The Memorial Baptist School program is second to none in Metairie. Our school works hard to prepare our students to succeed in the best high schools in the Greater New Orleans area. There are two main areas that set Memorial Baptist School apart from many other schools in Metairie and they are discussed below.
Our Spiritual Approach
Memorial Baptist School is a Christian school. We are unapologetically Christian in everything we do. We are very intentional on our students developing a strong Biblical worldview. We believe that this can be done in a way that makes all families comfortable to be a part of our school.
Our student body is made of up diverse families representing virtually every denomination. We are missional in our approach and believe strongly that mom and dad are the most important spiritual influences on a child’s life. Our primary goal is to not only educate your child in academic matters, but to also meet their needs spiritually and emotionally. Every day our teachers lead our students in a Bible story from our Children’s Bible books. In addition to this, students attend chapel each week.
Our Academic Approach
Memorial Baptist School prides itself on being a top academic school in the city. Our successes in this area are very impressive. Each year we celebrate accomplishments of our graduates that encompass wide array academic accomplishments. The curriculum and program that is in place helps ensure that our students are well rounded.
The accelerated approach that is offered at Memorial Baptist School prepares our students to not only be accepted at the best schools in the Greater New Orleans area, but to excel once they get there. We work very closely with several middle/high schools to ensure that our students are prepared for the next step in the academic careers.
Becoming a Wildcat
The admission process is designed to be very simple and straightforward. You may request an admissions packet by calling the school office or by downloading it from the link below. Once you have reviewed this information, the next step is to tour the school. Tours can be scheduled by calling Jerry Riggs at (504) 887-0533. Once you have toured the school, you may submit the application.
Once the visit and screening are completed, a decision is made in regards to enrollment.
Memorial Baptist School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid awards, and athletic and other school-administered programs.