Academics

Three students receive award at LASC, hosted by Captain Shreve

February 7, 2018

Three student council members, Javin Bowman, Maddie Young, and Georgia Hilburn, received an award at this year’s Louisiana Association of Student Council Convention, also known as LASC.

Poetry Out Loud is open for registration

November 16, 2017

Nov. 30 is the registration deadline for Poetry Out Loud, a national recitation contest held every year where students memorize poems and recite them in order to compete for scholarships.

Student Council goes on the road

November 15, 2017

Members of Student Council attended the Southern Association of Student Councils Conference that was held Oct. 25-30 in Ocoee, Florida.

Students attend Education & Innovation Luncheon to highlight women in STEM

November 10, 2017

The Bossier Chamber of Commerce and Bossier Parish Community College hosted nine young ladies from Captain Shreve’s engineering magnet during their 2nd annual Education and Innovation Luncheon: Inspiring Women in STEM on Nov. 2 at the Hilton Garden Inn of Bossier.

Gators are giving blood

November 6, 2017

LifeShare Blood Center will hold a blood drive on Nov. 7 at Captain Shreve.

Mary Beth Tinker talks to Captain Shreve students

November 3, 2017

Mary Beth Tinker, of the 1969 Supreme Court case Tinker v. Des Moines, spoke to The Enterprise staff and Barbara Doughty’s first-period American history class on Oct. 4 in an online video chat.

PSAT to be administered Oct. 11

September 28, 2017

The PSAT, a preliminary SAT that measures math and evidence-based reading and writing skills, will be administered Oct. 11 at Captain Shreve.

Deadline for Close Up approaching

September 20, 2017

Close Up is a weeklong study from Jan. 28 through Feb. 2 in which students are able to see the workings and processes of the U.S. government through direct experience in the nation’s capital.

KGTR rolling for 15th year

September 12, 2017

With production already underway, the 2017-2018 KGTR team includes a larger cast of students and a new sponsor, liberal arts and world history teacher Greg Baswell.

New publication, Verdant, exhibits Shreve students’ writing

September 5, 2017

Published in May, Verdant is Captain Shreve’s new anthology of student writing.

Yearbook staff seeks new publisher and new start

August 30, 2017

After facing criticism for several problems with the most recent volume of The Log, the yearbook staff is fighting to turn their reputation around this year by switching to a different publisher, called Jostens.

August 30, 2017

Some students say junior year is the most difficult year of high school, but to others senior year is really the time to buckle down and prepare for life after Shreve.

August 30, 2017

Approximately 475 freshmen are enrolled at Captain Shreve for the 2017-2018 school year, a notable increase from previous years.

Counselors and students give advice to freshmen

August 30, 2017

As freshmen begin their high school journey, they will face a lot of new challenges, but there are people on campus who are willing to give life-saving advice to make the transition easier.