Education

Education in Northeast Louisiana plays a crucial role with its people. We know that knowledge breeds success and with that in mind we have continued to support and facilitate a strong educational system that consist of excellent schools and teachers. Through our educational system we are giving back to the community an educated and high qualified work force that can face the present challenges and the future. Northeast Louisiana is proud of its educational system and the potential its graduates bring to the business community.

University of Louisiana at Monroe

University of Louisiana at Monroe
700 University Ave.
Monroe, LA 71209
318-342-1000
http://www.ulm.edu

The primary purposes of The University of Louisiana at Monroe are instruction, research, creative activity, and service. Degree programs are offered by the five Colleges and the Graduate School.

Arts and Sciences

Agriculture / Art / Biology / Chemistry / Communications
/ Mathematics and Physics / Criminal Justice, Social Work and Sociology / English / Family and Consumer Sciences / Foreign Languages / General Studies / Geosciences / History and Government / Institute of Gerontology / Military Science (ROTC) / Music / Theatre and Dance

Business Administration

Accounting / Aviation / Computer Information Systems / Computer Science / Construction / Economics / Entrepreneurship / Finance /General Business /Insurance / Management / Marketing

Education and Human Development

Curriculum and Instruction / Educational Leadership and Counseling / Kinesiology / Office of Field Experiences / Psychology

Health Sciences

Clinical Laboratory Sciences / Communicative Disorders / Dental Hygiene / Health Studies / School of Nursing / Occupational Therapy / Radiologic Technology

Pharmacy

Pharmacy / Toxicology
The Department of Basic Pharmaceutical Sciences is comprised of the areas of medicinal chemistry, pharmaceutics and pharmacology. The Department participates in the teaching mission of the College of Pharmacy at both the professional (Pharm D.) and Graduate (M.S. and Ph.D.) programs. Faculty is engaged in research in synthetic and natural products chemistry, drug metabolism, drug delivery, pharmacokinetics, physical pharmacy, molecular pharmacology and biochemistry.

Graduate School

Office of Graduate Studies and Research

Academic Affairs

Provost’s Office

Grambling State University

Grambling State University
A Member of the University of Louisiana System
403 Main Street, Grambling, Louisiana 71245
1-800-569-4714 • www.gram.edu

Grambling State University emerged from the desire of African-American farmers in rural north Louisiana who wanted to educate Black children in the northern and western parts of the state. The 375-acre campus is nestled in the heart of Grambling, Louisiana, a small but growing community located in Lincoln Parish. The University is five miles west of Ruston and is within easy driving distance of the large cities of Shreveport and Monroe.

Grambling State University combines all the strengths of a major university with the personality of a small college, thereby allowing students to grow and learn in a serene and positive environment. The campus houses students in its 19 residence halls, enhances and promotes student life through its impressive student union and bookstore, and appeals to other areas of life and improvement through buildings such as the dining hall, library, intramural center, and health center. More than 800 courses and 68 degree programs are offered at Grambling. There are five colleges, including an honors college, two professional schools, a graduate school, and a Division of Continuing Education. National and local employers recruit graduates from Grambling’s excellent nursing, computer science, teacher education, and other programs.

Louisiana Tech University

Louisiana Tech University
A Member of the University of Louisiana System
305 Wisteria Street
P.O. Box 3178
Ruston, LA 71272
1-800-LATECH-1 or 1-318-257-3036
www.latech.edu

Mission

As a selective-admissions comprehensive public university, Louisiana Tech is committed to quality in teaching, research, creative activity, public service, and economic development. Louisiana Tech maintains as its highest priority the education and development of its students in a challenging, yet safe and supportive, community of learners. Louisiana Tech provides a technology-rich, interdisciplinary teaching, learning, and research environment to ensure student and faculty success.

Louisiana Tech is a four-year, selective-admissions university awarding associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees. As a comprehensive teaching and research university, you will interact with leading professors (even as a freshman) and get to do research as you explore career options. Of Louisiana Tech’s 394 faculty members, more than 80 percent hold the doctoral or equivalent degree in their fields. Software engineers, newspaper editors, published authors, practicing architects and medical doctors all bring their expertise to the classroom to enhance learning.

