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Lady Panthers Begin Fall Season

As the fall sports seasons at Woodlawn High begin, the Woodlawn Lady Panther Volleyball Team will be the first to take the courts. The Lady Panthers are looking to improve on last year’s 9-9 record in a season that was full of setbacks and delays. Long-time Head Coach Nelson Malpica...
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Welcome Home: Woodlawn Names Alicia Dedeaux Girls’ Basketball Coach

You Can’t Go Home Again. Not only is this the title of one of Thomas Wolfe’s most memorable works, it has also become a well-known and common phrase. However, Alicia Dedeaux is ignoring this advice and doing the exact opposite: Coming Home. Woodlawn High School is excited to announce that...
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Panthers Claim 200 Meter Relay Championship

For the first time in the school’s history, Woodlawn High School has claimed the 4x200 Meter Relay 5A State Championship. The team of J’Marcus Sewell, Jordan Matthews, Lanard Harris, and Jay’veon Haynes out raced the field at Saturday’s LHSAA/Allstate Sugarbowl Class 5A Track and Field Meet. The team won the...
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Catching the Storm

Coby Sanchez is a 2019 graduate of Woodlawn High School. This article was originally published in the Spring 2021 Southeastern Magazine. The article was written by Sheri Gibson and photos are by Randy Bergeron. You can see the original article by clicking here. Southeastern student Coby Sanchez has turned a...
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Naya Smith’s My Past Life Named Best in Show

For the first time in the history of the REAL-LIFE EXPERIENCE, a student at Woodlawn High School was awarded Best in Show, the competition’s top recognition. Junior Naya Smith was selected as Best in Show for her piece titled My Past Life. In addition to a $500 cash prize, Naya...
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Woodlawn Theatre Department to Present Virtual Production, Help Desk

Woodlawn High School’s Theater 3 Class will present a virtual production of the play Help Desk. Help Desk was written by Don Zolidis. The hilarious comedy details the problems that arise when you call the help desk. Although you’re looking for a solution when you call the help desk, your...
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Tennis Program Completes Successful Season with State Championship

Woodlawn’s Tennis Program has achieved many firsts over the past four years. The Panthers Tennis Program has traditionally been small, often not having the necessary number of student-athletes to fill a full team. After a five-year span without tennis, the program was resurrected in 2018 and has quickly risen to...
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Cador Represents Woodlawn High at State Bowling Tournament

Freshman John Cador represented Woodlawn High School at the 2021 LHSAA Bowling State Championship Tournament on Tuesday, April 27th. Cador was the Panthers’ leading bowler this season with an average of 191. Cador represented Woodlawn High with class. He averaged 192 at the State Tournament, which was held at All...
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Medine Twins Claim Regional Championship, Aucoin & Bertrand Qualify for State

Like in all sports, experience in tennis is often the difference between a win and a loss. The mental aspect of the game of tennis is often overlooked as most players do not think much about what they are doing on the court. In big matches, nerves often creep in...
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Spring Testing Schedule

Students will soon begin spring testing at Woodlawn High School. Here is a comprehensive list of all upcoming spring Leap 2025 and AP Testing. Please check the list often for any possible changes. *Indicates that Virtual students will come to school for testing and Face-to-Face students will remain home for...
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ESL Seniors Shine

The Woodlawn High School English as a Second Language (ESL) Program accommodates 127 students from countries from around the world. Twenty-five of those students are seniors. Students in the ESL Program are limited English proficient. They attain English language proficiency, develop high levels of academic attainment in English, and meet...
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Panthers Build Foundation for Future Success

In his two seasons as the Head Coach at Woodlawn High, Brad Voight has focused on building the foundation of the program. Coach Voight has stressed to his players that this includes excelling both on and off the court. “We believe we are starting to set a very solid and...
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Medine Twins Help to Build Promising Tennis Program

This article was originally published on GeauxPreps.com by owner Hunter Bower. Halle and Leah Medine have spent most of their lives on the tennis court. The twins began playing tennis at the age of ten, and both enjoyed the sport. As freshmen at Woodlawn High School in Baton Rouge, tennis...
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Woodlawn Talented Music Strings Ensemble Members Place at 2021 DeBose Fine Arts Festival

Woodlawn High School's Talented Music students competed virtually for the 2021 DeBose Virtual Fine Arts Festival Series Competition. While Talented Music ensembles have showcased their talents annually at the festival, this year they participated in the inaugural performing arts competition sponsored by the DeBose Foundation. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic,...
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