FCS Class Makes Baby Blankets for Restoration House

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STA's Family & Consumer Sciences class recently completed a project creating fleece baby blankets. The class will donate the blankets to Restoration House as part of the STA Campus Ministries baby supply drive.  FCS teacher Connie Irby said the students had fun making the blankets and learning a new craft, while at the same time being able to participate in STA's mission of service to the community.

Logan Thompson Joins the ACT 30+ Club

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STA Principal José Becerra recognizes junior Logan Thompson for his composite score of 31 on the ACT College Placement Test.  The Veritas ACT 30+ Award at STA is given to all students who receive a composite score of 30 or above on the ACT.  Logan is the son of Renee Morgan and Chad Thompson of Independence.

20th edition of Pentrails published online

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The 2014 edition of Pentrails: A Magazine of the Arts celebrates its 20th year! Since 1994, STA students have been contributing both artwork and literature to this magazine. “Those of us who work on Pentrails today are proud to stand in the tradition of those who have gone before us,” said Alexandra Burris, Faculty Pentrails Coordinator.

STA Class of 2014 Names Top 15 Ranked GPA's

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Congratulations to the following students who were named as holding the Top 15 ranked cumulative grade point averages in the Class of 2014 (in ascending order):

Valedictorian, Andrew Jordan; Salutatorian, Colleen Daley; Amanda Jordan; Madison Casey; Blanton Burgess; Rebecca Ishee; Christopher Hudspeth; Anna Miller; Christopher Gaudin; Clay Parker; Bailey Barringer; Anna Lanier; Madison Chauvin; Summer Naquin; and Katie Gambel. 

Five Falcons Place at State Literary Rally

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Congratulations to our FIVE Falcon scholars who placed in the STATE LITERARY RALLY at LSU. Senior Clay Parker placed third in Civics; senior Kara Tucker placed 4th in Fine Arts Survey; senior Jonathan Faulk placed 4th in Business Computer Application; sophomore Xander duPlooy placed 4th in Spanish I; and freshman Aaron Mixon placed 4th in Biology I.  Way to go, Falcons!!