2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR


Due to on-campus construction, we are requiring all fees (REGISTRATION, PARKING, AND YEARBOOK FEES) to be paid online this year. You may access the Online School Payment System by clicking on the link below. Any returning student that pays online does not have to attend registration.


Registration Fee=$45.00

Regular Parking=$15.00

Reserved Parking=$50.00 (limited amount of spaces)

Yearbook Fee=$50.00

*Any registration fees not paid will be reflected in Student Progress Center and students will not be allowed to purchase tickets to any school event until the fee has been paid in full.*


Only students who are "new to Barbe" and were not a previous student in the Calcasieu Parish School System will need to contact our Child Welfare and Attendance Office at (337) 217-4230 to possibly secure a permit. Once the permit has been obtained, students will need to attend Barbe's registration and report to the location on campus listed below on the following days:


Monday, August 2nd 8:30-10:30 am in the FRONT OFFICE


Monday, August 2nd 1:00-3:00 pm in the FRONT OFFICE


Tuesday, August 3rd 8:30-10:30 am in the BOYS GYM (Park behind school and enter gym from north side)

FRESHMEN (Last names A-L)

Tuesday, August 3rd 1:00-3:00 pm in the BOYS GYM (Park behind school and enter gym from north side)

FRESHMEN (Last names M-Z)

Wednesday, August 4th 8:30-10:30 am in the BOYS GYM (Park behind school and enter gym from north side)


Wednesday, August 4th 1:00-3:00 in the BOYS GYM (Park behind school and enter gym from north side)

***Any "new to Barbe" student that doesn't attend registration on one of the above days will have to register on the first day of school and possibly wait in long lines.


The 21-22 school approved daily uniform shirts can only be ordered through Outfitters Ink. These shirts are OPTIONAL and the polo style shirts approved by the school board are still allowed as part of the approved dress code. We will no longer be selling any daily uniform shirts on Barbe's campus. Any shirts ordered by July 10th are guaranteed for you to have them by the time school starts. Any Barbe shirts other than the approved Monday-Thursday shirts can only be worn on Fridays which are spirit shirt days. The link to purchase these shirts is provided below.


All homerooms will be posted on the glass outside of the front office beginning Monday, August 9th. Students will be able to find out who their homeroom teacher will be and there will be a map of the school posted for students to take a picture of to assist them when walking on campus on the first day of school. If any Freshmen or Sophomores who were virtual all last school year are interested in a school tour, please see the tour schedule below.


Student Council members will be giving school tours to any incoming Freshmen or Sophomore who was a year-long virtual student last year and may be unfamiliar with the Barbe campus. The tours will be given every 30 minutes on the following dates and times:

Tuesday, August 3rd (AM Tours)

8:30, 9:00, 9:30, and 10:00

Tuesday, August 3rd (PM Tours)

1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30

Wednesday, August 4th (AM Tours)

8:30, 9:00, 9:30, and 10:00

Wednesday, August 4th (PM Tours)

1:00, 1:30, 2:00, 2:30

*These tours may be subject to change if construction issues arise.*


All students will be able to view their schedules in Student Progress Center beginning the week of August 2nd. NO PAPER SCHEDULES WILL BE GIVEN BEFORE THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. Students will receive a paper copy of their schedule in homeroom on the first day of school. No schedule corrections will be done until after school starts. Schedule changes are only granted on a case-by-case basis. If there is a problem with a student's schedule, the student will notify their counselor of the needed correction by scanning a QR code with their phone to let their counselor know what the problem is that needs to be addressed. Students will follow the schedules they are given until the schedule change can be made. **Student schedules will not be changed for a different teacher request or a different lunch request.**




1. If my student attended a “feeder school” and was in the Calcasieu Parish school system last school year, what do I have to do to register my student at Barbe?

-You do not have to do anything other than pay your fees online. Your student will automatically roll up to Barbe if they are an in-zone student that attended a feeder school, such as SJ Welsh, last school year.

2. How do I know if I am in-zone or out-of-zone?

-Go to, hover over the “Parents/Students” option at the top and select “School Zones” under the “General” box on the left-hand side of the page. You will need to enter your address and the map will show you what schools you are zoned for. If you are unsure, please contact Child Welfare and Attendance to get clarification. They can be reached at (337) 217-4230.

3. If my child attended a private school and wants to attend Barbe next school year, what do I need to do?

-You will need to contact Child Welfare and Attendance at (337) 217-4230 to obtain a permit to register and get your student entered into the Calcasieu Parish School system. Barbe cannot register your student until that has been completed.

4. If my student was a student at Barbe last school year and I pay all my fees online for the 21-22 school year, do I still have to attend registration?

-No, you will not need to attend registration. Barbe will not have a face-to-face registration for any returning students. We will only have a registration for those students that are new to Barbe.


5. If I purchase a parking tag, when will my student receive it?

-Once school starts, Mrs. Pousson in the front office will begin calling students down to give out parking tags and have students fill out the year, make, model, and license plate number of their vehicle. All students who park on campus are required to have a parking tag and are only allowed to park in the student parking lot across the street from campus.

6. Where are the general parking spaces?

-Any parking space that is NOT NUMBERED is a general parking space. Reserved spaces are those that are numbered in white paint and are located near the crosswalk between the baseball field and McNeese Street.


7. Can students wear jeans or leggings to school?

-No, jeans and leggings are not allowed. Only navy or khaki shorts, skirts, or pants are allowed. Shorts or skirts should be no shorter than 2 inches above the knee. The principal may designate certain days as blue jean days as a reward. If a student chooses to wear jeans or leggings to school on a day other than an approved day, they will be required to call home to get the appropriate uniform clothing and/or they may receive disciplinary consequences.

8. Will students have to wear masks for the 21-22 school year?

-They are not required to wear them but may wear them on a voluntary basis.

9. How do I order the daily approved uniform shirt(s)?

-The link to order shirts is These shirts are OPTIONAL and the solid color collared button up shirts are still allowed. Any shirt ordered by July 10th is guaranteed to be delivered prior to the start of school. Any shirts ordered after that time may not be available until after school starts. No daily approved uniform shirts will be sold on Barbe’s campus anymore.


10. When is the first day of school?

-The first day for students is Friday, August 13th.

11. What time does school start this year?

-The first bell will ring at 7:43. Students will be considered tardy after 7:48. The bell to dismiss school for the day is at 3:10.

12. Where does my student report on the first day of school as soon as the bell rings?

-All students will report to homeroom. The homeroom lists will be posted all around campus for students to see. We will also post this homeroom list on the front glass near the office on Monday, August 9th along with a map of the school to assist students.

13. What school supplies does my student need to bring to school on the first day?

-Students should bring pen/pencil, a small notebook or loose-leaf paper, and a folder. Many teachers will ask students to write down important information and they will be handing out quite a bit of paperwork for students to take home.

14. How will my student know where to go if they are lost on campus?

-Student council members, teachers, and administrators will be walking around campus all day and in between classes to assist students with finding their classes. Students may also take a picture of the school map on their cell phone to assist them with finding their way around campus.

15. How will my student know who their counselor or administrator will be?

-9th grade Counselor: Mr. Shane Moras (

-9th grade administrators: Ms. Anne Reeves ( & Mr. Jerome Goodly (

-10th grade Counselor: Mrs. Larene Andrews (

-10th grade administrator: Mr. Jeff Sanders (

-11th grade Counselor: Mrs. Theresa Ledoux (

-11th grade administrator: Ms. Amy Palmer (

-12th grade Counselor: Mrs. Crystal Caldwell (

-12th grade administrator: Mr. Terry Leger (

-Principal: Mr. Patrick Fontenot (