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Mandeville High School


Mandeville High School

Mandeville High School
Motto "Where there's a will, there's a way."
Type Public
Principal Bruce Bundy
Students approx. 1,700
Grades 9 - 12
Location #1 Skipper Drive,
Mandeville, Louisiana, U.S.A.
Colors Royal blue and white
Mascot Skippers
Rival Covington High School
Fontainebleau High School

Mandeville High School is a Division 5A public high school, in Mandeville, Louisiana. It is located in Saint Tammany Parish, Louisiana and is part of the St. Tammany Parish Public Schools system. Mandeville is a suburban community within thirty miles commuting distance to the metropolitan area of New Orleans, LA. Mandeville High School is a co-ed, public high school enrolling approximately 1,700 students in grades 9-12. Approximately 73% of their graduates continue their education, 68% to four-year colleges or universities and 2% to two-year colleges and other post-secondary institutions. There are more than one hundred twenty members on the professional staff, and of those 120, 58 of them have a Master's Degree or Higher.

MHS was named a Blue Ribbon school during the 2001 - 2002 school year.[1]


In April 2013 the school newspaper published an article deriding a local Mexican restaurant for failing a food inspection and consequently having the close down. The article was false and was intended as an April Fool's joke although it appeared weeks after the holiday. The article was approved by both the editor of the newspaper and the faculty adviser. The school has subsequently apologized.[2][3]

Notable Alumni


Notes and references

External links

  • School Website
  • Saint Tammany Parish School Board

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