High achieving students represented Livonia High School at the annual District Literary Rally on the beautiful campus of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette on Saturday, February 18th. The students traveled to ULL and competed with other students to test their knowledge on an array of subject matter. The District Rally, which is the qualifying round in which students have the opportunity to demonstrate mastery, is the prerequisite for the State Rally. The District and State Rally tests are constructed by college and university personnel from rally host institutions across the state. The guidelines used in creating the tests were established by the Louisiana High School Rally Association and adapted from the Louisiana Department of Education Comprehensive Curriculum Guides (Grade-Level Expectations and Content Standards).
The administration and staff of Livonia High School commend the students for their participation at the academic showcase. Livonia High is committed to providing a safe learning environment where students achieve academic success and become productive contributors of a diverse community.