Semester Hour/ Quarter Calendar

Louisiana Tech University operates on a quarter calendar, but the unit of academic credit awarded is the semester hour. This is accomplished by increasing the amount of contact time per class meeting. For 3 hours of course credit, students attending classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday will be in class for 1 hour 15 minutes. Students attending classes on Tuesday and Thursday will be in class for 1 hour 50 minutes. In contrast, on the semester calendar for 3 hours of course credit, students attending classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday will be in class for 55 minutes. Students attending classes on Tuesday and Thursday will be in class for 1 hour 30 minutes. An additional 20 minutes of class lecture allows us to adjust the 9 month academic calendar from 2 traditional semesters to 3 quarters.

The minimum number of hours an undergraduate student can take to be considered full-time is 8, the maximum being 12 for one quarter. On the semester system the minimum number of hours an undergraduate student can take to be considered full-time is 12 the maximum being 18.

Center for Biomedical Engineering and Rehabilitation Sciences

The center conducts basic and applied research and provides services to address medical and rehabilitation needs. Basic and applied research in cardiopulmonary support systems is conducted and the center initiates and develops new materials and micro devices to solve biomedical problems. This team can work with local industry to create prototypes for use in production.

Institute for Micro Manufacturing

The Institute for Micro manufacturing (IFM) is a state-of-the art high technology research and development facility. As an applied research institute, the IFM contributes to the economic development of Louisiana and the nation through the invention and realization of specific types of novel environmental, chemical, and biological Microsystems, which may be commercialized through technology transfer and start-up businesses.

Center for Applied Physics Studies (CAPS)

Center for Applied Physics Studies (CAPS) provides a world class, integrated engineering and physics educational and research environment, that creates opportunities for interdisciplinary studies, the sharing of resources, and the transfer of technology from basic science to engineering application.

Louisiana Delta Community College

Main Campus
7500 Millhaven Road
Monroe, Louisiana 71203
318-345-9000
www.ladelta.edu

Louisiana Delta Community College is an open-admissions college that offers two-year degree programs, certificates, and courses for personal or professional growth. Louisiana Delta Community College was created by the Louisiana Legislature through Act 1369 of the 1997 Regular Session and Act 151 of the 1998 First Extraordinary Session in the area of the Monroe Regional Planning and Economic Development District, an area in northeast Louisiana covering the Mississippi Delta. The institution is managed by the Louisiana Community and Technical College System (LCTCS).

Whether you are a high school student or an adult, students can earn their GED while learning a trade or skill in a money earning industry. High school students can take dual enrollment courses at any one of our campuses. Students can earn associate degrees and enter the workforce or transfer to a four year university. LDCC can even off associate degrees that will allow students to transfer to a university in junior standing upon satisfactory completion.

Having recently merged with Northeast Louisiana Technical College and Literacy LINC, Louisiana Delta Community College is poised to fast track you to your career! No other institution offers the array of choices, entry and exit points and accessible campus locations that LDCC does. It offers a wide range of workforce training and community service classes that makes LDCC a “first choice” for business and industry training in the region.

Campus locations

Bastrop – 729 Kammell St.; Bastrop, LA 71221 – 318-282-0836
Farmerville – 609 West Boundary; Farmerville, LA 71241 – 318-368-3179
Lake Providence – 156 Hwy 883; Lake Providence, LA 71254 – 318-559-0864
Ruston – 1010 James St.; Ruston, LA 71273 – 318-251-4145
Tallulah – 132 Old Hwy 65S; Tallulah, LA 71284 – 318-574-4820
West Monroe – 609 Vocational Parkway, West Monroe, LA 71292 – 318-397-6100
Winnsboro – 1710 Warren St.; Winnsboro, LA 71295 – 318-435-2163

Program of Study

School of Business 
Business and Technology | Business Office Administration | Business Office Technology | ICT Computer Networking Support

School of Health Sciences 
Emergency Medical Technician | Nurse Assistant | Patient Care Technician / Phlebotomy | Practical Nursing | Registered Nurse | Respiratory Therapy

