St. Charles Parish Public School System
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Note: There are no incorporated places in St. Charles Parish. The communities listed in italics after each school are unincorporated census-designated places (CDPs).
- Grades 9-12
- Destrehan High School, Destrehan High School website, (Destrehan)
- Hahnville High School, Hahnville High School website, (Boutte)
- Grades 6-8
- Grades 6-8
- Grades 4-6
- Grades 3-6
- R.J. Vial Elementary School (Paradis)
- Grades 1-3
- Mimosa Park Elementary School (Luling)
- Grades PK-5
- Grades PK-3
- Grades PK-2
- Grades PK-K
- A.A. Songy Kindergarten Center (Luling)
- George Washington Carver Early Learning Center (Hahnville)
- Satellite Center (Luling)
- G.W. Carver High School, which served black students on the West Bank
- Mary M. Bethune High School, which served black students on the East Bank
- Hahnville Colored School, which served black students
- Eual J. Landry, Sr. Middle School in Hahnville
- Ama School in Ama
- Total Students (as of October 1, 2007): 9,639
- Male: 52%
- Female: 48%
- White: 58.84%
- African American: 36.39%
- Hispanic: 3.38%
- Asian: 1.06%
- Native American: 0.32%
- Socio-Economic Indicators
- At-Risk: 45.12%
- Free Lunch: 35.73%
- Reduced Lunch: 9.39%
- "Education Expansion." By: Richoux, Marilyn, Joan Becnel and Suzanne Friloux, from St. Charles Parish, Louisiana: A Pictorial History, 2010. Posted at the St. Charles Parish Museum and Historical Association. Retrieved on December 3, 2016.
- "About Our School." Destrehan High School. Retrieved on December 3, 2016.
- "Multiple Statistics For Total Reported Public School Students - October 2007" (PDF). Louisiana Department of Education. 2007-10-01. Retrieved 2008-10-12.
- St. Charles Parish Public School System - Official site.