The International High School of New Orleans (IHSNO) will hold a TET 2016 celebration with an assembly featuring traditional dance, martial arts demonstration, student performances, arts, crafts, and a luncheon with a large variety of Asian foods from Vietnam, China, and India.
Wednesday, February 3rd, 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The International School of Louisiana will host a special "Unity in Diversity" event on Tuesday, January 26.
"Unity in Diversity…a day of celebration at ISL" will take place at the school's Ralph Bunche campus in the spirit of New Orleans and Carnival and in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr and Ralph Bunche, the first African American to be honored as a Nobel Peace Prize recipient. It is one more way to share culture and history with students, the community, and help further ISL's mission of celebrating diversity.
The administration, faculty, staff and student body of Benjamin Franklin High School will celebrate the tenth anniversary of the reopening of the school following Hurricane Katrina on Friday, January 15, 2016. Events will be held throughout the afternoon, from noon until 3:25 P.M.
The first public high school to reopen in Orleans Parish following Hurricane Katrina, Ben Franklin opened its door on January 17, 2006. It was Ben Franklin’s 300th birthday. On this day they opened as a public charter school.
Warren Easton Charter High School and The CubaNOLA Arts Collective announces a three-year music and art cultural exchange with students from the Conservatorio Estéban Salas in Santiago de Cuba.
Thursday, January 14 • 2pm
Warren Easton Charter High School Auditorium
3019 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70119
The International High School of New Orleans (IHSNO) will hold an Arabic Luncheon featuring a large variety of Arabic foods, live entertainment, and student performances.
Wednesday, January 13th, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The International High School of New Orleans
727 Carondelet Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
Phone (504) 613-5703
The International High School of New Orleans (IHSNO) takes pride in its cultural diversity and will celebrate the Arabic Luncheon with a large variety of Arabic foods, live entertainment, and student performances. The purpose of this special event is to explore Arabic culture and to create a cultural interaction through visual and musical arts.
Benjamin Franklin High School’s governing board, Advocates for Academic Excellence in Education, Inc. (AAEE), is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Patrick Widhalm as the next Head of School. The national search for Head of School was conducted with the assistance of Educational Directions, Inc.
Dr. Widhalm has served as the Executive Director of the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts in Natchitoches, Louisiana, since 2001. LSMSA is a residential high school that has been recognized as one of the top schools in Louisiana and in the nation. Prior appointments include the Conservatory of Music at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio, and founding Dean of Arts and Academics at the South Carolina Governor’s School for Arts and Humanities in Greenville.
Derek D. Bardell, a professor at Delgado Community College, was unanimously elected Chairman of the French and Montessori Education (FAME) Incorporated Board of Directors. The FAME Board governs the “A” rated Audubon Charter School (K-8) and oversees its $7.5 million budget. Bardell was elected at the Board Meeting on December 12, 2015.
Derek D. Bardell is a veteran educator who currently serves as an Adjunct Professor of Business Administration and Teaching and Learning at Delgado Community College. Bardell holds a bachelor’s degree from Dillard University and two master’s degrees from Tulane University. He is certified by the Louisiana Department of Education as an Educational Administrator and Supervisor of Instruction.
Young Audiences Charter School, the only Arts-Integrated Elementary Charter School on the Westbank side of Jefferson Parish, invites prospective students, along with their families, to attend a Prospective Family Event on Saturday, January 9, 1-3 p.m. at the school at 1407 Virgil Street in Gretna. The event will feature delicious barbecue, entertainment, a bouncy house, DJ, and games. The event is free for prospective families. Applicants must be residents of Jefferson Parish to qualify for admission. Attendees are asked to RSVP to email@example.com.
Young Audiences Charter School is open to any Jefferson Parish student entering Kindergarten through 6th grade. Each following academic year, the school will add one grade to serve students in grades K-8 by Fall 2018.