St. Helena College & Career Academy

A Relentless Pursuit of Excellence


St. Helena College and Career Academy will create a safe learning environment that nurtures a culture in which students will become college and/or career ready and lifelong learners. Our students will have the necessary skills to become productive citizens and compete in a competitive, ever-changing global society.

Hawk Administration
Reginald Douglas
Shiyecca Singleton
Master Teacher
Brandon Brown
Athletic Director
LaTia Brown
College and Career Coach
Carrie Coleman
Dean of Students 
Everyday is truly a GREAT DAY to be a HAWK!  
(pictured: Our principal, Mr. Reginald Douglas and sophomore, Kevin Taylor) 

Thanks Mr. Propst for taking our LSU dual-enrolled seniors to participate in their first college course! 

Celebrating HAWK Success

Congratulations to Angela Oates, 7th Grade Spelling Bee winner

Congratulations to Mr. Reggie Jackson and our Hawks Marching Band in a successful win of 1st place in Houston, Texas. 
Click the link to see our awesome Band in Action:  

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Dear parents, faculty, students and community members,

Welcome to the St. Helena College & Career Academy website. We are proud to offer many educational opportunities to our students.  We offer AP courses in Social Studies, Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science, as well as dual credit and dual enrollment opportunities through the local colleges and universities.  Our teachers strive to provide an education that is second to none for all of our students.
St. Helena College & Career Academy is also home to athletic and extracurricular programs that are among the most competitive in the state of Louisiana.  Offering a wide variety of activities from football to band we have activities for all of our students and we encourage them find to their niche and get involved.
As a district, our vision seeks to develop a productive educational system that increases student achievement, develops educator effectiveness, and builds public confidence. It is our goal at St. Helena College & Career Academy to provide all students with the skills necessary to enter the workforce or post- secondary education and be successful.
With Hawk Pride, 
Reginald Douglas

Need help with Completing your FAFSA? On Wednesday, February 22nd, we will host a FAFSA Night from 3:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. in the Media Center. Join us in completing this awesome first step toward your post-secondary education. Please bring the following items to help complete your FAFSA: 

• Student’s Social Security Number (can be found on Social Security card) 
• Student’s driver's license (if any) 
• Student’s W-2 Forms and other records of money earned (plus parent’s/parents’ W-2 forms if student is a dependent) 
• Student’s (and spouse's, if the student is married) Federal Income Tax Return for the previous year - IRS Form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040Telefile, foreign tax return, or tax return for Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, the U.S. Virgin Islands, the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia 
• Parent's/Parents’ Federal Income Tax Return for the previous year (if student is a dependent) 
• Student’s untaxed income records for the previous year - Social Security, Temporary Assistance to Needy Families, welfare, or veterans benefits records 
• Student’s bank statements for the previous year 
• Student’s previous year’s business and investment mortgage information, business and farm records, stock, bond, and other investment records 
• Student’s alien registration card (if not a U.S. citizen)


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"Success occurs when opportunity meets preparation...."     -Zig Ziglar
(pictured left to right: National Recruiting Analyst, Chad Simmons interviewing Junior 4-Star Recruit, Troy Hurst)   

Congratulations to our Miss SHCCA Outstanding Teen 2015-2016, Miya Gordon!!
(pictured with  Miss Black Louisiana USA Arielle Bianca Brown) 

Congratulations to sophomore Markedija McMorris for her participation in the Louisiana Girls Leadership Academy sponsored by the Louisiana Center for Women in Government & Business at Nicholls State University.  
(pictured from left to right: student, Markedija McMorris and a LGLA Counselor)