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.
The Weekly What: Friday, December the 6th, 2019 New Harmony Featured in the Washington Post We were recently featured in a Washington Post article about the next generation of leaders in the climate change movement. We’re so proud to be a … Continue reading
The Weekly What: Friday, November the 22nd, 2019 New Harmony First Annual Thanksgiving Potluck Students, staff, and community fellowship mentors got together today to give thanks to one another and celebrate each other. The whole community contributed and we are … Continue reading
The Weekly What: Friday, November the 15th, 2019 Picture Day! Picture day will take place on Tuesday, November 19th and Wednesday, November 20th. Your student’s assigned day is dependent on their advisor. Their assigned days are below: TUESDAY, NOV. 19 … Continue reading
The Weekly What: Friday, November the 8th, 2019 Parent Engagement Meeting: A message from our Parent Board Member and Representative Hi Fellow NHH Parents, We didn’t get a big response to getting a call scheduled, so we’re trying something different. … Continue reading
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