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Lakeview High School

William Hymes

Message from Principal

The school year is an amazing year for us at Lakeview Junior Senior High School. It is my honor and pleasure to serve as Principal at a school that we all love so much. This year we have enjoyed the recognition that comes with earning the status of raising our letter grade to B. We are very proud to be a school where each student can create a personal path of academic achievement. We are a school where each student can feel comfortable to show forth the best of themselves. It's an amazing feeling to look forward to come to a place each morning where I know that students are treated fairly and teachers have the student's best interest in mind.

We strongly depend on families and our community to continue to strengthen our school. The relationship we have with our community makes a great foundation for our students to enter the world after high school. I am truly thankful for the incredible connection between our school and community.

The faculty and staff of Lakeview Junior Senior High School works very hard to build an environment which is conducive for learning for the students on our campus. Our faculty and staff truly believe that our students can succeed. Our academic philosophy is embedded in high expectations for all students. We believe that each student has the ability to graduate from high school with a diploma and certifications. Our teachers faculty and staff work tirelessly to bring this vision to pass. We have faith that every student can graduate prepared for college and or career. Lakeview Junior Senior High School has truly remarkable students who can do anything in life they choose to do.

We are delighted about the educational opportunities that we offer our students. At Lakeview Junior Senior High School our students embrace these opportunities. They leave our school truly prepared for success in life. I am proud of the culture of learning and high expectations for students that we have created here at Lakeview Junior Senior High School. I am also proud to be Principal here in the company of such wonderful students and teachers. I am humbled and grateful to have this opportunity to serve as Principal of Lakeview Junior Senior High School.

William Hymes
Lakeview Junior Senior High School


Preparing students for college and career readiness.



Lakeview High School will prepare all students for college and life by providing a challenging curriculum, which connects student’s lives and their future in a safe, supportive and nurturing environment.

In order to make up for missing instructional minutes, Lakeview High School will be using the Monday after Easter break, April 5th, as a virtual learning day.

  • April 5, 2021: Virtual Learning Day


CLTCC National Signing Day

Central Louisiana Technical Community College in conjunction with NC3 is hosting its 2021 National College Signing Day virtual event to celebrate our graduating seniors making the commitment to continue their education after high school and pursue a high-wage, high-demand, high-skilled career pathway. We need your help to make this day special by having the 2021 graduating seniors who are pursuing careers in Manufacturing, CNC, Welding, Electrical, HVAC, etc., submit the CLTCC Signing Day Application on/or before the deadline of March 31, 2021.

Once selected, and prior to the celebration date, students will submit a short video featuring the signing of their letter of intent with family members and friends. CLTCC can also come to the high school to shoot the video with the CLTCC Manufacturing backdrop upon request.

CLTCC will broadcast Virtual Signing Day on April 15, 2021 from 9am - 10am and provide all participants and their schools a link to the virtual event via CLTCC website.

The contact for any questions or concerns is Mr. Aston Parker, CLTCC Director of Manufacturing (astonparker@cltcc.edu / (318) 487-5443 ext. 1123) or Karen Layton, CLTCC Workforce Coordinator (karenlayton@cltcc.edu / (318) 487-5443 ext. 1936).

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, INC. Scholarship

The Natchitoches Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is offering a scholarship to graduating high school students. Applications must be completed in entirety in order to be considered and are due by April 19, 2021.

Huey Woodson Memorial Scholarship 

The Huey P. Woodson, II Memorial Scholarship Committee is awarding a scholarship to a graduating senior of Natchitoches Parish this spring. All applicants must have plans to attend a 4 year accredited college or university in America. 

Applications are due by April 30, 2021.

Krewe of Excellence

The Krewe of Excellence (KOE) is a 510(c)3 non-profit organization, created to serve as a merriment and service entity in Natchitoches Parish, helping to enhance social growth.

In 2021, KOE will award two scholarships to promising students in the amount of $600 each to aide in furthering their education. Students who have demonstrated excellence in academic potential and leadership in the local community are encouraged to apply!

Applications are due by April 9, 2021.

Louisiana Sheriffs' Scholarship

The Louisiana Sheriffs' Honorary Membership Program will award sixty-four scholarships of a maximum of $500 each. This effort is a meaningful expression of the Program's confidence in, and respect for, education and training.

The goal of the Program is to provide assistance worthy Louisiana students in furthering their education and training with resources made available through the Honorary Membership Program. The Sheriffs of Louisiana consider this scholarship program an investment in the future and believe this will provide for better communication with the residents of the communities served.

Scholarships will be given to graduating high school students from each parish where the Sheriff is an affiliate of the Honorary Membership Program.

Applications are due by April 1, 2021.

Military Officers Association of America

The Military Officers Association of America is offering a Chapter Academic and Leadership Scholarship. All applications are due no later than April 15, 2021.

Natchitoches Community Improvement Foundation Scholarship

The scholarship will be awarded based on a comprehensive and quality application with supporting document. In addition, awards will be based on the evaluation criteria. High school grades will be considered but are not the only basis for selection.

Scholarships awarded for $500.00 per semester (for two semesters). The student will receive the award directly from the scholarship committee. Scholarship recipients will be notified by mail. Scholarship applications are due by April 5, 2021.

Northwestern State University Lions Club Scholarship

The Northwestern State University Lions Club is offering a scholarship to high school seniors!

Scholarship applications are due by April 1, 2021.


strong start

Lakeview High is ready to welcome back our students for the 2020-2021 school year. Our primary goal of this year is to ensure the safety of all students, faculty and staff. We have been hard at work to ensure our students and faculty have a strong start to this school year. Our school level Strong Start Plan outlines protective measures that will be taken throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Please check out our Strong Start plan for more information on everything to expect for the 2020-2021 school year.

Please refer to these resources for more information about the plans the Natchitoches Parish School Board has implemented to ensure a successful Strong Start for the 2020-2021 school year!

Administrative Staff

William Hymes
Kathy Canerday
Assistant Principal
Fannie Holden
Discipline Coordinator
Linda Davidson
Michelle Winslow
Germaine Metoyer Wynn
Guidance Counselor



7305 LA-9
71411 LA
United States

Phone: 318-476-3360

31.9227849, -93.0870557