|Neville High School (Tigers)|
600 Forsythe Av.
|School board||Monroe City School Board|
|School district||Monroe City Schools|
|Average class size||20|
|Student to teacher ratio||14.1|
|Hours in school day||8|
|Campus size||2 to 3 blocks|
|Color(s)||Black and Gold|
|Fight song||Tiger Rag; Alma mater: "O' Neville High"|
|Athletics||Football, Baseball, Softball, Basketball, Soccer, Swimming, Golf, Tennis, Track & Field, Cross Country|
|Athletics conference||LHSAA District 2-4A slogan = Excellence in All Things|
|Team name||Neville Tigers|
|Rival||West Monroe High School, Ruston High School, Ouachita Parish High School, Wossman High School|
|Publication||Tiger Talk, Neville Matters|
|Newspaper||The Neville Tradition|
Neville offers a wide variety of academics, on and off campus. Neville has a Technology department, English department, Foreign Language department, Health department, Journalism department, Math department, Naval Science department, Science department, Social Studies department, and Special Service department.
The Neville High School Business Department is dedicated to developing and improving workplace skills for students. By doing so, this will enable them to meet the demands of the workplace, make viable career choices, and become information-literate in order to communicate effectively, make decisions, and solve problems in today's fast-paced economy. In conjunction with Louisiana Technical College, our department offers dual enrollment college credit in the following areas: Financial Math and Keyboarding, as well as opportunities to receive industry-based certifications in CIW and IC3.
The Neville Tigers play football at Bill Ruple Stadium in Monroe, LA and are coached under Head Coach Mickey McCarty. Neville has won 12 State Championships (1955, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1972, 1983, 1984, 1995, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015) and have been State Runner-Ups five times (1958, 1982, 1991, 1992, 2012, 2016). The Tigers have claimed a District Championship 29 times, including winning the last 8. Neville has made a football playoff appearance 53 times. The Tigers have not missed the playoffs since 1999. The Tigers have had 6 perfect seasons in its football history (1959, 1961, 1962, 1983, 2011, 2015). From 2014 to 2016, the Neville Tigers won 39 straight football games, marking it the 7th best streak in LHSAA history.
Coach Charlie Brown, coached 30 years for the Neville Tigers and compiled a 263-67 record, winning 79% of his games. Coach Brown led the Tigers to 3 State Championships. In 2002, Robert Lane was named Louisiana High School Gatorade Player of the Year, making him the only Tiger to ever receive this honor. He continued his football career at Ole Miss. Both Robert Lane (2002) and John Diarse (2012) were named LSWA Mr. Football for Louisiana. Diarse was also named a Parade All-American and a U.S. Army All-American.
Coach Jimmy Childress (1932-2015) was a football coach at Neville from 1958 to 1973 and helped deliver four state championships for the Tigers. From 1979 to 1991, he led his alma mater, Ruston High School, to a 131-27 (.829) record and four state championships in 1982, 1986, 1988, and 1990. As a player, he was on the 1947 state championship Ruston High School team. He was the coach at Carroll High School in Monroe in 1973 and at the private Cedar Creek School in Ruston from 1976 to 1978. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Louisiana at Monroe, then known as Northeast Louisiana State College; he was on the ULM coaching staff from 1974 to 1976. He obtained his graduate training at Louisiana Tech University. In 2001, he was inducted into the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame.
The Neville Tigers baseball team play their home games at Embanato Field and is coached by Head Coach Paul Gurrerieo. The Tigers have won 7 State Championships in 10 appearances (1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1958, 1961, 1962, 1993, 2012,2017)
In September 2017 Neville High School was recognized as the most beautiful high school in the state of Louisiana by Architectural Digest. Architectural Digest listed the most beautiful high school in each state of the United States.
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- Tom Brown, former MLB player (Seattle Mariners)
- Bubby Brister - NFL quarterback Pittsburgh Steelers, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, Denver Broncos, and Minnesota Vikings 
- Wayne Causey, former MLB player (Baltimore Orioles, Kansas City Athletics, Chicago White Sox, California Angels, Atlanta Braves)
- Ken Duncan (Class of 1963), state treasurer from 1996 to 2000
- Robert Ewing, III (1935-2007), sports and underwater photographer
- Kay Katz (b. 1938), Republican member of Louisiana House of Representatives
- John C. Ensminger (Class of 1954 b. 1934), Republican Louisiana state representative and state senator
- Jimmy Dimos (b. 1938), Speaker of Louisiana House of Representatives
- Red Swanson, former MLB player (Pittsburgh Pirates)
- Aubrey W. Young (1922-2010), state official
- Alex Presley (b. 1985, Class of 2003), outfielder for Detroit Tigers
- Sandra Thompson (b. 1946), state government administrator
- Justin Ellis (Class of 2009), defensive tackle for Oakland Raiders
- Melvin Rambin, former mayor of Monroe
- Marc Swayze, comic book artist
- Detrick DeBurr entrepreneur, author
- John Diarse (Class of 2013), former Denver Broncos wide receiver
- Jimmy Childress, assistant football coach from 1958 to 1973