School of Technology 
Air Conditioning and Refrigeration | Automotive Technology | Barber Styling | CNC Specialist | Commercial Vehicle Operations | Diesel Powered Equipment Technology | Drafting and Design Technology | Electrician | Industrial Electronics Technology | Industrial Instrumentation Technology | Industrial Maintenance Technology | LA Transfer Science | Process Technology | Welding

School of Liberal Arts 
Care and Development of Young Children | General Studies | LA Transfer Arts | Teaching

Workforce Development

Bob Hammack
Director of Workforce Development
(318) 345-9286
bhammack@ladelta.edu

Mission
Our mission is to provide appropriate training to ensure Northeast Louisiana has a highly skilled workforce that gives area business and industry a globally competitive advantage.

We are committed to innovation, flexibility and sensitivity to business/industry needs. We consider workforce development a partnership between Louisiana Delta Community College and area businesses and industries. Our programs are designed to meet specific needs of those we serve and include credit, non-credit, certificate and customized programs delivered where, when and how our business/industrial partners feel best suits their needs.

Workforce Development is directed by personnel with extensive corporate, business and industrial experience and approaches each assignment accordingly. Unless otherwise directed by clients, the emphasis is on the practical instead of the theoretical. In addition, in each assignment, Workforce Development assesses capabilities and experience throughout the System in order to begin with the best practices in each program design.

Certified Manufacturing Specialist (CMS)

Louisiana Delta Community College can provide a variety of training programs for businesses and industries in Northeast Louisiana through the Louisiana Department of Labor’s Incumbent Worker Training Program.

The Certified Manufacturing Specialist (CMS) training program is designed to build foundational skills needed in manufacturing and represents skills needed for about 85 percent of the new industrial jobs coming to the region.

The CMS program is “holistic” in that all courses are interrelated. To be an effective employee requires knowledge skills to function in today’s fast-paced, high-tech, global business environment. Some job tasks will require use of technology. Other job tasks may require unique skills such as math or measurement. Finally, skills that increase personal effectiveness with coworkers and customers also create a better business environment. This program requires that learners integrate skills taught in all courses to enable them to perform effectively in a manufacturing environment. The CMS program is comprised of five course clusters:

Manufacturing Organizational Principles 
These courses provide insight into basic and manufacturing principles. They will develop skills for working successfully in the complex global manufacturing business environment.

Manufacturing Workforce Skills 
Workforce Skills courses are a central focus of CMS training. These courses provide development in the skills required to create positive relations and to communicate effectively in various settings, successfully work with team members to solve problems, and increase personal effectiveness.

Manufacturing Production Requirements 
These courses provide skills and knowledge of quality initiatives and methodologies.

Automated Manufacturing Skills 
These courses provide basic skills in manufacturing operations. This includes mechanical and electrical fundamentals as well as computers and automated controls. CMS can be offered in its entirety to students, or can be offered in segments to meet specific workforce needs of area businesses and industries.

Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP)

Louisiana Delta Community College can provide a variety of training programs for businesses and industries in Northeast Louisiana through the Louisiana Department of Labor’s Incumbent Worker Training Program. Opportunities include:

Small Business Employee Training (SBET)
The IWTP Small Business Employee Training Program (SBET) is designed to benefit business and industry by assisting in the skill development of existing employees through individual, standardized (off-the shelf) training. Employers are reimbursed for tuition and required textbooks and manuals once the training has been completed and proper documentation has been submitted to the Louisiana Department of Labor (LDOL). Training costs cannot exceed $3,000 per trainee per state fiscal year (July 1 – June 30). Funding is provided through the Workforce Development Training Account, at 2.3% of all IWTP funds available.

Customized Training
The Incumbent Worker Training Program (IWTP) is a partnership among the Louisiana Department of Labor (LDOL), business and industry, and training providers. The IWTP is designed to benefit business and industry by assisting in the skill development of existing employees, thereby increasing employee productivity and the growth of the company. These improvements are expected to result in the creation of new jobs, the retention of jobs that otherwise might have been eliminated, and an increase in wages for trained workers. The program is funded by a portion of Unemployment Insurance (UI) tax contributions dedicated solely for customized training.

