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Ellender Memorial High School

Terrebonne Parish School District

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Congratulations to our Patriots Baseball team on winning the Powerade "Power Their School" Essay contest and earning their team a $2,000 reward!

Activities Calendar

The 2019 Social Studies Fair was held on January 18, 2019, at Nicholls State University. Students from eight (8) parishes
participated in this year’s fair. Three of our students placed, Louie Woods, Vanessa Valadez and Leah Strange. These students were eligible to attend the State Social Studies fair. Louie and Vanessa both attended and Louie placed 5th in Geography. We are so proud of these amazing students and all the time and hard work they invested in their projects.

Louie Woods at the State Social Studies Fair
Vanessa Valadez at the State Social Studies Fair

Congratulations to Mariah Hernandez Fitch for making the LHSAA Academic All-State Girls Soccer Team! 

Mariah Hernandez Fitch receives All State Girls Soccer

Congratulations to J'lisha Holly on being chosen as the February Terrebonne Parish Distinguished Athlete! J'lisha has a 4.0 GPA and is the captain of the Volleyball and Basketball teams. We are so Proud of this amazing athlete and scholar! 

Seniors enrolled in the NYCP program attended a field trip to Chabert Medical Center where they met with professionals from various fields to learn more about career opportunities in the medical field. 


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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.