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EDUCATING YOUNG MEN FOR LIFE B R O T H E R

M A R T I N


“WE ARE NOT HERE TO TEACH BOYS HOW TO MAKE A LIVING BUT HOW TO MAKE A LIFE.” - Brother Martin Hernandez, S.C. 1904-1991


MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community, which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.

Brothers of the Sacred Heart - In New Orleans Since 1869 Quality Catholic Education for boys 8th - 12th grade

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Past and present Principals and Presidents since 1980.

PHILOSOPHY The 153-year educational tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart is grounded in a holistic approach to education. We believe that young persons learn from their total experience of the school setting. The most important aspect of any Catholic education is the development of Christian values and the transmission of the Catholic heritage. Our efforts to have religion spread through the school include campus ministry programs, modeling of religious values, service with others, religious activities, and symbols in the school. We advocate an orderly and disciplined environment that is respectful, consistent, fair, and based on a relationship of mutual trust and cooperation. To promote an environment characterized by Christian concern and friendly discipline, we give our personal attention to developing open and genuine relationships with our students and parents through opportunities outside of class time and in less formal settings. We view academic excellence as the development of our students to the maximum of their potential. We establish a demanding curriculum, provide interesting lessons, and continually adapt our curriculum to help our students become the persons God created them to be. 2


ST. ALOYSIUS 1869 - 1969

COR JESU 1954 - 1969

BROTHER MARTIN 1969 - PRESENT

H I STO RY Brother Martin is a private Catholic school offering a college preparatory curriculum for boys in grades 8 through 12. The school has a lay and religious faculty, which is under the direction of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, an international religious order founded in 1821 by Father André Coindre in Lyons, France. In September of 1969, celebrating the 100th year of educational commitment to the youth of the New Orleans area, the Brothers of the Sacred Heart consolidated St. Aloysius (18691969) and Cor Jesu (1954-1969) high schools under the title of Brother Martin High School. In selecting the name, the Brothers honored one of their own. His contributions to the Brothers and to education are inscribed on the plaque in the lobby of the school: Brother Martin Hernandez, S.C., a Brother of the Sacred Heart whose lifetime of dedicated service to the youth of New Orleans is perpetuated by this building.

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AMETUR COR JESU “LOVED BE THE HEART OF JESUS.” SCHOOL PRAYER We thank you for the charism of André Coindre, the selfless service of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart, and the sanctuary that is Brother Martin High School. Please continue to bless us with leaders, teachers, and students of wisdom and compassion who love us, form us, challenge us, and inspire us. Enlighten our minds, sanctify our hearts, strengthen our wills, and grace us with courage and trust to meet the needs of our changing world, We ask all of this through your son Jesus Christ. Amen. Ametur Cor Jesu! Ametur Cor Mariae!

AMETUR COR MARIAE 4

“LOVED BE THE HEART OF MARY.”


# B E AC R U SA D E R M O M

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Although I worked hard for my achievements, they would not have been possible without the help of the extraordinary people, teachers, and classmates at Brother Martin. I am sure you can recall a time where a teacher went out of his or her way to help you for your benefit… This care and desire for growth is something that is not exclusive to this situation. That experience set a standard and expectation for teachers that were met time and time again.

- Camilo Fernandez-Bellorin, Class of 2021 Valedictorian St. Mary Magdalen School

ACADEMIC

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2 0 2 1 N AT I O N A L M E R I T F I N A L I S T S

Matthew Armbruster ‘21 St. Sebastian Homeschool

Patrick Carter ‘21 St. Clement of Rome School

Sean Michael Cursain ‘21 Christian Brothers School

Francis DiSalvo ‘21 Christian Brothers School

Camilo Fernandez-Bellorin ‘21 St. Mary Magdalen School

Jared Pelegrin ‘21 St. Ann School

EXCELLENCE “

Our academic programs strive not only to prepare students for the challenges of a variety of colleges and universities, but also to prepare them for life: we use a curriculum designed to make them careful readers, expressive writers, technology appliers, and faithful and empathetic thinkers. From the novels our students read to the online tools they use for writing and collaborating and everything in between, we hope to produce confident thinkers who use their heads and their hearts.

