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Group photo of Rising Star honoreesFourteen Bossier Parish high school students who have shown personal growth and academic achievement were honored as Rising Stars recently by the Bossier Optimist Club.
The students were nominated by their school administration and teachers for the turning point they have made at school, whether it be with grades, attitude, behavior or the like. 
This year's class of Rising Stars include: Timoune Cooper and David Young, Airline; Ardis Cole and Karshun Shepard, Benton; Cindi Amaya and Darrien Mason, Bossier High; Sherri Lane and James Prock, Butler Educational Complex; Unique Allen and Antoine Ball, Haughton High; Sha'Diamond McKnight and Ty Nelson, Parkway; and Nia'relle Scott and Giovannie Smith, Plain Dealing. 

Congratulations to these Rising Stars and a big thanks to the Bossier Optimist Club for recognizing them!


Two board scholarships in the amount of *$5,000 each will be awarded to two graduating seniors of a Bossier Parish high school who:

            (1) will pursue a Bachelor’s Degree in education at an accredited Louisiana          college/university, and

            (2) upon completion of their degree, will commit to entering the teaching    profession


Two board scholarships in the amount of *$500 each will be awarded to two graduating seniors of a Bossier Parish high school who:

            (1) were enrolled and successfully completed courses of study at the Bossier Parish School of Technology and Innovative Learning (BPSTIL), and

            (2) will pursue their education in that particular course of study.


Additionally, there are endowed scholarships of *$500 each that will be awarded as per the donor’s instructions and within the guidelines set forth by the criteria for scholarships awarded by the BPSB. Those are:

Ø  The Mildred & A. J. Burns Memorial Scholarship—this scholarship is given to a student who is majoring in education and will be attending Northwestern State University in Natchitoches.


Ø  The Pat Wortman Memorial Scholarship—this scholarship is given to a Bossier Parish Technical School student who is going into any health related field at a Louisiana post-secondary institution.

Board Scholarships are funded by the Bossier Parish School Board Members, memorial donations, memorial scholarships, and contributions from community supporters.  It is the desire of the Board that the recipients would pursue a future employment opportunity with the Bossier Parish School System


**Scholarships will be judged on the following criteria:

  • Grade Point Average
  • ACT Composite Score
  • School Activities
  • Community Service
  • Leadership
  • Honors—School, State & National
  • Neatness of Overall Application
  • Essay (500-750 words)




Scholarship award letters will be sent by mail to each recipient and notification will also be sent to the high school of the awardees. Scholarship certificates will be awarded to the recipients at a meeting of the Bossier Parish School Board in the spring, date and time to be announced.  Scholarship monies will be sent directly to the college/university/technical school in the recipient’s name before the beginning of the Fall Semester.


As a STARBASE Louisiana graduate, you may be eligible for to receive a one-time $500 financial award to be sent in your name to the higher education institution you plan to attend in the fall. One of the fundamental premises of the Department of Defense
STARBASE program is to spark students’ interest in furthering their education and utilizing STEM skills in their chosen field. This scholarship, funded by our 501(c)3 non-profit STARBASE Louisiana Incorporated , is a tool to help you achieve the goals you have set
for yourself. This award will be given to an applicant who meets the following criteria:
• You graduated from the STARBASE Louisiana program in the fifth grade or have completed a STARBASE Middle School Summer Academy.
• You will be attending an accredited college, university, or trade school in the fall of 2018.
• You can provide a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or administrator with your completed application.
• You have a 2.5 or higher final GPA.
• You have an ACT Composite score of 21.


Photo of Superintendent and NSU President signing documentsWith the stroke of a pen, Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith and Northwestern State University President Dr. Chris Maggio signed an agreement today that paves the way for high school students to attain a college education.

“Imagining the Possibilities” is an initiative between the two educational partners that will enable Bossier Parish students to earn college credit and the possibility of lucrative scholarship packages should they choose to attend NSU.

