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New Iberia, Louisiana

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Who has done such mighty deeds, summoning each new generation form the beginning of time?  It is I, the Lord, the First and the Last, I alone am he. Isaiah 41:4
Pre-k and K want to thank all the people who helped with the auction! 
Look who got caught doing random acts of kindness!

Student of the Week

Eli Theodile


Danielle LeCompte, 11th grader, will be recognized in a ceremony in Lafayette 
on April 26, 2017. 

Congratulations Danielle!

>HBCS Green and Gold Fun Run
5K Run/Walk
Saturday, April 29 at 8:30am
$25 + processing fee
Register at or go to our event page
Proceeds go to HBCS Track and Field
Calling all creative minds and talented artists!   
Design a t-shirt for our annual Green and Gold Fun Run to be held on April 29th.  Email your design in a pdf format to Coach Brigette by March 31st.
Design must include no more than two colors on a solid color background.
Winning design will be chosen on April 3
Winner will receive a free tshirt.
A Big Shout Out to the 
HBCS 11U Girls Soccer Team!!
Mrs. Neilson's 2nd Grade Class: 
Kindergarten is learning about the 5 senses.  
Using Mr. Potato Head is a great way to learn them☺️.  
Mrs. Dore's 6th Grade Science Classes
Heat Capacity- which balloon has greater heat capacity, one filled with water or air?
Consider advertising your business at home football and 
basketball games while Sponsoring "HBCS Cheer".
Banners will be hung on bleachers and around the football field.  We will have a smaller banner with everyone listed to take with us to the away games. 
Congratulations to our 2017-2018  
HBCS Varsity Cheerleaders !

Marissa Breaux
Lydia Capritto
Gabby Colson
Karlie Derise
Baylie Derouen
Hilary Hebert
Najah Liggans
Cloie Martin
Dre Mendoza
Chloe Mixon
Morgan Pellegrin
Amelia Romero
Caroline Romero
Payton Romero
Camille Turner
From the Principal's Desk

Standing Tall in the Midst of the Storm

God’s Word is the ultimate foundation that has the ability to keep us anchored and stable, no matter what life throws our way.  I don’t know about you, but sometimes it gets challenging to remain faithful to the call God has placed on my life.  It isn’t because I can’t follow Him, but sometimes my eyes get a little out of focus.  During my times of being out of focus, I find myself placing more emphasis on what man thinks and says instead of what God has said.  Maybe I’m not where some maybe, but I have discovered just because I’m serving God, I’m not exempt from challenging situations that will make my flesh want to rise up.  That is why scripture tells us to “kill the flesh daily” (Gal 5:24). The revelation that I get from that scripture is that I will have daily battles that will tempt me to be sarcastic, unkind, unmerciful... the only way that I can be a conqueror is by doing God’s Will and studying His Word, no matter how I feel at the moment.  This task was, is and will be daunting, so it is vitally important that we anchor ourselves in God’s Word. .  

The path of righteousness is filled with distractions, setbacks, pot-holes, disappointments and frustrations.  However, if we try to deceive ourselves by pretending to have only sunny days and cool winds, instead of turning to God’s Word for guidance, we’ll continue to struggle  Endure the fight as  good soldiers and never grow weary in well doing because in due season, we will reap a harvest. Isn’t that exactly what Jesus did?  Jesus endured the cross which led Him to total victory over Satan.  Jesus’s road to His harvest wasn’t wrapped up with only good things; He too experienced distractions, setbacks, pot-holes, disappointments and frustrations, but He never allowed those things to get Him out of God’s Will.  

In closing, my prayer is that we stay committed to the path that God has given us by remaining obedient and pressing forward, no matter what we face.  We serve a God that is well able to deliver us out of any and all trying circumstances.  Just take a look at God’s track record; He is infinity and 0 in the win/loss column.  So stand strong and be encouraged that God knows exactly what He is doing and is well able to deliver each of us.  Remember it is our place to prepare the soil and plant the seeds; it’s God who brings forth the increase.

God Bless,

Tim Sensley 3/9/2017
Middle School Field Trip Fun!! Downtown New Iberia!
Fitness Meet Results Friday, March 17, 2017
Samantha Taylor - 3rd sit ups
Maegan Champagne 1st shuttle run, 1st 600 run
Evie Miller - 3rd in pull ups
Garret Barras- 2nd sit reach, 3rd sit-ups
Aiden Champagne - 2nd sit-ups
Charlie Dartez - 1st in sit-ups 
Maegan will represent Iberia parish as an alternate at State
Mrs. Neilson's 2nd Grade Class experimented with energy of motion to make Leprechaun pudding.
Our kindergarten students were fingerprint detectives.  They used a magnifying glass to observe each fingerprint they collected to see how God made everyone's fingerprints different.
Mrs. Bradley's class had fun learning about mixing colors today. We used our eyes observing the change in color as it moved along the paper towel in each cup.

Kindergartners learned about the solar system and had fun creating projects to learn about the sun, moon, and planets



Parker, an HBCS junior, has been accepted to Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania this Summer, for a 6 week Pre College Math and Science Immersion!!!

 Carnegie Mellon University is one of the top research Universities in the World, and ranks #24 in Universities Nationally.

Ms. Champagne's 6th Grade ELA students celebrated "Black History Month" by researching important individuals and then presenting our findings to the class.  We enjoyed learning about these wonderful people!
Applications accepted beginning 
March 1st through May 15th.
6th grade girls just completed "Thrive in the Hive" a small group study designed to help girls develop healthy peer relationships.

Chapel Schedules

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Chromebook Policy
Wednesday Nights @ Highland Baptist Church

Girls Varsity 
Track & Field

Penny Aphaiyarath
Anjanelle Armstead
Diana Clarkston
Laney Comeaux
Elizabeth Espinoza
Najah Liggans
Jenna Louviere
Cloie Martin
Caroline Romero
Madison Romero
Briana Sensley
Camryn Sensley
Jamie Sprague
Zoe Thistlthwaite
Lexi Voorhies

Middle School 
Girls track

Emma Blisset
Isabella Breaux
Faith Breaux
Ellie Broussard
Madison Champagne
Mindy Charpentier
Charli Durand
Bri Sensley
Hilary Hebert
Cloie Martin
Mia Mitchell
Amelia Romero
2016 Payments for tax purposes.

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The yearbook staff is working on layouts for ourthe 2016-2017 year, if you have pictures from class activities, sporting events, field trips, etc...  please send to
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2016-2017 Yearbook Today!
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and turn it in to the school office.  Price will increase after April 21st.