Established in 1984 by Bishop Stanley J. Ott and the Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge, St. Michael the Archangel Diocesan Regional High School is located in the South Central Deanery on 63 lush acres in White Oak Subdivision near White Oak Landing, and is surrounded by protected wetlands under the auspices of the school.
Just under 700 students walk the halls and buildings at St. Michael, equipped with state-of-the-art, 21st century technology. The campus consists of a one story academic and administrative building, an air conditioned gymnasium, a two story multipurpose academic wing, an athletic field house, and a baseball and softball complex. The Pope John Paul II Field House and Physical Education Center was dedicated by Bishop Robert Muench in April of 2006.
Students gather in the field house for a morning prayer
SMHS students working on projects in the IDEA Lab.
SMHS basketball team in their pre-game huddle
Students in the chemistry lab.
Football Practice Field
Senior Religion having class in the outside prayer meditation area.
The NHS Learning Lab offers free tutoring Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
The St. Michael Chapel