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Ellender Memorial High School

Terrebonne Parish School District

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Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Ms. Woods on being chosen as the 2019 EMHS teacher of the year! We are so proud to have Ms. Woods on staff. She is a dedicated English teacher and sponsor of Beta club and National Honor Society. 

Ms. Woods
Activities Calendar

We would like to thank everyone that attended the ribbon cutting ceremony. We look forward to many great games played on our beautiful new field.

ribbon cutting

Mr. Corey Harris, motivational speaker, visited EMHS to speak with students about setting goals in order to achieve their true greatness. We would like to thank Mr. Harris for taking the time to inspire our students. 

Motivational Speaker

We would like to congratulate six of our teachers for being recognized by the District for outstanding VAM scores! VAM scores, Value Added Measure, is an instrument that measures student growth.

Mrs. Kaci Olden-Woods
Mrs. Cally Trosclair
Mr. Corey Bourg
Miss Rachel Seitz
Mr. John Rhodes
Mr. Cornell Scott

VAM teachers


We would like to thank our faculty, students, and local businesses for making our Back to School Bash such a huge success!


side of school

About Us

School's Vision

EMHS where education and relationships fostered between all stakeholders lead to graduation and prepare students for a successful career or college experience. 

School's Mission 

The mission of the faculty, students, parents, and community of Allen J. Ellender Memorial High School is to engage, educate, and empower every student every day. Teachers will engage every student through effective instruction, educate every student using rigorous practices aligned to Louisiana standards, and empower every student to read, write, listen, present, and think critically in all classes every day.