Students of the Month
Each month, members of the CHS Student of the Month committee, composed of teachers and staff members, meet to select a senior who excels in the areas of academics, leadership, community involvement, and character. This month’s seniors who were selected are Caroline and Mason.
Caroline is an honor student who has consistently challenged herself with advanced coursework across the curriculum. From honors, to AP, to dual-enrollment classes, she excels in all of them -- as evidenced by her perfect GPA. In addition, she scored a super score of 30 on the ACT with a perfect 36 on the reading section. She was chose to represent CHS last summer at the Rotary Youth Leadership Award Camp. In addition to her academics, Caroline devotes a large percentage of her time to volleyball, both as 4-year member and 3 year letterman of the Lady Lions and on her club volleyball team. Elsewhere on campus, Caroline devotes her time to The National Honor Society and FCA, has served on the student council, and participated on the cheer and powerlifting teams. In the greater Covington Community at large, Caroline has given of her time and talents to volunteering at track meets at LSU, at the registrar of voters, and around campus on beautification day. Teachers describe Caroline as hyper-focused, sincere, and down-to-earth, and they note that she is a good friend. After graduation, Caroline plans to pursue a degree in kinesiology and a career as a sports physical therapist.
Mason also excels academically in every subject area and at all levels of CHS’s accelerated curriculum. His ACT score is an amazing 34; super scored he achieved a 35, with a perfect score of 36 in Science. Mason is involved on campus as a member of the CHS football and baseball teams for the past 4 years. He has played varsity football for 3 years and is a kicker, and has been a starter on the baseball team for 3 years. His passion for sports also extends to his travel baseball team, to which he devotes much of his time outside of school. In addition, Mason gives of himself in volunteering with the Knights in Action. Mason made an impression on the faculty, who describe him as hard-working, kind, and resilient. After graduation, Mason plans to major in aerospace engineering a eventually work for Boeing.
Congratulations to these two deserving and hard-working students, and thanks for the positive example you set for others!
Here at CHS, we are proud to recognize seniors who have excelled as students, leaders, community members, and human beings. A committee of teachers and staff has met and selected from a pool of nominees 2 students who represent CHS and themselves with distinction. October’s Students of the Month are Emily and Noah.
Emily, an honor student, excels in advanced coursework across the curriculum, including honors, AP, and dual-enrollment classes. She scored an impressive 28 on the ACT, with a 33 in Reading. Emily is active in the Emergency Responder courses as well. On campus, Emily is an avid sportswoman – a 4-year member of both the Lady Lions Varsity Volleyball and Softball teams. Last year, she was honored for her skills, being named to the All-District Second Team. Elsewhere on CHS’s campus, Emily devotes her time to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the National Honor Society. Emily’s teachers describe her as a natural and effortless leader and role model, someone who represents the very best CHS has to offer. In the community, Emily is active on the Challenge Volleyball Club. She also gives of her time and talents to First Baptist Church’s Vacation Bible School, registering voters in St. Tammany Parish, and with St. Michaels’ Family Promise. After graduation, Emily plans to continue playing sports as well as pursue a degree in radiology.
Noah is also a fantastic honor student, making straight A’s every semester of high school in the most demanding coursework CHS has to offer. His ACT score puts him in the above 30 club, and his English score is a near- perfect 35. Noah represented CHS as Louisiana Boys State as well as with the HOBY Youth Leadership project. He received the 2020 Spanish Departmental Award and competed in Literary Rally. On the football field, Noah has competed for 3 years at CHS, and in addition he has participated on the Varsity Track and Field and JV Powerlifting teams. Noah belongs to the National Honor Society and holds certification in Microsoft Word and SP2 Safety and Pollution Prevention. The teacher who nominated Noah praises his work ethic and natural intelligence as well as his drive to succeed. In the larger Covington community, Noah has volunteered at the St. Benedict’s Lenten Fish Fry and with various projects with National Honor Society. In fact, Noah completed more than 40 hours of service to his community. After graduation, Noah plans to attend college and pursue a career and Sports Medicine.
Congratulations to these amazing students. We thank you for all you’ve done for CHS and the example you set for others!
Covington High School selects 2 seniors each month as Students of the Month. These students are nominated by their teachers based on their character, academics, leadership, and community involvement. We are proud to announce that November’s Students of the Month are Margarita and Hayden.
Margarita is a driven honor student who has challenged herself with advanced coursework across the curriculum. Currently, she is dual-enrolled in Emergency Medical Responder, English 101-102, and Biology II. She represented CHS at HOBY and has been involved on campus throughout her high school career. She holds membership in the National Honor Society and has cheered in the varsity squad for the past 3 years. Her peers chose her for the CHS homecoming court in 3 of her 4 years. In addition to her activities on campus, Margarita has devoted time to the grater Covington community as well, and her teachers describe her as a kind, quiet, academically determined girl who balances it all with grace. After graduation, Margarita plans to attend a 4-year university and pursue a career as a dental hygienist.
