Covington High School is a public high school in Covington, Louisiana. It is a part of the St. Tammany Parish School system. The school celebrated its 100th anniversary during the 2012-13 school year.
The school serves residents of Covington, Folsom, Sun, and some unincorporated areas in St. Tammany Parish, including Bush. Each year, it educates approximately 1,500 students.
Students at Covington High School get to be educated by top teachers, and have many unique opportunities not offered at other high schools. Covington High employs over 90 teachers to meet the needs of every student. Nearly every teacher is highly qualified, and two teachers have been finalists for Louisiana's State Teacher of the Year (Ric Watkins- 2003 and Vance Lynch- 2012).
Students seeking career/technical opportunities have a large variety of options at Covington High. CHS has multiple courses dual-enrolled with local colleges, including nearby Southeastern Louisiana University and Northshore Technical Community College.
Covington High also offers a variety of Pathways which lead to Industry Based Certifications. Students, whether college-bound or those going into the workplace after graduation, can get certified in a variety of fields including healthcare, computer technology, welding, culinary, and more!
Covington High School’s students will be life-long learners and productive citizens in the global community.