St. Charles Catholic celebrates Homecoming 2021

Published 12:00 am Wednesday, October 20, 2021

LAPLACE — St. Charles Catholic High School’s homecoming court is always made up of 13 young ladies from eighth to 12th grade. The ladies are voted on by their classmates, and the court is presented before the game and again at half-time on Friday, October 22.

The SCC Homecoming Dance will follow on Saturday, October 23, and is sponsored by the SCC Student Council who also sponsors the Homecoming Spirit Week activities. This year’s court members are (in grade and alphabetical order) Avabella Paz, Nyri Savoie, Katherine Chapman, Gabrielle Oubre, Krissten Ellsworth, Haley Scioneaux, Torie Joseph, Sydney Remondet, Makayla Chaney, Amari Coleman, Chloe Genovese, Emma Schumert, Chardae Victorian and Imani Wilson. The 2021 Homecoming Queen will be announced on Monica Field during halftime of the game.


SCC Reunion of the 2011 Football Champions


SCC will have an alumni tent at the homecoming Game versus Cohen Prep where all alumni are invited to come and enjoy good food, football, fun and fellowship. Under that tent will be a special commemoration to the 2011 Football Championship where members of the team can pick up a gift as they arrive. In addition, the 2011 Football Champions will be recognized after the game in a special presentation on Monica Field.


SCC Homecoming Alumni Cook-off


The St. Charles Catholic High School’s Alumni Association is pleased to announce the return of the annual Alumni Cook-off .The head chef must be an SCC alumni, and contestants must supply their own ingredients or secure a sponsor to pay for the ingredients. The contestants will also supply all of their own cooking and serving utensils.


Food may be cooked offsite but should be cooked on Friday, October 22.  All entries must be complete, delivered to St. Charles Catholic, and ready to be served by 5 p.m.  Chefs wishing to cook on SCC grounds are welcome to do so but no one will be allowed to begin cooking before 9 a.m. Cooking booths will be selected on a first come, first served basis.


Each contestant will be assigned a contestant’s number by the chief scorekeeper and be given containers in which their entry will be collected in time for the official judging. Each contestant should make certain that the number on the bottom of the container is the same as their contestant’s number assigned to them by the scorekeeper.


A prestigious group of judges will judge all entries. After samples to be judged have been collected, an announcement will be made to start serving the public at approximately 5:15 p.m.  Contestants or their designees must serve their dish until 7 p.m. or until their pot is empty. A first place chef’s paddle decorated by SCC’s art class will be awarded.


For more information, or to sign up, please visit or email Carly Flynn at