Students enrolled 1245
School leader Dianna Outlaw

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59595 Belleview Drive
Plaquemine, LA 70764

(225) 687-6367
(225) 687-0422
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3 stars
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September 07, 2014
This is where girls get punched in their faces by boys !! And when it's discussed afterwards were told would get suspended. (The girl was told that).

- submitted by a community member
March 25, 2010
the school may seem like its trouble but we have fun there and the teachers aren't strict they try to help us in any way possible but let us know that e cant just play around and we have to get to business.

- submitted by a student
no rating March 17, 2010
Plaquemine Highs cool i guess. They are a little strict. We need some fun. For real.

- submitted by a student
November 23, 2009
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- submitted by a student
December 03, 2008
I started attending Plaquemine Hgih last year in 2007. Last year was great!. The principle was great. He was understanding to all of us. We actually had fun with him there. There were activities we were able to attend. There were fun things to do. The students even liked him. This year with Ms. Outlaw is totally different. She's rude, she doesn't care about the students, and she's to strict on us all. She's used to teaching middle schoolers. We are in highschool. It's time for us to learn to stand on our two feet and grow up. Yet she treats us like little children. She acts like we're babies and we need her to hold our hand all the way. She's not fit for a principle in my opinion. We have hardly any fun. It's like we go to military school. There are to many rules at that school. unreal!

- submitted by a student
November 01, 2008
I student at phs and i just started going there and its already a mess! i mean everything there is just based on rules. last year the kids got to do what they wanted to, but now this year is just i dont know...the principal mrs outlaw is a complete outrage... she doesnt allow you to no privelages which i think s really unfair.. we just had red ribbon week and she didnt allow us to dress in casual clothes like we normally do.... now tell me what you think about that!!!UNFAIR

- submitted by a student
February 27, 2008
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December 04, 2007
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- submitted by a student
November 21, 2007
I wouldn't say Plaquemine high school was a terrible school, but it's does need a few improvements. More activities should be provided for the students, and there are only a few teachers who show that they actually care about their students. The rules, i feel, are over the top. (Must have green jacket, belt, shirts tucked in, certain shoes, and certain color 'undershirts' and socks). Maybe they are trying to construct an orderly environment, but annoying the students over simple things will only make matters worst. It's enough we have to wear uniforms, but we can't show not even a little of our indivisuality.

- submitted by a student
June 20, 2007
P.H.S is a great school. I belive i's a great school with very bright students no body wants to gives these students a chance but the teachers here loves us and they get on our cas everyday about how school is important .I never know why and didn't to find out either intill I came to Plaquemine High School This school Has some of the best programs for a secondary eduacation Plaquemine High is a gift a we will receive the gift whenwe graduate and the gift is an eduaction

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2007
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- submitted by a teacher
November 16, 2006
PHS is a great school that has everything any other premier school would have to offer. With the excellent leadership of our new principal, Dr. Russell Plasczyk, I feel that before my brothers and sisters graduate, they will be able to experience a school that will be known nationally. Many people often criticize Plaquemine High for not offering a challenging enough curriculum, however, I have found this statement to be false. Students who wish to pursue some form of post-secondary education should enroll because the college-preparatory curriculum is very rigorous and challenging. I highly recommend PHS to any and every student.

- submitted by a student
July 18, 2005
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- submitted by a teacher
May 24, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
February 16, 2005
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- submitted by a former student
November 01, 2004
I attended this school for all four years of my high school career, graduated in the top ten and am now in college. I am not blind to the probelms that the school had, but I must say that I enjoyed my experience there. I loved almost all of my teachers, and felt as if they cared about me as a person. I only wished that the school offered more electives--which I understand they now do, in the form of AP classes. I am majoring in education and I intend to go back to PHS and teach there. Hopefully, my school will continue to improve.

- submitted by a former student
September 17, 2004
I think as for as an opportunity to get a good education, PHS has by the far the most resources of any school in our area including the Private Schools to acomplish that goal. But course I'm sure like 'all' schools in our area we have our problems. But it can be fixed and its not a hopeless situation like some people would lead you to beleive.

- submitted by a parent
August 26, 2004
I am at student at Plaquemine High and I think that the school board is way out of hand. I mean at PHS you have to have a green jacket and if you don't they take it from you. You have to have your shirt tucked in or they will put you out of class! That is crazy! The best thing at Plaquemine High is the principle Mr. Newman. It would be nice every once in a while to have a casual day.

- submitted by a student
February 17, 2004
At Plaquemine High School, there are too many children being put out for one reason or another, I would love to see Frank Pasquaw paid for the true amount of attendees that are kept in school daily. I personally think that Frank Pasquaw is out of cinc with todays children, just maybe if he had young children he would not send these children home. In the past when he sent my son home, I slipped a note under his office door to tell him to call me, this has been more than a month ago and he has refused to return my call.

- submitted by a parent
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Plaquemine Senior High School
59595 Belleview Drive, Plaquemine, LA  70764
(225) 687-6367
Last modified Plaquemine Senior High School is a Public school that serves grades 7-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 4 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Plaquemine Senior High School Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 19 reviews. Top