Holy Savior Menard Central High School is firmly committed to fostering the holistic development of each individual as an image of God by:
Holy Savior Menard Central High School, located in Alexandria, Louisiana, is a Catholic co-educational high school, grades seven through twelve. The school’s philosophy is founded in the teachings and example of Jesus, particularly as depicted in the parable of the Good Shepherd (John 10: 1-21). Inspired by our Lord’s love and concern for each individual as truly unique and special, we strive to provide an environment that affords a quality education supporting each student’s spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, and aesthetic development. We seek an environment in which each student can acquire a sense of responsibility to God, to creation, to community, to family, and to self.
Since 1892, Holy Savior Menard Central High School has sought to provide a quality education for all students. The school’s purpose is to develop an educational climate that fosters Christian values, as well as the democratic principles of freedom, equality, and respect.
The curriculum and environment at Holy Savior Menard are designed for the development of the whole person and vigorously encourage academic excellence. The curriculum of Holy Savior Menard promotes the traditional qualities of a Catholic education: high academic standards, discipline, personal and community development, and commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ.
We believe that human dignity of people and respect for self and others are based on the love of God.
We believe a safe and physically comfortable environment promotes student learning.
We believe that student learning is the chief priority of the school.
We believe that a student’s self-esteem is enhanced by positive relationships and mutual respect among and between student and staff.
We believe that students learn best when they are actively engaged in the learning process.