Carencro High School
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Carencro High School is a Lafayette Parish high school located in Lafayette, Louisiana, United States. Carencro High School is one of six Lafayette Parish Public High Schools. Geographically, the school is located approximately 3.5 miles north of Interstate 10 and approximately one mile west of Interstate 49. The current school administrative team consists of Mary Qualey, Principal, and Assistant Principals, Claire Leger and James Rollins.
|Carencro High School|
721 West Butcher Switch Rd.
Lafayette, LA 70507
|Rival||Acadiana High School|
|School Hours||7:00 AM to 2:35PM|
Carencro High School started as Carencro School in 1874, then moved to what is now Carencro Middle School. The present-day Carencro High School began construction in 1969. Today, the main buildings include Building 1 (Office & Cafeteria), Building 2, Building 3 (Little Theater, Band, & Chorus), Building 4 (Agriculture/Home Economics), Building 5 (known as Boys' Gym), Building 6 (known as Girls' Gym), Building 7, and Building 8 (portable classrooms).
Carencro High School is home to many sports organizations including: Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track & Field, Volleyball, and Wrestling.
Carencro High School is home to the 1992 State Football Champions and the 1997, 2011 State Finalists.
In 2006, Carencro High School were State Soccer Champions. In 2007, Boys' Soccer Team were District Champions. In 2008, Boys' and Girls' Soccer Teams were second in district. Coach Mike Woodall is the current soccer coach at Carencro High School.
Students that attend Carencro High School come from several different feeder schools: Acadian Middle, Carencro Middle, L.J. Alleman Middle, N.P. Moss Middle, Paul Breaux Middle, Scott Middle, Carencro Catholic, Immaculate Heart, Stem Magnet Academy, and St. Leo Seton.
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