Industrial Training

Courses listed below are just some examples of industrial training available on line at Louisiana Delta Community College.

Industrial Hydraulics 
Learn about various hydraulic pumps, actuators and pressure controls. See how directional flow and modular control valves operate and produce force inside hydraulic systems. Study maintenance practices for hydraulic systems and their accessories. Understand the basic physics laws as they apply to fluid power and the symbols represented in hydraulic schematics.

Industrial Pneumatics 
The course delivers an interactive training experience designed to help students understand the various components found in a typical pneumatic system and how these components function and interact with each other. Learn about various pneumatic compressors, air dryers, actuators and airline conductors. See how air is used as a medium to transfer energy through vacuum, as well as distribution and directional controls. Study air preparation, distribution and accessories used to make pneumatic systems operate. Understand the symbols represented in pneumatic schematics and how to read them.

Industrial Safety 
Occupational safety and health concerns are not new, nor are these concerns limited to one country or one continent. A variety of studies have been conducted that document safety and health concerns. As a result, laws and policies have been enacted to ensure worker safety and health. Safety standards and regulations exist in most countries and are similar in their requirements and their recommendations. This course covers ten common safety concerns in industrial, manufacturing, and construction environments. You will explore common safety standards, learn about procedures and equipment, and study recommended emergency procedures.

Industrial Electrical
This course covers topics related to electrical systems: circuits, basic magnetism, circuit components and electrical testers. As part of this course, students learn the formulas, laws, and basic terminology of electricity.

PLC Fundamentals 
In this course, students explore the hardware, firmware, and software that makes a PLC function. The course also examines appropriate PLCs to use for specific purposes, how to connect devices to a PLC, and how to read and write basic PLC ladder-logic software programs. By understanding how to connect to PLC hardware and function in various control systems, students build strong foundational knowledge of automation control and components.

AC/DC Motors and Drives 
Students learn how to identify and calculate the speed, torque, and horsepower of a motor, how motors and drives operate, and identify the hard-working hardware and firmware involved in motor operation. Students also learn how to match system components to their respective applications and about the safety considerations associated with operating electromechanical systems.

Industrial Mechanical 
This course delivers an interactive training experience designed to show the various components found in a typical mechanical system and how these components function and interact with each other. Learn about topics such as linear actuators, clutches, brakes, bearings, gears, drives and more. Study how these mechanical systems work and how to troubleshoot them.

Caldwell Parish Schools

Caldwell Parish High School
Public school – Grades PK, 9-12
163 Spartan Drive, Columbia, LA 71418
(318) 649-2750

Caldwell Parish Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
114 Trojan Drive, Columbia, LA 71418
(318) 649-2340

Union Central Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-6
P.O. Box 1439, Columbia, LA 71418
(318) 649-2569

Columbia Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-6
P.O. Box 1679, Columbia, LA 71418
(318) 649-2654

Grayson Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-6
P.O. Box 239, Grayson, LA 71435
(318) 649-2703

Kelly Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-6
P.O. Box 130, Kelly, LA 71441
(318) 649-7714

Monroe City Schools

Carroll High School
Public school – Grades 9-12
P. O. Box 5040, Monroe, LA 71210
(318) 387-8441

Carroll Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
2913 Renwick Street, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 322-1683

Carver Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
1700 Orange Street, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 322-4245

J.S. Clark Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
1207 Washington Street, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 322-8976

Barkdull Faulk Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
2110 Jackson Street, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 322-1300

Clara Hall Accelerated School
Public school – Grades PK-2
1000 Plum Street, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 322-8501

Sallie Humble Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
3800 Westminister Avenue, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 325-7659

martin Luther King Jr middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
3716 Nutland Road, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 387-1825

Berg Jones Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
3000 Berg Jones Lane, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 325-8982

Robert E. Lee Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
1600 North 19th Street, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 323-1143

Lexington Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
1900 Lexington Avenue, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 322-9753

Drop out Recovery School
Public school – Grades 8-12
300 Sherrouse Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-6172

Lincoln Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
4200 Elm Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 322-9533

Neville High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
600 Forsythe Avenue, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 323-2237

Minnie Ruffin Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1801 Parkview Drive, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 322-3447

