Patterson High School (Louisiana)

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Patterson High School
Patterson Lumberjacks.png
2525 Main Street
Patterson, Louisiana 70392
School type Public
Founded 1896
Principal Rachel Wilson
Vice principal Mark Spradling
Grades 9-12
Language English
Color(s) Red and Black
Mascot Lumberjack

Patterson High School is a high school the city of Patterson in St. Mary Parish, Louisiana.


Patterson High School competes at the 3A level in all of the following varsity sports: baseball, basketball (boys and girls), cross country (boys), football, golf, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, and volleyball.

On January 15, 2009, Kenny Hilliard, a sophomore running back of Patterson High School at the time, was named ESPN RISE Sophomore Player of the Year.[1]


Patterson High was named a Blue Ribbon Schools in 2006 in which former principal, Michael Brocato, and head of the math department, Cathie Vernon, traveled to Washington D.C. to accept the award.

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