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.
Nothing from Sunday February 16, 2020 to Sunday February 23, 2020.
The Weekly What: Friday, February the 14th, 2020 Your Ongoing Support to the Augustin’s You can still donate Kahi’s memorial fund to support his family. Services will be held tomorrow morning. Gentilly Baptist Church at 5141 Franklin Ave, New Orleans, … Continue reading
Louisiana high school students study coastal restoration amid climate change BY DELLA HASSELLE | Staff writer Read the full article with photos here. Surrounded by squawking fowl, 15-year-old Tayla Gallaud stepped gingerly on wood shavings in a coop on Sugar … Continue reading
In Loving Memory of Kahi Augustin Greetings New Harmony Family, I’m writing to share the unfortunate and heartbreaking news of the passing of one of our founding members of New Harmony’s class of 2022. Kahi’s presence at New Harmony brought … Continue reading
The Weekly What: Friday, January the 31st, 2020 Leaving to Learn: Sankofa Tree Planting Last week the 9th graders donned ponchos and boots and trudged out into the rain in the Lower Ninth Ward. Teaming up with Sankofa and … Continue reading
Follow Us @newharmonyhigh