Keep Ascension Beautiful with Lt. Governor Nungesser

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Charlotte Henagan with her mom at ACE.

When Charlotte Henagan, now 7th Grade, was in 5th grade at Ascension Christian Elementary, she worked to begin a recycling program for paper the ACE campus. Because of her example, Keep Ascension Beautiful asked Charlotte to be in a commercial with the Lt. Governor of Louisiana to promote recycling in our parish. See the video below!

2020 HOBY Representatives

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The Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership is an organization dedicated to “training and nurturing the young leaders of tomorrow.” Raisha Kelly and Jacob Etter were selected this year to represent Ascension Christian High School at HOBY this summer. They each went through an interview process and were picked from a handful of their peers, each showing excellent leadership qualities. Lion Nation New (LNN) asked them to describe that process Jacob answered, “thrilling,” and Raisha said, “complex.” LNN then asked them what they thought makes them a good representative for HOBY. Jacob felt that he thought he displayed the definition of leadership both on and off campus. Raisha said she is able to speak her mind and can speak out in representation of our school. They both expressed their excitement about meeting new people who share an interest in leadership.

Raisha Kelly and Jacob Etter, Sophomores @ ACH

Final Details! POWDERPUFF 2019

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As the Thanksgiving break slowly approaches, we want to end the week with a bang.  How about some football!? Friday, November 22, 2019, ACH hosts the 2019 Powder Puff game.
A friendly reminder:

  • bring money for the bake sale and concessions 
  • bring a bag for candy prizes
  • Seniors who check out need to be back at school by 1:15 and check into the office
  • wear your powder puff shirt to school with regular uniform pants following school guidelines; you can change after lunch if you are participating in the powder puff games
  • IF NO POWDER PUFF SHIRT, regular Friday dress code applies


Student Leadership Council & NHS

Disney Plus, LNN Weighs In

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Disney Plus, $6.99 for childhood nostalgia. And it’s worth it.

The LNN staff reviewed and even sampled some of the shows and movies on the new Disney Plus. There are many Disney Channel and personal childhood favorites, such as Hannah Montana, and Kim Possible that are now one click away! Disney Plus created their own originals that release an episode each week, such as the new High School Musical: The Series and The Mandalorian. There are also a plethora of nostalgic movies available. From Chicken Little to the original Cinderella, there is a great variety of movies that will bring back those special memories. 

As far as navigation and the interface, it is set up like Netflix, including the family profiles and user-friendliness. It is also organized by different production studios like Marvel, Discovery Education, National Geographic, Pixar, and others.

LNN sent a survey to Mrs. Britton’s Computational Thinking class and asked what they were most excited for from Disney Plus. While many mentioned the new Star Wars series The Mandalorian, an overwhelming number of students admitted they were really excited to binge watch Hannah Montanta, a childhood nostalgic trip for sure! Despite Luke O. admitting, “What is Disney Plus?”, Alexis T. said she is excited for Kim Possible and movies like Captain Marvel and Frozen. Gabby L. unabashedly shared that she was really excited for the Camp Rock and High School Musical movies. 

Senior, Aidan L., does have his speculations though, wondering:“Is it possible that Disney Plus could be the Netflix killer that everyone has been waiting on?” The staff at LNN believe that for this holiday season, it certainly seems so.

What’s your favorite show or movie on Disney Plus? Leave a comment below.

2019 Lion Cup

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Many sports teams fundraise by selling chocolate, having bake sales, and even selling discount cards. For the past few years, ACH soccer has fundraised for their program by hosting the Lion Cup. For the past two years, the Lion Cup has been the second largest High School Soccer Tournament in the state of Louisiana! 

This year, the Lions will be hosting over 40+ teams at the Lamar Dixon Expo Center for its tournament. The Lion Cup will take place December 6th-7th. 

Each year, the tournament only grows bigger and bigger! Many fans come out to support their team and to enjoy a good game of soccer. 

Many of the players would agree that the Lion Cup is the most highly anticipated event of the entire season. Everyone who attends enters a fun and competitive atmosphere for all ages to enjoy! 

Please come out December 6th-7th and show your support for the ACH soccer program!