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PK-12
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Singer, LA
Students enrolled: 321

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153 Louisiana 110
Singer, LA 70660

(337) 463-5908
(337) 463-0199
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May 08, 2014
I will have to say that the rating from this page is wrong. It ONLY includes 3rd to 8th grade scores. It does not even mention our high school EOC scores. We are 90% or higher on our proficiency levels for EOC grades. We were a C on our SPS score last year. I think 3 out of 10 is too low. I have been here for 6 years and I believe we have a strong administration and great teachers.

- submitted by a teacher
September 04, 2013
Singer School has a great Administration as well as staff that work diligently to provide our students with the education for a better tomorrow.

- submitted by a teacher
August 01, 2012
Singer offers a wonderful oppertunity to many childern, Singer & Hyatt has had graduates who have progressed in life by starting their own companies. Graduating from colleges as doctors, lawyers, great athletes, along with preachers & pastors wives. Most of all, producing wonderful parents with great morals,which is rare in this day & time. The Singer & Feilds community has a understanding that small towns are like a big family & will do what they can to bring out the best in each other & help each other when times get hard.They understand that "No one" is better then anyone else & we are only as strong as our weakest link. Singer has a great oppertunity to become The # 1 school in the state and nation by students working together to raise its grade point average. When this occurs, they'll become a school that everyone will want their child to attend. This can produce a population growth which produces buisness growth, better paying jobs( locally) along with a better way of life for everyone in the town. So next time you see a student that goes to Singer, ask them how their grades are, and extend a encouraging word along with a prayer that will bring out the best in them.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2011
I am a graduate of Singer and the parent of two graduates of Singer High School. I love my community and the school, however, there are a few issues I have with our School Board. Hyatt was closed a couple years ago, precisely why, I'm not sure. I forsee Singer being closed in the near future, before my 7 year old graduates. I did attend school in Natchitoches Parish in the 80's and am a victim of integration. What I mean by that, is, my very small school, Provencal, was changed to an elementary school while the rest of us were bussed to town. That was an hour of riding the bus one way. We, Provencal, kids were thrown to the bottom of the totem pole. Same is happening here, just in a different way. Singer, and Merryville, I believe seem to be on the receiving end of leftovers from DeRidder. Don't our tax dollars amount to the same as others? Don't we get funding like others? Why did it take 3 years to get a softball field? Why so long for a gym and classrooms? This little school is not going anywhere without a fight from the community! I would be more than happy to get things started, just need direction. Charter isn't a bad word, seems to be a very much needed one!

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
no rating August 21, 2009
I recently graduated from Singer High School and first off I would like to say that our school was better before Hyatt came along and they brought their principal Mr. Joslin with them. Singer was once a school where the students enjoyed being there everyday. Those 'fresh ideas' did nothing but drive bonds apart and had it to where students thought of coming to school like being in prison. It got so strict that it wasn't much better than alternative school. Singer was a great school. Now it is slowly going down hill. The education isn't great either. The education students get at Singer is nothing in comparison to schools in other areas.

- submitted by a student
August 03, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating April 29, 2009
i think the school has changed alot since the students from hyatt came. I love the neew people and seeing the new faces but i hate the discipline!!! It is so strict and very ridiculous!

- submitted by a student
February 05, 2009
My child is a student in the elementary program at Singer. The community feeling is great and the addition of our new vice principal Mr. Joslin has been great for discipline. Many of the new teachers and kids from Hyatt have fresh ideas and enthusiasm and much of the school seems to be rising to the occassion. We have been disappointed in the ability of the teachers to create and follow a curriculum- the tests and preparation tend to be all over the place. I do wish that there was more of a focus on helping the kids achieve an organized approach to graded material to strengthen their skills as good students, rather than the big emphasis on what may be on the LEAP test.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
September 30, 2008
The influx of students and teachers from Hyatt has upped the game at Singer. A school that was average is now improving daily. Everyone has really stepped up to the plate and made this a challenging and rewarding school year so far. Though the closing of the Hyatt school was sad and hard on that community. They have really breathed new life into Singer. I am thrilled with the progress so far and look forward to it continueing. All the parents and students took lemons and are making the sweetest lemonade possible. They are to be applauded.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2008
Singer High School is a good school. I know someone who attends it and he enjoys it also other than the fact that he has to do work! I rate this school Above Average... four stars!!!

- submitted by a community member
February 19, 2008
I love Singer High school. The faculty is doing a great job. I have 2 daughters that attend Singer High school and I feel they are safe and taught to succeed in the real world when they graduate.

- submitted by a parent
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Singer High School
153 Louisiana 110, Singer, LA  70660
(337) 463-5908
Last modified Singer High School is a Public school that serves grades PK-12. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 3 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Singer High School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 13 reviews. Top