- Thomas Mavor, Faculty Formation & English Department 7


9 H IGH SCH O O L C U R R ICU LU M

J UN I OR H I GH C URR ICU LU M

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COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGLISH English 8 Computer Applications I English I H (HSC) (HSC) Concurrent with Intro to Algebra Digital Media (HSC) Concurrent with Algebra I ½ CREDIT ELECTIVES

COMPUTER SCIENCE Computer Applications I Digital Media

10 11 12

ENGLISH English I English I H English II H

FINE ARTS ELECTIVES Applied Music 1: Fundamentals (HSC) Beginning Band (HSC) Advanced Band (HSC) Advanced Chorus (HSC) Fine Arts Survey (HSC)

FINE ARTS ELECTIVES Applied Music 1: Fundamentals Beginning Band Advanced Band Advanced Chorus Art I Studio

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGLISH English II English II H English III H

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGLISH ELECTIVES English III Computer Science I H Computer Science (Fall) English III H English III H AP Computer Applications II English IV H (Spring) English IV H AP 1/2 CREDIT ELECTIVES Creative Writing

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGLISH ELECTIVES English IV Computer Science I H English IV H (DE) Computer Science II H English IV H AP Computer Science (Fall) English V H (DE) Computer Applications II English V H AP (Spring) 1/2 CREDIT ELECTIVES Creative Writing

HEALTH & PE Health & PE I (HSC) NJROTC NJROTC I (HSC)

MATHEMATICS Intro to Algebra Algebra I (HSC) Algebra I H (HSC)

RELIGION Religion 8

SCIENCE Earth Science (HSC) Physical Science (HSC) Physical Science H (HSC)

SOCIAL STUDIES World Geography (HSC) World Geography H (HSC)

Minimum of 6 Credits | HSC=High School Credit

HEALTH & PE Health & PE I Health & PE II NJROTC NJROTC I NJROTC II

FINE ARTS ELECTIVES Applied Music 1: Fundamentals Advanced Band Advanced Chorus Art I Studio Art II Studio

FINE ARTS

ELECTIVES Advanced Band Advanced Chorus Art I Studio Art II Studio Art III Studio Art History H AP

MATHEMATICS Algebra I Algebra I H Geometry Geometry H

RELIGION Religion I

SCIENCE Earth Science Physical Science Physical Science H Biology H

Minimum of 6 Credits

NJROTC NJROTC II NJROTC III

MATHEMATICS Geometry Geometry H Algebra II Algebra II H

RELIGION Religion II

SCIENCE Biology Biology H Chemistry H

SOCIAL STUDIES Western Civilization Western Civilization H World History H AP

WORLD LANGUAGES French II German II Latin II Spanish II

NJROTC NJROTC III NJROTC IV

MATHEMATICS Algebra II Algebra II H Advanced Math Advanced Math H (DE)

RELIGION Religion III

SCIENCE Chemistry Chemistry H Physics H

SOCIAL STUDIES American History American History H (DE) American History H AP

WORLD LANGUAGES

Minimum of 6 Credits

ELECTIVES Psychology H AP

½ CREDIT ELECTIVES Fine Arts Survey - Theatre/Speech - Music Appreciation - Visual Arts - Animation - Game Development

FINE ARTS

ELECTIVES Advanced Band Advanced Chorus Art II Studio Art III Studio Art IV Studio Art History H AP

½ CREDIT ELECTIVES Fine Arts Survey - Theatre/Speech - Music Appreciation - Visual Arts - Animation - Game Development

WORLD LANGUAGES French I German I Latin I Spanish I

ELECTIVES*

French III H German III H Latin III H Spanish III H *Required for Honors Diploma Students

Minimum of 6 Credits

HEALTH & PE HEALTH & PE II NJROTC NJROTC IV NJROTC V

MATHEMATICS Advanced Math Advanced Math H (DE) Calculus (DE) Calculus H (DE) Calculus AB H AP Calculus BC H AP ELECTIVES

