Within our short 36 years of existence, St. Michael High School traditions have become a part of the culture on campus. Students and faculty look forward to many events and fun activities that showcase our Warrior pride and school spirit.
Homecoming began in 1988 when the first homecoming queen, Renee Mayeux, was crowed at a Warrior football game. Since then, homecoming has grown into a week-long tradition including dress-up days, pep rallies, games, and campus events. Additionally, alumni are invited to a homecoming tailgate during the homecoming football game.
Pep rallies are held each school year in the fall and spring to celebrate our student athletes and school spirit. The whole student body gathers in the gym to play competitive games, cheer on our athletes, watch our dancers and cheerleaders perform, and show their school pride.
Students and faculty show their Warrior spirit in the spring with a week-long celebration filled with dress down days, games, and a pep rally.
Junior Ring Ceremony
Every year at a special ceremony, St. Michael High School juniors receive their class rings. The rings symbolize the rising-seniors newly found leadership role at the school.
Popsicle day takes place in August each year after all students have returned to school. This event is a fun way to socialize and get to know your classmates at the beginning of the year!
Senior Parking Lot Breakfast and Crawfish Boil
On their last full day of school, St. Michael's seniors meet in the senior parking lot before classes for music, breakfast, and socializing. At lunch, they enjoy freshly boiled crawfish with music, corn hole and other fun activities!