To survive and thrive in Louisiana, we must protect and celebrate our people, environment, and culture.
New Harmony is a public open-enrollment high school that prepares students for graduation, college career and beyond through the lens of coastal restoration and preservation. Our students will help create a sustainable Louisiana through project and problem based learning, utilizing community members as mentors for students to experience relevant fellowships founded in their interests and passions.
Students will be engaged as change agents in a mission and a movement aimed at addressing the outcomes of coastal restoration that will dramatically shape their future, the lives of their children, and their children’s children.
Turtle Cove Writing Retreat Last week, a group of our students spent a few nights at Turtle Cove Environmental Research Station for a writing retreat with our friends at “A Paper Boat Project.” Highlights and activities from the trip: Corpse … Continue reading
Midwesterners are dealing with a devastating flooding disaster and have begun the long process of recovery. Now, they struggle with the decision about whether to find higher ground. Check out this New York Times article about the devastation. A levee breached by … Continue reading
What are you grateful for? Today, for our Friday kick-out, New Harmony students and staff took time to say what we were grateful for this week. Today, a group of students began a bi-weekly opportunity to learn archery through a … Continue reading
Quarter Three Exhibitions During Quarter 3, students have been integrating their passions and research into answering the following question: What social and /or environmental issue affects my community? All week long, students presented their research during exhibitions. We are so … Continue reading
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