Early & Primary
Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans
821 General Pershing St., New Orleans
504-896-4500 | EBNola.com
Ecole Bilingue de la Nouvelle-Orléans is the only private French school in New Orleans that’s accredited by the French Ministry of Education and State of Louisiana, providing multilingual education for 18-month-old students to eighth grade. Since its founding in 1998, Ecole Bilingue’s mission has been to provide a strong and distinctive bilingual education for children in New Orleans by combining the best of French and American academics.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School
8012 Oak St., New Orleans
504-861-3743 | StAndrewsEpiscopalSchool.com
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School is the oldest Episcopal school in New Orleans with 63 years of experience in educating the mind, body and spirit of young children. St. Andrew’s enrolls boys and girls 12 months through eighth grade, offering over 10 years of nurturing yet challenging education that focuses on “Cherishing Childhood, Developing Character and Cultivating Leaders.” Faculty strive to teach each child in a manner that builds on his or her individual strengths, interests and abilities while at the same time fostering teamwork within the greater school community. St. Andrew’s utilizes small classes to promote a challenging learning environment where students interact with teachers and grow spiritually, socially and intellectually. A strong academic program, enhanced by state-of-the-art technology, includes Spanish, music, chapel, fine arts, athletics and information literacy skills. Student publications, dramatics, interscholastic sports and community service round out St. Andrew’s program. This year, virtual one-on-one tours and in person tours are available by appointment only. For more information, visit saesnola.org/admissions.
Stuart Hall School for Boys
2032 S. Carrollton Ave., New Orleans
504-861-1954 | StuartHall.org
Since 1984, Stuart Hall has offered a unique faith-based environment for the Catholic education of boys from preschool through seventh grade. Their motto is “Leaders for Life.” They inspire boys to be lifelong leaders – throughout school, in their homes, their careers and their words. Faith, Scholarship, Leadership and Honor are the foundations upon which Stuart Hall builds future leaders of our community. Stuart Hall holds membership in The Archdiocese of New Orleans, Independent Schools of the Southwest, National Association of Independent Schools and the Independent Boys’ Schools Coalition. To schedule a private tour of the campus, visit StuartHall.org.
Trinity Episcopal School
1315 Jackson Ave., New Orleans
504-525-8661 | TrinityNola.com
Trinity Episcopal School is a coeducational, independent day school serving students 15 months through eighth grade. Trinity’s mission is to build confident, resilient upstanders on a foundation of academic excellence, moral responsibility and faith who are prepared to make a positive difference in the world. Trinity seeks to enroll qualified students without regard to gender, race, religion, creed, sexual orientation, ethnic or national origin. During these unprecedented times, Trinity strives to strike a balance between the safety of isolation and the benefits of in-person interaction. Email email@example.com for more information and to schedule your virtual or in-person tour!
2635 State St., New Orleans
504-866-5292 | Go.UANola.org
Serving Toddler 1 through 12th grade, Ursuline Academy is proud to have the distinction of being the first all-girls Catholic school in the nation. As girls progress through Ursuline, a highly interactive approach exposes them to increasingly complex concepts in STEM and the arts that go beyond learning the material. The Academy focuses on STEM and the arts as equal partners to power 21st century learning. Starting in early childhood, a Reggio Emilia-inspired approach builds each girl’s confidence, social-emotional resiliency and appreciation of others. Continuing throughout the academy, Ursuline’s all-girls environment empowers girls to challenge themselves, explore outside their comfort zones and expand what they’re capable of achieving. From the first female law professor at Loyola University New Orleans to a U.S. senator and a U.S. Army colonel, Ursuline women lead fearlessly.
Benjamin Franklin High School
2001 Leon C. Simon Dr., New Orleans
504-286-2610 | BFHSLa.org
Benjamin Franklin High School celebrates diversity and respects the individuality of each student with high-achieving students from every ZIP code in the city. With a mission of helping students of high academic potential to be successful in life, they’re ranked the No. 1 public school in the state, year after year. They’ve had the most National Merit Semifinalists in the state for two years running, and their students go on to earn prestigious scholarships at some of the best colleges in the world. Whether your passion is arts, science, math, literature or history, you’ll find inspiring teachers ready to fuel your academic interests and help you EXPLORE, EXPRESS and EXCEL at Franklin!
University of Holy Cross
4123 Woodland Dr., New Orleans
504-394-7714 | UHCNO.edu
A fully accredited Catholic university in New Orleans, the University of Holy Cross (formerly Our Lady of Holy Cross College) offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs to more than 1,200 students. With 154 faculty members and a student-faculty ratio of 12 to 1, students enjoy a personalized academic experience on an active campus where they’re encouraged to explore spiritual values and pursue service opportunities. Some of the university’s most distinctive programs are in Business, Education, Counseling, Healthcare and Arts & Sciences.
NOLA Learning Support
8131 Oak St. #100, New Orleans | NolaLearningSupport.com
NOLA Learning Support offers academic intervention for elementary, middle and high school students. As experienced educators, they work as a team offering support to students needing reading, spelling, writing and organizational interventions. They specialize in working with struggling readers using an Orton-Gillingham approach and also use a variety of methods and strategies specifically tailored to each student. They provide measurable academic success which leads to gains in students’ self-confidence and pride. NOLA Learning Support also offers private school placement consulting including prep schools for dyslexic students. Zoom sessions are currently being offered out of their offices in the Carrollton neighborhood. Whether your child is in the first grade or the 12th, the staff can assist in helping them meet success and build self-advocacy skills to live happier lives and feel more successful.