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Mardi Gras comes to Loachapoka High School
Mar 17, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsMembers of Mobile-based Mystics of Time brought Mardi Gras to Loachapoka High School Monday. They visited in honor of the marching band's third place finish in the annual MOT Mardi Gras parade and Champions of the Street marching band competition. More
Loachapoka's ACT scores rise after first year of mandated test
Nov 19, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsLoachapoka High School's ACT scores are higher this year, following a state mandate that dictates all 11th-grade students take the standardized test, the Lee County Board of Education announced during its Tuesday meeting. Stan Cox, Ph.D., assistant ... More
Loachapoka students learn financial literacy at Benjamin Bash
Oct 28, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsRoughly 130 Loachapoka seventh, eighth and ninth-graders spent Tuesday afternoon learning about saving, investing and planning for college from Auburn University's School of Accountancy students at the Benjamin Bash financial literacy fair. Loachapoka ... More
Loachapoka gearing up for annual Syrup Sopping Day
Oct 15, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsHolt said that by 1982, the women “couldn't make biscuits fast enough,” so the group started cooking for the event in the Loachapoka High School Cafeteria. Demand soon outgrew that space, too, so event organizers contacted Hardee's restaurant to ... More
Thousands enjoy annual Syrup Sopping Day in Loachapoka
Oct 18, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsWhile the event is free, vendor sales generate funds, which benefit local organizations like the Southwest Volunteer Fire Department and Loachapoka High School. Children lined up to ride the horses that turn the syrup mills, which squeeze juice out of ... More
PREP BASKETBALL: Loachapoka girls win St. James Tipoff tournament; Opelika ...
Nov 16, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsLoachapoka's girls basketball team won the St. James Tipoff tournament this weekend in Montgomery, going 3-0 to open the season. The Indians defeated Providence Christian, 52-24, in the first game before downing host St. James, 64-31 in the semifinals. More
How much will high school bands earn for marching in 2015 Mardi Gras parades?
Oct 24, 2014 • AL.comMOBILE, Alabama -- Never mind the long marching routes and the occasional piles of manure: Mardi Gras parades are a chance for Mobile County high school bands to earn much-needed funds to pay for band trips, uniforms, instruments and other costs. More
Police reports for Nov. 4
Nov 4, 2014 • Opelika Auburn NewsSecond-degree theft of property was reported Monday at Loachapoka High School on Lee Road 61 after a brown leather wallet, three credit/debit cards, an Alabama driver's license, two $1 bills and a Social Security card were taken. » Third-degree ... More
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