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


Sci High, an open-admissions public Orleans Parish high school, prepares all interested students for college admission and career success. The rigorous curriculum, rooted in a culture of learning, support and respect, offers particular opportunities in life sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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

Past Events

May 27, 2014

Sci High Graduation at Tulane

May 15, 2014

AP World History Test

May 14, 2014

AP US History Test


New Bus Routes - Coming Soon for 2014-15 School Year


Scheduling Documents


Course Selection Packet for Rising Sophomores

Course Selection Packet for Rising Juniors

Course Selection Packet for Rising Seniors

2014 - 2015 Sci High Enrollment Application (New Student)

2014 -2015 Sci High Supplemental Application (required)

2014 - 2015 Sci High Enrollment Application in Vietnamese and Spanish

2014 - 2015 Re-Enrollment Application

Parent Rights for 504 Students

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


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Summer Internships Continue!

Jun 25, 2014

Every week our Community Partnerships Coordinator Jennifer Naum checks on some of the dozens of internships Sci High students have throughout the summer...

Students Arrive in Jordan

Jun 17, 2014

The time is now! Our students, after months of preparation with Global Nomads Group, have gone from partnering with Lusher and doing monthly online conferences to working face to face with their Jordanian student peers...

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