Statistics H AP

RELIGION Religion IV

SCIENCE Physics Physics H Physics H AP-C ELECTIVES Anatomy & Physiology Biology II H AP Chemistry II H AP

½ CREDIT ELECTIVES Physics of Technology I Forensic Science Aerospace Science Fundamentals of Food Science (DE)

SOCIAL STUDIES Civics Civics H United States Gov. & Politics H AP ELECTIVES Psychology H AP Economics ½ CREDIT ELECTIVES Law Studies Psychology

WORLD LANGUAGES ELECTIVES

French IV H Latin IV H Spanish IV H ½ CREDIT ELECTIVES Chinese American Sign Language

Minimum of 6 Credits

H - Honors | AP - Advanced Placement | (DE) - Dual Enrollment | (HSC) - High School Credit


R EG U LAR SCHE DU LE

TIME MANAGEMENT UNSTRUCT U R E D C L A S S P E R IO D

7 : 5 5

1s t TO N E

8:00 - 8:50

1s t P E R I O D

8 : 5 3 - 9 : 43

2nd PERIOD

9 : 46 - 10 : 3 6

3 rd P E R I O D

10 : 3 6 - 10 : 41

ANNOUNCEMENTS

10 : 44 - 11: 3 4

4t h P E R I O D

11: 3 7 - 12 : 2 7

5th PERIOD

12 : 3 0 - 1: 2 0

6th PERIOD

1: 2 3 - 2 : 13

7th PERIOD

2 : 16 - 3 : 0 6

8th PERIOD

BROTHE R MARTI N Student Device Types

The unstructured class period is instructional time designed to provide the student opportunities to do independent study, including reference work, and to use the library, Formation Center, and resource centers. Also, the student can arrange conferences with teachers, guidance counselors and/or campus ministers. While always under adult supervision, the student can develop a sense of self-responsibility, self-discipline, efficient use of his unstructured time, and serious study habits. All students have an unstructured class period every day.

TH E FO RM AT IO N C E N T E R The Formation Center is designated to provide tutoring to students who need academic assistance before school, during their unstructured periods, and/or after school. Students come to the center voluntarily, or as required by teachers, counselors, or the Formation Director. The Formation Center is also a place where students remediate missed or incomplete homework assignments in order to better prepare them for their classes. Teachers and National Honor Society members are available to provide any necessary assistance in building skills and strategies to foster students’ academic success.

10% APPLE LAPTOP

22%

WINDOWS LAPTOP

68%

CHROMEBOOK

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The pandemic caused us all to realize that we cannot take the little things for granted. The personal attention from our teachers, the self-discipline required of us at school, the standard of academic excellence and holistic education, and the sense of community are all extremely vital in teaching young men how to make a life. We learned to constantly appreciate what we have on Elysian Fields and in life because we are so fortunate to have such a caring and supportive environment. I cherished these things because there is no real substitute for walking the halls with fellow classmates and having discussions with teachers and no true replacement for spending time with our community around us.

- Matthew Armbruster, Class of 2021 Valedictorian St. Sebastian Homeschool

TOP 5 ANTICIPATED MAJORS

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1. MEDICINE / HEALTH SCIENCES 2. ENGINEERING 3. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 4. ACCOUNTING / FINANCE 5. SCIENCE


“ OUR GRADUATES ARE BECOMING WELL-ROUNDED, FAITH-FILLED, SELFDISCIPLINED, COMPASSIONATE, & ACADEMICALLY PREPARED MEN WHO RESPOND TO GOD’S LOVE.

