The Association of St. Augustine High School Alumni - DFW 

  Saints Season-Long Football Pool  


Under the Lordship of Jesus Christ, St. Augustine High School is the training ground for leadership through academic excellence, moral values, Christian responsibility and reasonable, consistent discipline.  

Please join the Association of St. Augustine Alumni - DFW Chapter in participating in our Annual Scholarship Fundraiser.  Proceeds from this Scholarship Fundraiser support students attending St. Augustine High School. 

Please register for the 2020 New Orleans Saints Season-Long Football Pool.  See details below:

Cost: $100/Square
Games: 16 - New Orleans Saints Schedule
Payout:  $100/Quarter Each Game - Overtime not Included

Please indicate in the remarks section the square number you would like (1-100) and we will accommodate those requests on a first come, first serve basis.  We will provide the game grids to everyone by September 9th for the entire 16 game season. 

Thanks for Your Participation,
Association of St. Augustine Alumni - DFW Chapter

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St. Augustine High School was founded in 1951 by the Society of St, Joseph of the Sacred Heart (The Josephite Fathers and Brothers) with a mission to educate young black men from Catholic families in New Orleans. During its early years, St. Aug (as it is affectionately known in New Orleans) led the way in battling segregation in New Orleans, mounting several successful legal challenges that resulted in the desegregation of high school athletics in the state of Louisiana. St. Aug's world-renowned marching band, the Marching 100, also desegregated Mardi Gras in 1967 by becoming the first black band to march in the Rex Parade. The Marching 100 has since performed for the Pope, at Super Bowls and in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day and Tournament of Roses parades. Since its inception, St. Aug has graduated over 8,000 young men and is nationally recognized for successfully preparing its students for higher education. Proceeds from this golf tournament will go directly toward providing scholarship opportunities deserving young men to attend St. Aug during the 2020/2021 academic year.