Wossman High School
Public school – Grades 9-12
1600 Arizona Street, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 387-2932

Cypress Point Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
6701 Mosswood Drive, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 345-5666

Career Development Center
Public school – Grade 9 – 12
4000 Harrison Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-6179

Madison James Foster Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
1310 Richwood Road #1, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 325-7979

Thomas Jefferson Elementary School
Public school – Grades 3-5
1001 Pecan Street, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 410-1378

Sherrouse Academic Center
Public school – Grades 1-3
300 Sherrouse Avenue, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-3258

Sherrouse School
Public school – Grades K-12 – 66
300 Sherrouse Avenue, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-3258

New Vision Learning Academy
(Charter School)
Public School – Grades PK-6
507 Swayze Street, Monroe, LA 71201
(318) 338-9995

GoAL (Go-Achieve-Learn) School
Public School – Grades 3-11
300 Sherrouse Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-3258

Tensas Parish Schools

Tensas High School
Public school – Grades 7-12
Rt. 2 Box 408, St. Joseph, LA 71366
(318) 766-3585

Newellton Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-8
Post Office Box 645, Newellton, LA 71357
(318) 467-5109

Tensas Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
Rt. 2 Box 306, St. Joseph, LA 71366
(318) 766-3346

Franklin Parish Schools

Baskin School
Public school – Grades PK-8
P.O. Box 390, Baskin, LA 71219
(318) 248-2381

Fort necessity School
Public school – Grades PK-8
P.O. Box 159, Fort Necessity, LA 71243
(318) 723-4793

Crowville School
Public school – Grades PK-8
P.O. Box 128, Crowville, LA 71230
(318) 435-4749

Crowville School
Public school – Grades PK-8
P.O. Box 128, Crowville, LA 71230
(318) 435-4749

Franklin Parish High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
1600 Glover Drive, Winnsboro, LA 71295
(318) 435-5676

Franklin Alternative School
Public school – Grades K-12
5915 Highway 4, Winnsboro, LA 71295
(318) 435-9046

Winnsboro Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1310 Warren Street, Winnsboro, LA 71295
(318) 435-5066

East Carroll Parish Schools

Lake Providence Junior High School
Public school – Grades 6-8
1205 Gould Street, Lake Providence, LA 71254
(318) 559-1395

Lake Providence Senior High School
Public school – Grades 9-12
700 Martin Luther King Drive,
Lake Providence, LA 71254
(318) 559-1984

Monticello High School
Public school – Grades K-12
1046 Highway 577, Lake Providence, LA 71254
(318) 552-6366

Northside Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
328 Regenold Street, Lake Providence, LA 71254
(318) 559-2887

Southside Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1307 Gould Street, Lake Providence, LA 71254
(318) 559-0325

Morehouse Parish Schools

Morehouse Magnet School
Public school – Grades 1-8
909 Larche Lane, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-3126

Henry v. Adams Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
804 Kammell Street, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-5244

Bastrop High School
Public school – Grades 9-12
402 Highland Avenue, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-0194

Morehouse Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
1001 West Madison Avenue, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-0776

Beekman Junior High School
Public school – Grades PK-8
15190 A. M. Baker Road, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-1743

Carver Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
1510 Elm Street, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-3832

Cherry Ridge Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
6281 Cherry Ridge Road, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-2002

Morehouse Alternative School
Public school – Grades 7-8
1001 West Madison Avenue, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-0776

Delta Junior High School
Public school – Grades K-8
P.O. Box 162, Mer Rouge, LA 71261
(318) 647-3443

East Side Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
115 McCreight Street, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-2634

Oak Hill Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-2
630 Collinston Road, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-4495

Pine Grove Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
7261 Pine Grove Loop, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-1289

South Side Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
500 South Vine Street, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-4488

South Side Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
500 South Vine Street, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-4488

Career Center
Public school – Grade 9
1607 M.L. King South, Bastrop, LA 71220
(318) 281-1407

Union Parish Schools

Bernice High School
Public school – Grades K-12
P. O. Box 570, Bernice, LA 71222
(318) 285-7606

Downsville High School
Public school – Grades K-12
P. O. Box 8, Downsville, LA 71234
(318) 982-5318