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Howard University Iowa State University Jackson State University Johns Hopkins University Kenyon College Langston University Lawrence University Lees-McRae College Lewis & Clark College Louisiana Scholar’s College at Northwestern State University Louisiana State University Louisiana State University Eunice Louisiana Tech University Loyola University Chicago Loyola University New Orleans Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts Maritime Academy Michigan State University Millsaps College Mississippi College Mississippi State University Morehouse College New York University Nicholls State University North Benitt Street School North Carolina State University Northeastern University Northwestern State University of Louisiana Nunez Community College Oklahoma State University Pepperdine University Piedmont College Prairie View A&M University Purdue University Rhodes College Rice University

R E C E N T G R A D UAT E S A R E AT T E N D I N G T H E


TO T H E F O L L O W I N G C O L L E G E S A N D U N I V E R S I T I E S Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Saint Louis University San Diego State University Savannah College of Art and Design Southeastern Louisiana University Southern Methodist University Southern University and A&M College Southwest Mississippi Community College Spring Hill College St. Edward’s University St. John’s College Texas A&M University Texas A&M University, Galveston Texas Christian University Texas Southern University Texas Wesleyan University The Catholic University of America The Ohio State University The University of Alabama The University of Alabama in Huntsville The University of Oklahoma The University of Texas at Dallas The University of Texas, Austin The University of Virginia Trinity University Troy University Tulane University Tuskegee University United States Air Force Academy United States Coast Guard Academy United States Merchant Marine Academy United States Military Academy West Point United States Naval Academy University of Alabama at Birmingham University of Arkansas University of Arkansas at Monticello

C O L L E G E S & U N I V E R S I T I E S B O L D E D I N G O L D.

University of California, Los Angeles University of California, San Diego University of California, Santa Barbara University of Central Florida University of Colorado Boulder University of Dallas University of Denver University of Florida University of Georgia University of Houston University of Louisiana University of Louisiana at Monroe University of Massachusetts, Amherst University of Miami University of Minnesota, Twin Cities University of Mississippi University of Montevallo University of New Orleans University of Notre Dame University of Pennsylvania University of San Francisco University of South Alabama University of South Carolina University of Southern Mississippi University of Tennessee University of West Florida Wartburg College Washington University in St. Louis Westminster College Wheaton College, MA Whitman College William Carey College Xavier University of Louisiana Yale University

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When I was initially invited into the National Honor Society, I realized that this club would offer me a chance to give back to Brother Martin in a way that best utilizes my gifts. I could use my gifts in academics to help my classmates through tutoring and to work functions outside of school that could potentially lead aspiring students to Brother Martin. These various opportunities allowed me to further engage with the Brother Martin community while at the same time leaving my personal impression on the National Honor Society, which is why I chose this club and continue to lead as its president.

- ADDISON WILBERG ‘22 Our Lady of Perpetual Help / Belle Chasse

STUDENT ACADEMIC Academic Games Aquaculture and Herpetology Club Book Club Close Up CyberPatriot Team Excalibur National Honor Society for Excellence in Science Literary Magazine (The Pen and Sword) Literary Rally

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National Junior Honor Society Quiz Bowl Tabletop Gaming Club (Chess) World Culture Club Yearbook (The Yesterday)

ARTS

ATHLETIC Beach Volleyball Club Bowling Club Cheerleading Fishing Club Intramural Athletics Lacrosse

Art & Design Club

Martial Arts Club

Band (Concert, Marching, Pep, Stage,

Medical Support Staff

and Symphonic)

Mu Alpha Theta

Chorus

National Honor Society

Drama Club (Dionysians)

Rugby Ultimate Frisbee Club


ACTIVITIES SERVICE

OTHER CLUBS

Key Club

Crusader Streaming & Programming

Student Ambassadors Student Council

Network (CSPN)  Culinary Crusaders NJROTC Teams (Academic, Athletic, Color

SPIRITUAL

Guard, Drill, Orienteering, Rifle)

Crusaders for Life & Justice Team Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion Student Ministers

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LHSA A SP ORTS T EAMS Baseball

Powerlifting

Basketball

Soccer

Bowling

Swimming

Cross Country

Tennis

Football

Track & Field

Golf

Wrestling

I participate in Crusader Football not just to play the game I love but to build relationships that will last a lifetime and create memories that no one can ever take away from me. Every time I walk out onto the field every Friday night is a memorable moment, seeing the school community that I love wearing Crimson and Gold, and knowing that I have put in the time and effort to represent my school.

