Graduates of 2020 PPHS


Wilson Dakota Whittington

"Big Red"



William “Brady” Smith

"Congratulations Brady!! Your senior year may have not been what you expected, but know we love you and you have a great future!! Love you, Mom, Dad , & Tanner"



Kristen Leigh Ardoin

" proud of you!"



Lauryn Elizabeth Bordelon



Olivia Denee Granger

"Very proud of you!!!"



Kody Chase Crawford

"We're proud of senior!"



Linsey Danae Ardoin

"Just living life as it is meant to be lived, with a smile!"



Davis Scott Deshotel

"Congratulations, Davis! Love, Mom, Dad, and Adam"



William Scott Chapelle

"Congratulations, Will!  We are so proud of you."



Kaylee Anne Ramsey




Lillian Isabella Bourque



Jonah Micheal Nugent

"Congratulations Jonah! We are so proud of you!!  Love, Mom & Dad"



Charli Savannah Stuttle



Lindsey Erin Meylian

"Your entire family has never been more proud of you! You are off to do great things in this world! We love you! Love, Mom, dad, Mrs. Kelly, Sara, Marley, Jax, Grammy, Mama, and Papa"




Chamberlin Dez Phillips



Kayra Alexis Fontenot

"Kayra Fontenot is the daughter of Leah Johnson and Cecil Fontenot. She will be attending Nicholls State University in the Fall, majoring in Culinary Arts."



Jace Seth Vidrine

"Congratulations Jace, We are proud of you, Love Mom & Dad"



Kailey Brianne Soileau

"Congratulations Kailey!! We are so proud of you!! Love Mom, Kimberlyn, Logan, Korey, Jett and Britton"



Blake Menier



Selena Gauthier

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