Farmerville High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
300 Anthony Street, Farmerville, LA 71241
(318) 368-2661

Farmerville Junior High School
Public school – Grades 6-8
606 Bernice Street, Farmerville, LA 71241
(318) 368-9235

Marion High School
Public school – Grades PK-12
P.O. Box 67, Marion, LA 71260
(318) 292-4410

Spearsville High School
Public school – Grades PK-12
115 Highway 3265, Spearsville, LA 71277
(318) 778-3752

Farmerville Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
7195 Highway 33, Farmerville, LA 71241
(318) 368-9542

Union Parish School Away From School
Public school – Grades 7-12
P.O. Box 308, Farmerville, LA 71241
(318) 368-9715

Madison Parish Schools

Christian Acres Alternative School
Public school – Grades 6-12
507 Bayou Drive, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-1563

Madison middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
900 West Askew Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-0933

Madison middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
900 West Askew Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-0933

Madison middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
900 West Askew Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-0933

Madison High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
800 Wyche Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-3529

Tallulah Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1100 Johnson Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-0732

Tallulah Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1100 Johnson Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-0732

Wright Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
809 Wyche Street, Tallulah, LA 71282
(318) 574-4430

Ouachita Parish Schools

Central Elementary School
Public school – Grades 4-5
1163 Highway 151 S, Calhoun, LA 71225
(318) 644-5842

Claiborne School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1011 Wallace Dean Road, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 396-8200

Crosley Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-K
700 Natchitoches Street, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 325-3634

Drew Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
1132 Highway 15, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 396-7186

Jack Hayes Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
3631 Old Sterlington Road, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-4560

Highland Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-5
1501 Wellerman Road, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 396-1213

Kiroli Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
700 Kiroli Road, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 396-1118

Lakeshore School
Public school – Grades PK-6
550 Balboa Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-1173

Lenwil Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
112 Arrant Road, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 323-3604

Boley Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
2213 Cypress Street, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 387-7378

Ouachita Parish High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
681 Highway 594, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-2769

Ouachita Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
5500 Blanks Street, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 345-5100

Pinecrest Elementary/Middle School
Public school – Grades PK-8
3604 Highway 557, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 325-4331

Richwood High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
5901 Highway 165 S, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 361-0467

Ouachita Parish Alternative Center
Public school – Grades 3-12
1600 N 7th St., West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 323-5991

Riser Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
100 Price Drive, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 387-0577

Riser Middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
100 Price Drive, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 387-0567

Robinson Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
5101 Reddix Lane, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 322-1784

Shady Grove Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
2204 Ticheli Road, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 323-9941

A.L. Smith School
Public school – Grades PK-6
206 High Avenue, Sterlington, LA 71280
(318) 665-2713

Sterlington High School
Public school – Grades 7-12
233 Keystone Road, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 665-2725

Swartz Upper Elementary School
Public school – Grades 3-6
400 Lincoln Hill Drive, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-1723

Swayze Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-6
2400 Burg Jones Lane, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 325-1357

West Monroe High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
201 Riggs Street, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 323-3771

Woodlawn Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
5946 Jonesboro Road, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 325-1578

Woodlawn Middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
175 Woodlawn School Road, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 325-1575

Calhoun Middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
191 Highway 80, Calhoun, LA 71225
(318) 644-5840

West Ouachita High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
4061 Caples Road, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 249-2117

George Welch Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-5
199 Caldwell Road, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 397-1100

Calhoun Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-2
237 Calhoun Road, Calhoun, LA 71225
(318) 644-1114

Riverbend Elementary School
Public school – Grades 1-5
700 Austin Avenue, West Monroe, LA 71292
(318) 361-0155

West Ridge Middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
6977 Cypress Street, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 397-8444

Good Hope Middle School
Public school – Grades 6-8
400 Good Hope Road, West Monroe, LA 71291
(318) 396-9693

Swartz Lower Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-2
235 Swartz School Rd, Monroe, LA 71203
(318) 343-8883

Richwood Junior High School
Public school – Grades 7-8
5901 Highway 165 S, Monroe, LA 71202
(318) 651-0200

Richland Parish Schools

Delhi High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
413 Main Street, Delhi, LA 71232
(318) 878-2235

