fire destroyed the old high school which was being used for other school and government offices.
Two new public high schools opened in 1976: Destrehan High School in Destrehan and Hahnville High School in Mozella.
In the early 1960s, the parish school system began to plan for desegregation of public schools.
In 1930, during the tenure of Superintendent J. B. Martin, the passage of a bond election provided the funds to build or expand public schools across the...
With the arrival of the petroleum industry in the early 1900s, a major shift took place in the public school district.
In 1852, the state legislature abolished the position of parish superintendent. For several years in the early 1870s , there were division superintendents.
The LeMoyne brothers, Iberville and Bienville, were timeless advocates of schools to educate the colonial children.