• Student of the Month: Vivian Fontenot

    Student of the Month: Vivian Fontenot

    Madison Louviere, Staff Writer

    March 22, 2016

    Every month the Acts of Random Kindness (ARK) club asks the students and the faculty to send in their nominations of the student they think best represents our school motto-"gentle, generous, truthful, kind, and brave". For the month of February, one of the students selected was Vivian Fontenot. Vivian is... READ MORE »»

  • AAA


    Cameryn Simon, Staff Writer

    March 9, 2016

    As many of you know, most people have a AAA class period which stands for academic assistance for athletes not the American Automobile Association as many know AAA to be. This class period is used to allow students to get more homework and classwork done during the school day. It has come to my attention... READ MORE »»


  • Finding the Target

    Finding the Target

    Vivian Fontenot, Staff Writer

    March 8, 2016

    The idea of the Sadie Hawkins comes from the Li'l Abner comic strip produced in the 1930's that focuses on single women getting the chance to literally chase the men they desire instead of having to wait on a man. When a woman would at last catch the man she ever so desired she would have the chance... READ MORE »»

  • Junior Trip 2016

    Junior Trip 2016

    Emily Cormier, Staff Writer

    March 8, 2016

    Every year, the junior class goes on a college tour all over the South to visit different colleges. This year, we went to Spring Hill, Auburn University, University of Mississippi, Mississippi State, Rhodes College, Millsaps College, Loyola University and Tulane University. Before we actually got to... READ MORE »»

  • Mardi Gras 2k16

    Mardi Gras 2k16

    Elayna Diaz, Staff Writer

    March 8, 2016

    Leave it to Louisiana to give kids statewide a week off of school, dedicated solely to parades, partying, and other traditional Mardi Gras festivities. One thing that people particularly enjoy being a part of is the Mardi Gras balls. Many people here at Ascension are involved in the balls and have been... READ MORE »»

Games of Acadiana

Games of Acadiana

Anna-Cayton Womble, Staff Writer

On August 25, 2001, the first Games of Acadiana was held at the Cajundome. The Games of Acadiana was created by the friends and family...  Read More »

Mar 1



Hannah Robideaux, Staff Writer

On Friday, March 27th, a bird (later named Atlas) flew into one of the windows of the SMP music room. Some of the students from...  Read More »

Apr 23

Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football Game: Help Fight The Alzheimer’s Disease

Blondes vs. Brunettes Flag Football Game: Help Fight The Alzheimer’s Disease

Veronica Droulia, Co-editor in Chief

On Saturday, March 14, 2015, the Alzheimer's Association is hosting the Blondes vs. Brunettes flag football game at the SMP gym. The...  Read More »

Mar 2

AES Hosts First Debate Tournament

AES Hosts First Debate Tournament

Tyler Malbreaux, Staff Writer

This past Saturday, Ascension held its first annual debate tournament at the SMP campus. Competing schools from Alexandria and Natchitoches,...  Read More »

Feb 25

Students Compete to Make Change

Students Compete to Make Change

Leighton Lazaro, Staff Writer

With the end of the third quarter approaching fast, students will do whatever they can to get their grades where they need it to be....  Read More »

Feb 25

What’s Up with the Peace Club?

What’s Up with the Peace Club?

Victoria Barczyk, Co-Editor in Chief

This year, many new clubs have come onto the scene at the SMP campus. The Chess Club, French National Honor Society, English National...  Read More »

Dec 12

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Sadie Hawkin’s Contest

Tyler Malbreaux, Co Editor in Chief

So in case anyone forgot, remember these important tips for asking a guy to Sadie's: Step 1: Find the Target- "You can’t just jump into the deep end and expect to fl...  Read More »

February 18, 2016

Fairytales Really Need To Be Updated- Shrek the Musical!

November 18, 2015

The 7th grade musical is one of the great traditions of Ascension. In the past, the 7th grade students have put on wonderful shows such as Guys and Dolls, High School Musical, Seussical, and My Son Pinocchio. And th...  Read More »

2nd Place-Halloween Story Contest: “The Tunnel to Hell” by Cate Stevens

November 5, 2015

In 1985, the Hudson family was having their annual picnic in the woods on Mount Apollyon along the trail. Children were laughing while playing...  Read More »

3rd Place-Halloween Story Contest: “Through the Window” by Jillian Verzwyvelt

November 5, 2015

He keeps disappearing at night. My brother, Tom. Mother and Father don't believe me when I tell them what I hear and what I see. They say that...  Read More »

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Zack and Isabel — Relationship Goals

Elizabeth Lee, Staff Writer

High school relationships can be hard no matter what. We took a look into our longest lasting couple here at Ascension Episcopal School — Zack Ronquillo and Isabel Hinds....  Read More »

March 3, 2016

AAA: Help Starving Kids

December 11, 2015

As many of you know, we have a limited amount of time for lunch. It has come to my attention that most of the seniors are upset because one of...  Read More »

The Hardest Things in (High School) Life

April 24, 2015

High school can be the best four years of your life, or they can be the worst four years. Some people seem to "peak" during these four years,...  Read More »

10 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known Before My Senior Year

April 22, 2015

What's that? Wait, what? I'm graduating in less than a month from now? Graduation. That's a scary word. In less than 30 days from now, the...  Read More »

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