Live Oak High School’s band performs in numerous school events. They attend all regular season varsity football games, regular season district basketball games, all pep rallies, and the Annual 5K Run in September. In addition, they can be heard at the Live Oak High School Community Luncheon and the Live Oak High Band Kaleidoscope in December. They present the Live Oak Band Spring Concert in April and play at our school graduation in May.
The band will march in the Denham Springs Christmas Parade and the Denham Springs Mardi Gras Parade. The band members can be heard at the Marching Festival in October, Festival Disney in Panama City during April, Livingston Parish Band Festival in March, and LMEA District IV Large Ensemble Festival in March.
The Live Oak High School cheerleading team is being led by 7 amazing seniors this year, all of which plan to cheer in college. Nationals will be held soon, and the girls are all striving to go large and take home more wins for Live Oak. This will be their 6th national championship run.
Coached by Kate Allen and Maddi Guidry, Live Oak's competitive cheer team has consistently proven its might at the UCA Nationals competition. The Eagles were victorious in a triple crown at last year’s nationals, winning large varsity champs and 2 gameday championships. Cheer has been successful at the Houston Regionals, and now their sights are focused on preparing for Nationals.
The Live Oak High School Colorguard performs at football and basketball games as well as home Pep Rallies.
These amazing girls will compete in Festival Disney, as well as the Marching Auxiliary Regionals in March. They will also perform in Morgan City this season.
The team hosts events and activities with the Live Oak Middle School Colorguard, and plans to host a clinic in Spring.
The Live Oak High School Eaglettes show school spirit all the time. This spirited team will compete in a state competition at Southeastern Louisiana University in January. They will compete at Nationals in Disneyworld in February.
Promote a positive transition from middle school to high school
Foster awareness of the Arts and to help students develop an understanding and appreciation of artistic responses
Promote the ideals of character, service and leadership among students, to reward meritorious achievement and to encourage and assist students in continuing their education after high school
DramaTo provide students an outlet to showcase their creativity in acting and prop design
Bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development
See the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches (open to more than just athletes)
Promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education.
Develop the potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education
Teach students more about the importance of fishing.
Gain knowledge and life skills enabling them to become positive, productive, capable and compassionate members of their communities
Develop competent, capable and caring leaders through the vehicle of service
LibraryTo encourage reading and use of libraries
LEADD is a national organization that every highschool is now adopting. It stands for Live Oak Eagles Against Destructive Decisions. It is an education, prevention, and activism program led by student example. Club members stand together to promote healthy choices and avoid destructive decisions. For Red Ribbon Week the students sponsor a pep rally at the Live Oak Elementary School, have sidewalk chalk for the kids, and hand out prevention bracelets.
Respect Everyone And Create Harmony to create a one-on-one friendship with a student that has a disability (buddy) and forge a lasting bond that will enhance each others high school experience
Assist underclassmen who are at risk of not fulfilling their maximum educational potential through the help of upperclassmen mentors
Increase student appreciation and understanding of the Spanish culture and language and extend the conversational skills outside of the classroom
Act as a vehicle of communication between students, faculty, the community, and the administration of the school. The Council provides opportunities to develop and exhibit leadership qualities in the student body