St Landry Parish Local News School Board

15 High School Seniors Graduate with Associates Degree from LSUE

It was a proud day Friday for St. Landry Parish School District high school students who graduated with their Associate’s Degree from LSUE on May 19th.

Through a partnership with LSU Eunice’s Dual Enrollment program and St. Landry Parish School Board, students completed 2 full semesters through the early college academy, earning their Associate’s Degree while still attending high school. Students from the following St. Landry Parish high schools earned their degrees from LSUE just one day prior to taking their steps across the stage at their high school graduation over the weekend.

Congratulations to these students for starting their next chapter many steps ahead of their peers! Magna Cum Laude candidates earned a cumulative GPA of 3.5-3.7. Summa Cum Laude candidates graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.8-4.0.

Beau Chene High
Olivia Wallace – Associate of Biological Sciences

Eunice High
Destiny Malbrough – Associate of Biological Sciences
Rylie Fontenot – Associate of General Studies, Summa Cum Laude

Northwest High
Alaiyha Guidry – Associate of General Studies, Magna Cum Laude
Cameron Beaugh – Associate of Applied Science in Management, Summa Cum Laude
Layla DePrimo – Associate of General Studies, Magna Cum Laude
Tasia Hayes – Associate of General Studies

Port Barre High

Allie Ledoux -Associate of Arts
Alysse Degueyter – Associate of General Studies
Averi Landry – Associate of Arts, Summa Cum Laude
Blake Savoie – Associates in Physical Science
Jacqueline McIver – pursing major in Criminal Justice
Joelton Vidos – Associate of Applied Science in Computer Information Technology
Laken Artigue- Associate of General Studies
Lenzie Buller – Associate of Science, Summa Cum Laude

Louisiana ranks 49th in the nation in terms of degree attainment. Through LSUE’s Early College Academy the aim is to increase the number of underrepresented, rural area students achieving a post-secondary degree in science guaranteed to transfer to any LSU institution or other Louisiana public university. LSUE has partnered with St. Landry Parish School Board since 2016 with their dual enrollment academy for high school students interested in science, medical or allied healthcare careers.