New Orleans Charter Math and Science High School (Sci High)

Urgent Message

 Please pardon the appearance of our facility as we undergo a window refurbishment project this summer. Although the windows are boarded up.  We are open for business, 8-3:00 most days. Please call the front office with questions at 504-324-7061.

Summer Building Construction Letter to Parents


New Orleans Charter Science and Mathematics High School is an open-admission public charter school that prepares all students for college admissions and successful careers. Sci High provides a rigorous high school curriculum with an emphasis in science and mathematics in a supportive environment of learning and respect that prepares students to make informed choices about post-secondary pursuits.

Student Life

Sci High students visit national colleges from the time they are in the 9th grade. They work in summer internships for leading organizations. And they enjoy activities including robotics, basketball, swimming, art, improv, debate, volleyball, drumline, dance, and martial arts.


Sci High posted a 95% graduation rate in 2013, and its alums succeed in a variety of arenas. A total of 80% of alumni have enrolled in college including UNO, Xavier, Tulane, Howard, Harvard, University of North Carolina, LSU, Boston University, Morgan State and Michigan State.

School Events

September 7, 2015

Labor Day- No School

September 8, 2015

Faculty Development- No School

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Past Events

August 27, 2015

Open House 5-7pm

August 10, 2015

First Day of School!

March 5, 2015

Literacy Night 5:30-7pm


*Sci High is the sole official source on enrollment, lottery and admission data.



Congratulations to the Sci High History Day Contestants!

Mar 24, 2015

On Saturday, March 21st, 18 Sci High students competed against students from throughout the New Orleans area in the district-level National History Day Contest.  The state coordinator for this contest is the National WWII Museum.  The contest focuses on historical research especially using primary documents.



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