Lake charles boston academy of learning
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The LBF and West Monroe High School collaborated to build a fully functional courtroom on the high school grounds. The courtroom is equipped with seating for the judge, jury, and advocate and is used for mock trial competitions, speaker events, and future court hearings.
West Monroe High School is one of Louisiana’s and the South’s best high schools. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has fully accredited WMHS, which has been recognized for its academic accomplishments, athletic talent, student engagement, and community support. The LEAP scores at WMHS are among the best in the state, and the school has over thirty clubs and fifteen athletic teams for students to join.
The Lake Charles-Boston Academy was established in July 2007 with the intention of establishing a center for extension learning programs that will improve and extend the educational, creative, and career readiness of students in the Calcasieu School System. The law-related education program will be available to the Calcasieu School System’s 11 districts, as well as schools in the parishes of Jeff Davis, Allen, Beauregard, and Cameron.
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The Boston Academy of Learning School in Lake Charles, Louisiana is a public school. The Lake Charles Boston Academy of Learning School is located near Bethel Metropolitan Baptist Church, southeast of the Charpentier Historic District.
Sudduth Coliseum is a 7,450-seat multi-purpose arena in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States. It is part of the Lake Charles Civic Center. Sudduth Coliseum is located 2 kilometers northwest of Lake Charles and is home to the Boston Academy of Learning School.
Lake Charles, the second-largest city in Louisiana’s Acadiana area, is known for gaming, the great outdoors, culinary delights, and rhythm and blues. CC BY 2.0 photo by the Carnaval.com Studios team.
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In 1907, William Oscar Boston founded First Ward Colored School. The school was Lake Charles, Louisiana’s first elementary colored school. Mr. Boston was the school’s principal until 1940. Miss Mary Bell Williams took over as his replacement later. In 1943, Professor Boston passed away. W.O. Boston High School was built in 1949 and named after William Oscar Boston. The school’s first principal was R.C. Reynaud.
The Class of 1983 was the last to graduate from this illustrious educational institution. W.O. Boston High School and Lake Charles High School combined in the fall of 1983. Lake Charles-Boston High School (“Home of the Fighting Cougars”) was the name given to the newly merged school, which is now situated on the former Lake Charles High School site. The former W.O. Boston High School building now houses the Learning & Training Center of the Calcasieu Parish School Board.
Louis C. Green was elected President of the class, Earl Martin was elected Vice President, Mary Parker was elected Secretary, Ruth Miller was elected Financial Secretary, Joyce Johnson was elected Treasurer, and William Whatley Jr. was elected Chaplain.
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Photograph and caption from the newspaper: “The W. O. Boston school is almost finished and will be able to open on September 1st. This is the city’s newest addition to the educational system. It will be used by students of various colors. The school, which will be modern in every way, will be able to accommodate 500 students.”
“Thaddius Mayfield and Edward McKinley stop traffic as Wesley Foreman directs one of the smaller students across the street,” and “With T.P. Fontenot are (first row) Thadduis Mayfield, Edward McKinley, Wesley Foreman, Delward Anderson, (second row) Lionel Jones – Assistant Captian, Jimmie Graham, James McKinley, Harry Cormier, and T.L. Bilbo.”
Photograph and caption from the newspaper: “The new $250,000 W. O. Boston Negro high school in Lake Charles was dedicated on Sunday afternoon. It is one of the most productive educational plants in the South, being both complete and new.”
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