Chloe Jorns is described as a quiet leader and an exemplary student
Letter from the Principal
Welcome to Chalmette High School. Home of the Owls and the 2022 Louisiana Teacher of the Year. I hope your summer was enjoyable and that you were able to remain safe and well.
As we enter into the 2021-2022 school year, once again, times are uncertain. However, one certainty remains: We are going to make the most of our time together this year, united as a community. It is going to take all of us being kind, caring, and flexible. For our returning upperclassmen, we encourage you to continue to be the good students you are. For our incoming freshmen, we are so excited to welcome you to the Chalmette High School family and know that you will adapt quickly to high school life.
We're excited to welcome you back to on-campus learning this year. As many of you are aware, the Governor made a formal recommendation strongly encouraging facial coverings. We ask our students and staff to monitor their health and stay home when sick.
Our Return to School Guidance has been updated. You can access our 2021-2022 Return to School Guidance by visiting the district's website.
Let us all return to our new normal and work toward making this a special year academically, athletically, and artistically. We have all learned many lessons over the past year. Please do your part every day to ensure that everyone has a good day at CHS. I encourage you to make the most of this year. Enjoy it. Make friends. Remember it. Your high school years go by quickly.
And please remember - The Choices You Make Today Shape Your World Tomorrow.