Ascension Catholic High School

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Ascension Catholic High School
Address
311 St. Vincent Street

, ,
70346

United States
Coordinates30°6′9″N 90°59′9″W / 30.10250°N 90.98583°W / 30.10250; -90.98583Coordinates: 30°6′9″N 90°59′9″W / 30.10250°N 90.98583°W / 30.10250; -90.98583
Information
TypePrivate, Coeducational
MottoHonor ∙ Truth ∙ Loyalty
Religious affiliation(s)Roman Catholic
Established1845
PrincipalJohn Beck Sr.
ChaplainFr. Paul Yi
GradesPre K - 12th grade
LanguageEnglish
Hours in school day8 am- 3 pm
Color(s)Purple and Gold         
Sportsgolf, basketball (boys and girls), tennis, football, softball, cross country, track, and volley ball (boys and girls)
MascotBulldogs
Team nameBulldogs, Lady Bulldogs (girls' sporting events)
RivalSt. John and Ascension Christian
AccreditationSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools [1]
Website

Ascension Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Donaldsonville, Louisiana. It is the oldest Catholic school in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge

History[edit]

Ascension Catholic was established in 1845 as St. Vincent Institute by the Daughters of Charity.[2]

ACHS is known for having one of the premier athletic programs in Louisiana having won state championships in Football, Girls' Basketball, Baseball, Softball, and Cross Country.[citation needed]

Ascension Catholic High School has won 3 State Championships in Football. The Bulldogs football team has made 28 playoff appearances with 18 wins.[citation needed] The Bulldogs win over Jake Delhomme's Teurlings Catholic (66-6) remains as one of the biggest margins of victory in the semi-final round of the LHSAA playoffs.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]

  • James Carville - Nationally recognized political consultant and campaign adviser to President Bill Clinton
  • Vinnie Tortorich - Author, radio host, fitness trainer, and model

References[edit]

  1. ^ SACS-CASI. "SACS-Council on Accreditation and School Improvement". Archived from the original on April 29, 2009. Retrieved 2009-06-23.
  2. ^ ACHS. "In the beginning". Retrieved 2007-05-11.

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