Hayden is also a fantastic student who excels academically in the most difficult classes CHS has to offer, from gifted, to AP, to dual enrollment courses. His ACT score, an impressive 31, attests to his achievement. However, Hayden not only strives for success in the classroom, he also gives of himself in extracurriculars. He is a four-year member of the CHS Robotics team as well as a member of National Honor Society. In this, his senior year, he was elected president of that organization. On the pitch, Hayden competes on the Varsity Soccer Team. Out in the greater Covington Community, Hayden plays on a rec soccer team and has volunteered his time at Project Prom, CHS School clean-ups, and Academic Clinic. Hayden’s teachers praise his positive attitude, his genuine personality, and his work ethic. After graduation, Hayden plans to attend a 4-year university and earn a degree in engineering.
Congratulations, Margarita and Hayden, and thanks for all that you’ve done for CHS as well as the example you set for other students!
A committee of CHS teachers met to choose the Covington High School Students of the Month for December 2022. The committee selects from a pool of students nominated by the faculty based on the traits of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character. December’s Students of the Month are Samantha and Bryce.
Samantha is an honors student with a cumulative 4.57 GPA who has consistently challenged herself with advanced coursework in all subject areas: honors, AP, and dual enrollment. She attended the STBSB Summer Video Institute and is certified in Adobe, Photoshop, Word, and PowerPoint. Samantha also earned certification as a First Responder and is CPR certified. On campus, Samantha competes on the Varsity Swim Team and is a 4-year member, serving this year as that organization’s senior captain. Samantha also belongs to the Jumbotron Crew and is the captain of the Away Team. In addition, Samantha holds membership in the National Honor Society and serves as the Student Council historian and reporter, a job she has held for the past 2 years. She has volunteered in the community at her church and at LSU track meets, with the Salvation Army, and tutoring other students. She was chosen by her peers this year as a Senior Maid on the Homecoming Court. Samantha also trains in the Martial Arts. The teacher who nominated Samantha describes her as a strong student who is always willing to help. Upon graduation, Samantha plans to attend college and pursue a degree in the medical or communications area.
Bryce also excels as an honor student at CHS --with an amazing GPA of 4.48. He has, throughout his career at CHS, chosen to take honors, AP, and dual enrollment classes, and has been very involved in athletics and elsewhere on campus. He received the Pre-Calculus Subject Area Award and represented CHS proudly at Boys State and RYLA. He is certified in Adobe, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro. Bryce belongs to the National Honor Society and FCA. However, it is athletics that are Bryce’s passion. He competes on the Varsity Football and Baseball teams as a 4-year member, and is a former member of the Varsity Basketball team. Out in the greater Covington community, Bryce volunteers his time and talents at the Samaritan Center, and also to run the broadcast and music for his church, work VBS, and participate in Youth Group. Teachers describe Bryce as driven, but with a heart of gold. After graduation, Bryce plans to play college football and major in business.
We are so proud of both of you, Samantha and Bryce, and want to thank you for all that you do for our school--- and for the example you set for other students.
Each month a committee of teachers meets to select senior students to be honored as CHS Students of the Month. Students are chosen based on the qualities of: scholarship, leadership, character, and service. This month’s Students of the Month are Shae and Hayden.
Shae is a well-rounded student who combines high academic achievement with extensive involvement all over CHS’ campus. An honor student who excels at advanced coursework, Shae maintains a 3.8 GPA while challenging herself with Honors and DE classes. Shae performs in the Talented Theater program as a 4 year member and has backstage and onstage experience in both lead and supporting roles. As a 4 year member of the Dancin’ Darlins, Shae has performed countless routines, and this year serves as Co-Captain. Elsewhere on campus, Shae works on the Jumbotron crew and serves as the Senior Class Representative. In her spare time, Shae volunteers in the community and works part-time.
Hayden also keeps himself busy, in body and mind. His leadership in the NJROTC program spans his 4 years at CHS, and his class load features some of the most challenging coursework CHS has to offer…AP, Gifted, Honors, and DE. In addition, Hayden’s ACT Score is an amazing 34, just one point from perfection! Hayden has represented CHS at Literary Rally in English and Psychology and won the Departmental Award in English, Spanish and Psychology. In CHS’s NJROTC unit, Hayden has served as Academic Teams commander, Cyber Security Team commander, and Color Guard team commander. He has also participated on the Drone and Marksmanship teams. Hayden is also a member of The National Honor Society. Out in the Covington Community at large, Hayden gives of his time and talents to the relay for Life and Project Prom. After graduation, Hayden will pursue a long academic path, ending with a PhD in astrophysics, astronomy, or chemistry.
Congratulations, Shae and Hayden! CHS is proud of you and wishes you well in your next chapter of life at the university level!