Our Mission Statement: The staff of False River Academy is devoted to providing all student curricular experiences that are academically challenging and personally enriching, thereby enabling students to continue in their personal growth and self-improvement.

Student Goal Setting Tips for Parents

The middle of the school year is a great time for families to check in with students on goals. Setting academic and personal goals helps motivate, energize, and focus students, and it is a valuable skill that will benefit learners throughout their lives. Parents can help students set and achieve these goals. Check out this article to learn tips on how to set goals for your child.

4-H Cookery Contest

4-H Cookery Contest FRA Winners Nov 2015The Pointe Coupee parish 4-H cookery contest was held on November 24th with False River Academy students placing 1st in five events. Sarah Moore, Lexie LeBeau, and Ali Langlois will compete at the District Cookery Competition in Alexandria. Also pictured are Lexi Sellers and Kayla Dauthier, Junior Leaders assisting in the competition.


Big Things are Growing in FRA’s Elementary Garden

3rd CabbagesEvery fall, the third grade class participates in the Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program. The Bonnie Plants Company donates over one million cabbages annually to third grade classrooms across the nation. Some of the cabbages are planted in the FRA elementary garden (along with other winter crops such as lettuce and broccoli), and the remaining cabbage plants are sent home with the third grade students.  The students then have the option to enter their personal cabbage plant in a nationwide contest. The grower of the prize-winning cabbage from each state is awarded a $1,000 scholarship. In addition to the enjoyment that comes from growing their own food, the students ben...

4-H Beef Poster Participants

4HBeef Pstr ContestThese participant posters competed at the parish, district and state levels. Left to right:  Sarah Moore awarded Blue Ribbon Division II and Ali Langlois awarded Blue Ribbon Division I.

4-H "Cup It" Activity

4-H CupsOn Wednesday, November 4, the 7th and 8th grade 4-H club of FRA held a "Cup It" sign activity. The members used plastic cups to create a sign within the fence located in front of the school. The red, yellow, and green cups were situated so that the sign reads "FRA loves 4-H". The sign stands as a reminder that 4-H is an important part of the FRA student body and the community. Thank you to all members who participated in creating this beautiful cup sign representing our club.

Elementary Students Enjoy ‘Stranger Danger’ Presentation

Stranger DangerOn Wednesday, November 4th, students in kindergarten through fourth grade at False River Academy were excited to be part of the 'Stranger Danger' program. The presentation was given by D.A.R.E. Officer Rene Thibodeaux from the Pointe Coupee Sheriff's Department. The students were able to engage in lessons and discussion highlighting the importance of staying safe in public places and what habits kids can practice on a daily basis to help keep themselves out of harm's way. The elementary students and faculty at FRA would like to extend a huge "thank you" to Officer Thibodeaux and the Sheriff's Department for their time, dedication, and service to our school and ou...

FRA Homecoming Court

HomecomingFRA announced its 2015 Homecoming Court at halftime of the Westminister football game. Following the presentation of the court, Dr. Melanie Ezell, FRA administrator, accompanied by Miss Jaimie Knight, the 2014 Homecoming Queen, crowned the 2015 FRA Homecoming Queen. L-R: Amber LaBorde, Morgan Boudreaux, Brene David, Tristyn Dunham, Megan Miller, Payton Smith, Emily Torres, Kamryn Dunham, Alexis Bertinot, Gabrielle Beard, and Olivia LeBlanc. Congratulations to Miss Emily Torres, 2015 FRA Homecoming Queen

The FRA Homecoming Court and Homecoming Committee would like to give a special thanks to The Myrtles Plantation in St. Francisville for the use of the house and gro...

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