Slidell High School

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Slidell High School
Location
#1 Tiger Drive
Slidell, LA 70458

United States
Coordinates 30°17′10″N 89°46′22″W / 30.286137°N 89.772726°W / 30.286137; -89.772726
Information
Type Public
Motto Truth Shines a Guiding Light
Established 1908
School district St. Tammany Parish Public Schools
Principal William C. Percy, Jr.
Staff 45
Faculty 114
Grades 9–12
Enrollment 1,734
Color(s) Kelly Green and White          
Athletics Football, basketball, baseball, softball, track & field, soccer, volleyball, golf, swimming, tennis, power lifting, cross country
Athletics conference LHSAA District 7-5A
Mascot Bengal Tiger
Rival Salmen High School, Northshore High School
Extracurriculars Cheerleading, band, robotics, flag team, Swingerettes (dance team), NJROTC, clubs
Website

Slidell High School is a public school for grades nine through twelve located in Slidell, Louisiana. It is part of the St. Tammany Parish Public School District and serves portions of west and central Slidell.[1]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Cassidy Blake (2008) Miss teen Louisiana, 2007–08, Miss Louisiana runner-up 2011 [1]
  • Blake Nelson Boyd (1989), visual artist, experimental film maker & actor; K-Ville (TV series), Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant
  • Reggie Cooper, (1987), Strong Safety for the Nebraska Cornhuskers Football team (1987–1991), Team Captain in 1991 as Nebraska defeated the Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowle. Cooper is one of only two Slidell High football players to have his jersey retired.
  • Matt Forté, American football Running Back for the Chicago Bears[2]
  • Mike Gambrell (1980), team captain in 1983 as LSU competed in the Orange Bowl. Gambrell is one of only two Slidell High football players to have his jersey retired.
  • Hannah Gambrell (2008), Led Slidell High School to state championship of Pickle Ball Series. [2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slidell High School Attendance Boundary - St. Tammany Parish Public". Retrieved 2008-04-19. 
  2. ^ NOLA Blog
  3. ^ Pickle Ball Series
  4. ^ "Will Harris". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 18, 2013. 
  5. ^ "Xavier Paul". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved July 18, 2013.