- GARRETT MMAHAT ‘22

Christian Brothers School

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8 TH & 9 TH GRADE ADMISSIONS TIMELINE

Appointments for such visits are made with the Admissions Office (504) 283-1561 Ext.3022

ADMISSIONS IS SELECTIVE & BASED ON THE FOLLOWING:

DEC 2021

SCHEDULE YOUR PRIVATE TOUR T HIS FAL L !

NOVEMBER 2021

Thursday, November 4

OPEN HOUSE

Wednesday, November 10 Elementary students are given online access to Archdiocesan Application forms www.brothermartin.com or visit www.archdiocese-no.org Friday, November 12

Students return completed Archdiocesan Application form to their elementary school with their one school of choice.

Tuesday, November 16

Applications & Records sent from Catholic Elementary Schools to High Schools.

Wednesday, December 1

All online Brother Martin Applications are due to the Admissions Office (click APPLY at www.brothermartin.com).

Prospective students may request application materials at any time.

Saturday, January 8

Application Day: all students must report to the school of their choice

Thursday, February 17

Letters of Acceptance mailed to all 8th & 9th grade applicants

Saturday, March 12

Crusader Registration Day for ALL accepted applicants

JAN 2022

DESIRE to attend Brother Martin High School Cumulative elementary school records Recommendations of elementary school principal and teachers Results of interview with each applicant and his parent(s)/guardian(s)

FEB 2022

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MAR 2022

Brother Martin High School 8th & 9th grade Admissions Interviews will start January 2022

Brother Martin High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies. 18


BROTHER MARTIN

OPEN

HOUSE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 4:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M

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Pictured are members of the Class of 2026 who are recognized as Academic Scholarship Recipients

2021-2022 ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIPS


2020-2021 AP SCHOLARS

Pictured are members of the Class of 2022 (21 members of the Class of 2021 were also recognized as AP Scholars)

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WHY BROTHER MARTIN? Tuition $10, 990.00

#BEACRUSADER

CLASS OF 2021 NATIONAL MERIT SCHOLARS

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FINALISTS

COMMENDED

The following stats are 4-year averages:

24.7 AV E R A G E

ACT (100% tested)

3 1. 0

48

$1,000.00+ savings in interest-free tuition $725,000.00+ total amount of Financial Aid awarded

70+

12:1

S T U D E N T TO FAC U LT Y RAT I O

S CO R E D

AV E R A G E

A 30+

CLASS SIZE

24

ON THE ACT

90 %

AV E R A G E A C T

who take AP Exams

for Honor Graduates

SCORE A 3+

46 ALUMNI

FA C U LT Y/ S TA F F

EXTRACURRICULAR CLUBS

AND ATHLETIC TEAMS Over the last 4 years in LHSAA competition:

DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS

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4 S TAT E 6 S T A T E RUNNER UP

41 H O N O R S , 14 A DVA N C E D P L AC E M E N T, & 6 D UA L E N RO L L M E N T COUR SES OF F ER ED 125 C RU S A D E R S A R E C U R R E N T LY O N AC A D E M I C S C H O L A R S H I P

CHAMPIONSHIPS


"I CHOSE BROTHER MARTIN..."

“... BECAUSE IT WAS THE SCHOOL THAT I MOST FELT AT HOME. I knew it was the school that would offer me the best opportunity to both excel academically and grow spiritually. From the moment I stepped on campus for tours and Open House, I knew this was a place where the teachers cared about you and fellow students compelled you to succeed.” Logan Millet ‘22 Christian Brothers School “... BECAUSE OF ITS HOME-LIKE ENVIRONMENT. AS SOON AS I WALKED IN, EVEN BEFORE I ENROLLED, I FELT WELCOMED. The atmosphere had me hooked and just felt very warm and inviting. The brotherhood aspect of the school was also very prevalent to me. Among many other qualities, tradition and culture really stood out too.” Corey Lambert ‘22 L.H. Marrero Middle School

