New Harmony High School empowers each student to actively direct their own learning. As our name suggests, students will work to find new harmonies in order to restore balance that has been lost in our coastal communities, finding new ways of sustaining ourselves in an uncertain future.
Learning at New Harmony happens through the lens of coastal restoration and preservation. Each student works on relevant, rigorous projects, and engages with the community through interest-based fellowships, working alongside mentors on real problems.
Students graduate as individuals who practice resilience and understand ecology – the interconnectedness of people, land, air, and water. They are prepared for college, career, and beyond, knowing they have already made a significant impact here in Louisiana.
New Harmony High School educates diverse problem solvers rooted in their communities and informed by a greater social and environmental context.
We are connected to the environment and each other.
Our work is relevant and rigorous.
We value relationships.
We seek balance.
We prepare for the future.