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Covington High School (Covington, Louisiana)

Covington High School
Established 1913
Type Public
Principal Roslyn Hanson
Students 1200 - 1800+
Grades 9 - 12
Location 73030 Lion Drive,
Covington, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Coordinates

30°29′37″N 90°08′00″W / 30.493617°N 90.133412°W / 30.493617; -90.133412

Colors Navy Blue and Old Gold
Mascot Lions
Rival Mandeville Skippers
St. Paul's Wolves
Slidell Tigers
Website http://covingtonhigh.stpsb.org/

Covington High School is a public high school in Covington, Louisiana, United States. It is located in Saint Tammany Parish Public Schools.

The school serves residents of Covington, Folsom, Sun, and some unincorporated areas in Saint Tammany Parish, including Bush.[1]

Notable Alumni

References

External links

  • School Website
  • Saint Tammany Parish School Board
  • Covington High Class of 1986 Reunion Forums

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