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- 5 seniors were students in the inaugural 2nd-grade class in 2010: Makaria Calvin, Shani Collins, Beatrix Sparks, Zoey Weber, and Lance White.
- Seniors were admitted to schools in 3 countries and 26 states – including Alaska and Hawaii.
- The average merit scholarship received is over $16,000/year.
- Total scholarships earned is over $2,000,000.
- More than 60% of seniors have been admitted to at least one college or university.
- 12 seniors will be attending college outside of Louisiana.
- Seniors have been admitted to a total of 12 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) – including Howard University.
- Future Career Plans include Historian, Librarian, Businessman or Businesswoman, Economist, Accountant, Artist, Designer, Civil Engineer, Special Educator, School Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Digital Media, Nurse, Physician, Police Officer, and many more.
Notable scholarships include:
- Southeastern Louisiana University Music Scholarship
- Presidential Scholarship to Marymount University
- Trustee Scholarship to Emory and Henry College
- Presidential Scholarship to University of New Orleans
- Oaks Scholarship to California Lutheran University
- Creative Minds Scholarship to Full Sail University
- Dean’s Scholarship to Loyola University New Orleans