Students receiving a qualifying score on their ACT test or various Advanced Placement (AP) and College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams will receive academic credit at Northwestern through the “Imagining the Possibilities” initiative.

In addition, scholarship incentives will be made available to Bossier Parish students meeting academic criteria and enrolling in seven majors at NSU, beginning in fall 2018. Those include accounting, biology, business administration, computer information systems, engineering technology, education and nursing. Students interested in other academic areas may also qualify for scholarship packages. 

As part of the agreement, the NSU recruiting team will be conducting visits at all Bossier Parish high schools to present the “Imagining the Possibilities” initiative to juniors and seniors.

“Bossier Schools consistently seeks every opportunity we can provide for our students’ academic success and this initiative with Northwestern goes hand in hand with that,” said Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith. “We are eager for Bossier Parish students to take advantage of this initiative to pursue a college education and potentially save their families thousands of dollars.”


Bossier High School junior Zach Teppenpaw is one young man making his mark in the world of Kung Fu fighting.

His skills in the art of Wushu recently took Teppenpaw to China, where he competed in the World Kung Fu Championship. There, he placed 2nd and 3rd in his division, ranking the Bossier Bearkat among the top in the world.

Teppenpaw, who trains with Dr. Randy Harper, has spent many years practicing to get where he is today. He previously won seven national titles, which earned him a berth in the world competition.

In addition to excelling in martial arts, Teppenpaw also wrestles and placed seventh in the state last year in his weight class. Not only is he an athlete, but he is in Bossier Schools’ Talented Art and Music Programs as well.

Congratulations to Zach Teppenpaw, an accomplished athlete and artist who is making people take notice. Bossier Schools and Bossier High are certainly proud to call him one of their own.


Bossier Schools received its report card today from the Louisiana Department of Education, which showed marked academic gains in the 2016-17 school year, earning it the designation as an ‘A’ ranked public school district. 

An increase of 9.4 points bolstered Bossier Schools’ District Performance Score to 101.1 and an ‘A’ letter grade, reflecting Superintendent Scott Smith’s vision for different teaching practices and increased student learning over the past year.

Airline and Haughton High Schools also went up a letter grade, becoming ‘A’ ranked schools. Bossier High and Waller Elementary moved the needle as well and increased a letter grade; and Cope Middle, Plain Dealing High and Stockwell Place Elementary were named Top Gains schools, based on individual student progress. 

Those schools that previously received and maintained 'A' letter grades for the 2016-17 academic year include: Apollo Elementary, Benton High, Benton Middle, Cope Middle, Kingston Elementary, Legacy Elementary, W.T. Lewis Elementary, Parkway High and Stockwell Place Elementary. Needless to say, this kind of news deserved a celebratory pep rally and the one held was like no other. Click here to see the photo gallery.  

“I am excited beyond measure for our students and employees for the exhaustive efforts shown and outstanding job they did throughout the year amid sweeping curriculum changes and the academic performance bar being raised,” said Bossier Schools Superintendent Scott Smith.

“The School and District Performance Scores can be attributed to collaborative efforts at every level,” Smith continued. “Everyone at Bossier Schools is a piece of the puzzle, from teachers and students to administrators and support personnel. Credit must also go to our School Board representatives, who allowed us to do some very innovative things in the classroom to help ensure academic success. This is a great day for Bossier Parish Schools!”

Smith placed top priority on integrating Professional Learning Communities at each school and putting a mentor/mentee program in place to ensure every child has an adult they work with to chart their individual blueprint for academic success and personal best. A complete curriculum realignment was also implemented, changing the way the district teaches and tests students.

Earlier in the year, Bossier Schools claimed the sixth place spot for overall ACT composite score ranking in Louisiana and exceeded the state average in science scores by 10-percent on the 2017 LEAP proficiency exam. 

To see a particular school's performance score, or how the district performed, click here. 


Seniors and Senior Parents,

Please read the attached letter with important information and dates for the Bossier High Senior Class of 2018.


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