OneApp Late Enrollment Cycle

OneApp late enrollment cycle will be held at Dillard University from July 8 – July 17. Dillard University Professional Schools and Services Building 2601 Gentilly Blvd., 70122 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Monday – Friday Free parking available | Accessible by RTA bus #94 Broad Street Students will be served by grade groups. Additional information for late enrollment after July 17 will be available on For more information or if you have questions please… Read More

The Need for an Intersectional Education Reform Movement

We can’t go any further without addressing intersectionality in education reform. Over the past few years, images of violence against black people have dominated twitter feeds, air waves, and news segments across the country. Young people are increasingly becoming witness to real life public examples that they are not valued and that they do not matter. Just in the past month, we have mourned the nine lives whose last moments in a… Read More


Students and families in New Orleans have done the hard work of rebuilding and reforming education post Hurricane Katrina and this makes them the real heroes of education reform. They have done the work day in and day out to create student achievement and here are some of their voices. Join the second line and share your #RealHeroesNOLA story. “When parents register I make sure there are documents in their native language… Read More

Who are we mentoring?

Who are we mentoring? Brandan Odums, writer, filmmaker and artist responsible for Exhibit Be and many murals around the city gave the commencement speech at Sci Academy. Nearly 98% of the graduating class were accepted into 4- year universities and have earned over $3M in scholarships collectively. During his speech he passed along knowledge and wisdom that would be helpful to students after graduating high school. He charged students with the social… Read More