“... BECAUSE OF THE RELIGIOUS VALUES THEY HOLD AND THE ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE THEY STRIVE TO SUCCEED. My time at Brother Martin surely has been a memorable experience. From NJROTC to making new friends to learning how the lunch line works, I have always been able to count on the faculty, staff, and older students to show me the way and mold me into a Brother Martin Crusader.” Christian Schneller ‘22 St. Catherine of Siena

“... because after visiting Open House, I realized the opportunities that would be provided to me to grow academically and spiritually. Just looking at all they had to offer, I COULD TELL THE TEACHERS AND STAFF TRULY CARED ABOUT EVERY STUDENT AND WOULD HELP EVERY ONE SUCCEED.” Landin Sanborn ‘22 N.P. Trist Middle School

“... because of the overwhelming sense of community and family that I felt whenever I set foot on campus. I was blown away in 5th grade by the Brother Martin experience I participated in at Discovery Night. SEEING SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED AND CONNECTED WITH A GROUP OF LIKE-MINDED STUDENTS WAS EYEOPENING TO ME. After two or three events, I had decided that Brother Martin was the school for me.” Andrew Biehl ‘22 St. Angela Merici

“... because from the moment you walk in the door you are

PART OF THE BROTHER MARTIN FAMILY. Everyone knows my son and exactly how to cultivate his gifts and talents. In my son, Brother Martin has created a well educated man who knows how to challenge the status quo using his knowledge and strong moral conviction. I am proud of who my son has become throughout his time at Brother Martin. And, we look forward to giving back in the future!” Kirsch Wilberg mother to Addison Wilberg ‘22 Our Lady of Perpetual Help / Belle Chasse

“... because Brother Martin creates an environment for you to see a beautiful transformation of your son from 8th or 9th grade to Senior year. Our sons are challenged daily to be the best version of themselves academically, spiritually, and socially. BROTHER MARTIN INVESTS IN THE STUDENT AS A WHOLE AND NOT JUST BY A NUMBER. The spirit of Brother Martin Hernandez is alive and well at Brother Martin and that is why it is so special!” Nicole & Chris Laiche ‘90 parents to Alex ‘22 & Patrick ‘25 Christian Brothers School

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WHERE ARE OUR FAMILIES FROM? Brother Martin students come from 52 different zip codes and over 122 different elementary schools throughout the metropolitan New Orleans area.

LAKE PONTCHARTRAIN

Kenner

70128

10

70065

129 70003

5

91

70127

8

5

70124

45

96

70001 69

70119

Jefferson 70121 - 14

Harahan/ River Ridge

70125

69

4 70118

5

70115

70117

70116

15

70123

70129

9 5

1

12

70062

68

70126

70122

70 1 0 13

Ama 1 Belle Chasse 22 Covington 3 Destrehan 15 Lacombe 3 LaPlace 11 Luling 9 Lutcher 1 Madisonville 1 Mandeville 8

70005

Arabi 70032

Chalmette

5

70043

8

70075

7 Algiers 70114

70053

2

19

Westwego 70094

Gretna

5 Marrero

Harvey

70072

70058

32

70056

38

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TRANSPORTATION CARPOOLING is the most popular form of transportation and a zip code listing in the student directory enables families to coordinate their efforts in this regard. 24

Meraux

17

-0

63

Gentilly

70 1

54

Lakeview/ Lakefront

1

Metairie

New Orleans East 70002

701 30

70006

70131

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Norco 2 Pearl River 2 Pontchatoula 1 Port Sulphur 1 Robert 1 St. Bernard 7 St. Rose 2 Slidell 62 Violet 1


CRUSADER

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# B E AC RU SA D E R

A R E YO U N E X T ?

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# BEACRUSAD ER Mr. Carlos Bogran III ‘99, Assistant Principal for Admissions 4401 Elysian Fields Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70122-3898 | 504-283-1561 Ext. 3022 | www.brothermartin.com x

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