Neville loves families! 

It takes more than a great school to educate children, and that's why parental involvement is important for your child's success.  At Neville High School, we encourage families to work together in the educational process to insure productivity takes place.  Some of the benefits of this relationship are:

  • Higher grades and test scores
  • Long term academic achievement
  • Positive attitudes and behavior
  • More successful programs
  • More effective schools
  • How can you get involved? 

    PTO - Parent/Teacher Organization

    The Neville PTO supports the school and volunteers for Open Houses, special assemblies, and in past years, our major project has been to coordinate Teacher Appreciation Week.  Please join the PTO to show your support for jobs well done on behalf of your student as we continue the tradition of excellence. Teacher/Staff Appreciation Week will be in the Spring.  If you have any questions please call Martha Anderson at 324-1894.

    NAFA - Neville Alumni & Friends Association

    "It is the mission of NAFA to provide supplemental funding for programs or projects, to enhance the quality of instructional delivery and student life, and to promote excellence in higher education at Neville High School."

    NAFA is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) organization with a Board of Directors.  Meetings are on the second Wednesday of the months of August - November and January - May.  Membership is open to all alumni and friends of Neville High School. Anyone interested in joining NAFA is encouraged to contact Dana Tucker Jefferson '66, Executive Director at 318-387-5700 or email

    NTAF - Neville Tiger Athletic Foundation

    NTAF supports all of the sports teams, support groups, and Lee Jr. High with the goal of keeping Neville Athletics on top.  We currently have about 185 members and are always looking to add more great Tiger fans!  Invest in the foundation at the individual, family, or corporate level.  Your contribution is tax-deductible.  Contact the school or send inquiries to Skip Portman,, or P. O. Box 2242, Monroe, LA 71207.

    Help Your Child With Projects

    The L.I.F.T. Center, located at 2009 Auburn Avenue, is a resource for parents and students while working on science projects, activities for home use, and projects for other subjects as well.  You can laminate, die cut, use the internet, create projects and learning activities using our materials absolutely free!  (Display boards are not available)

    Open Monday: 8 a.m. til 4:30 p.m.; Tuesday - Thursday: 8 a.m. til 6 p.m.; and Friday: 8 a.m. til 4 p.m. Some Saturdays available 9 a.m. til 1 p.m.  Call to confirm opening at 387-6511.

    Keep Track of Student Progress

    You can keep track of assignments, progress, and grades through the Parent Command Center. The website address is: 

    If you have questions in setting up the account, call 323-2237!