Acadiana High School

Acadiana High School

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Acadiana High School is located in Lafayette, Louisiana.

Acadiana High School opened in 1969 following the consolidation of Judice High School, located in Judice Community, and Scott High School, located in Scott.

Donald Aguillard, a former assistant principal at Acadiana High, was among those parties who challenged the Louisiana Balanced Treatment Act regarding evolution and creation science, a measure authored by then State Senator Bill P. Keith of Shreveport, and signed into law by Governor David C. Treen. The law was invalidated by the United States Supreme Court in 1987 in the case named for Aguillard, Edwards v. Aguillard. As an original plaintiff, Aguillard became the defendant on appeal.

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In the 1996-1997 soccer season, Acadiana High won its first ever Class 5A State Championship game beating Jesuit. They carried the title over for the '98 season by beating their hometown rival Lafayette High in the finals, reigning for two consecutive years as State Champs. They returned to the State Finals for a third consecutive year in 1999 but lost to Jesuit 3-0.


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