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Athletics

A wide variety of competitive sports is provided for HSM students. Such activities are designed to help the student develop his/her talents and interests and learn how to live, work, and share cooperatively with others.

Student activities not only add to the enjoyment of school life, but also permit the student to develop broader insights and experiences in cultural, political, social, and athletic areas.

HSM has an outstanding history of excellence in all sports, having achieved district, regional and state championships in baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, softball, track and tennis. Students are invited to consult with sponsors and coaches to express an interest in taking part in any of the school organizations or Louisiana District 3-2A interscholastic athletics. See the drop-down menu to the left for the full list of sports offered at Holy Savior Menard.

For Parents Who Take Pictures at Sports Events

Each year, the staff of The Talon, HSM's yearbook, works to compile a comprehensive yearbook of all areas of Holy Savior Menard. If any parent(s) would like to donate pictures from any HSM sports event, high school or junior high, please contact Cindy Campbell, the yearbook advisor, at ccampbell@holysaviormenard.com. Pictures can be sent via email or jump drive.

Lettering in Athletics

A student athlete is eligible to receive a letter jacket after the student has participated in a varsity sport for at least one year at the high school level. Letters earned by junior high students on the varsity level will be awarded for the student's jacket after the student has completed one year of high school. Coaches determine when a student has lettered.  The school issues only one letter jacket during the athlete's time at Holy Savior Menard.
A student who transfers from another school must be enrolled for one year before he/she becomes eligible to receive a letter jacket. If a student transfers from Holy Savior Menard to another school in central Louisiana area before his/her letter jacket is awarded, he/she will not receive the jacket.  The school awards a letter to any athlete who completes a season and meets the lettering participation requirements of the sport.  If, in the judgement of the head coach, a student has made a significant contribution to the program during the season, that student may receive a letter.