Delhi Middle School
Public school – Grades 4-8
106 Toombs Street, Delhi, LA 71232
(318) 878-3748

Delhi Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-4
509 Main Street, Delhi, LA 71232
(318) 878-2269

Holly Ridge Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-8
2306 Hwy. 183, Rayville, LA 71269
(318) 728-6495

Mangham Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
419 Hixon St., Mangham, LA 71259
(318) 248-2575

Mangham High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
P.O. Box 348, Mangham, LA 71259
(318) 248-2485

Delhi Charter School
Public School – Grades K-12
6940 Hwy 17, Delhi, LA 71232
(318) 878-0433

Mangham Junior High School
Public school – Grades 6-8
P.O. Box 428, Mangham, LA 71259
(318) 248-2729

Rayville High School
Public school – Grades 8-12
193 Hwy. 3048, Rayville, LA 71269
(318) 728-3296

Rayville Junior High School
Public school – Grades 6-8
225 Hwy. 3048, Rayville, LA 71269
(318) 728-3618

Rayville Elementary School
Public school – Grades PK-5
124 Learning Place Street, Rayville, LA 71269
(318) 728-2029

Start Elementary School
Public school – Grades K-8
883 Charleston Street, Start, LA 71279
(318) 728-2074

Richland Alternative School
Public school – Grades 6-12
3768 Hwy 15, Archibald, LA 71218
(318) 248-2461

Northeast Louisiana Private Schools

Ouachita Parish

Monroe

Excelsior Christian School
Grades PK-12
3220 Hwy 165
Monroe, Louisiana 71202
318-387-7333

Geneva Academy
K-12 Grades Classical Christian Education
224 Auburn Avenue
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-805-0116

Grace Episcopal School
Grades PK-8
1400 N. 4th Street,
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-322-5837

Jesus the Good Shepherd School
Grades K-8
900 Good Shepherd Lane
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-325-8569

Ouachita Christian School
Grades PK-12
7065 US Hwy 165 N
Monroe, Louisiana 71203
318-325-6000

Our Lady of Fatima School
Grades PK-8
3202 Franklin Street
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-387-1851

Quest School
Grades 1-8
2401 Oliver Road
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-322-6000

River Oaks School
Grades K3-12
600 Hideaway Road
Monroe, Louisiana 71203
318-343-4185

St Frederick High School
Grades 9-12
3300 Westminister Ave
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-323-4692

Nature’s Way Montessori School
Grades PS, PK, K
1010 Riverside Drive
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-322-0911

Children’s House Montessori
902 Walnut Street
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-323-0940

Macedonia Learning Center
519 Macedonia Blvd
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-322-8701

Pecanland Christian School
200 Beasley Street
Monroe, Louisiana 71201
318-343-4029

West Monroe

Claiborne Christian School
Grades PK-8
334 Laird Street
West Monroe, Louisiana 71291
318-396-7968

Faith Academy
1411 Highway 15
West Monroe, Louisiana 71291
318-396-1300

Northeast Baptist School
Grades PK-12
5225 I-20 Service Road
West Monroe, Louisiana 71292
318-325-02977

Franklin Parish

Winnsboro

Franklin Academy
Grades PK-12
2110 Loop Road
Winnsboro, Louisiana 71295
318-435-9594

Jesus Name Apostolic
Christian School
1316 Highway 555
Crowville, Louisiana
318-722-6611

Jigger Apostolic Christian School
7197 Highway 128
Jigger, Louisiana 71249
318-723-4445

Richland Parish

Rayville

Riverfield Academy
Grades PK-12
115 Wood Street
Rayville, Louisiana 71269
318-728-3281

Morehouse Parish

Bastrop

Prairie View Academy
Grades PK-12
9942 Edwin Street
Bastrop, Louisiana
318-281-7044

Mt. Zion Academy
Grades 1-23
14413 Old Bonita Road
Bastrop, Louisiana
318-281-7784

Madison Parish

Tallulah

Tallulah Academy
Grades PK-12
700 Wood Street
Tallulah, Louisiana 71282
318-574-2606

Delta Mennonite School
162 Baerg Lane
Transylvania, Louisiana
318-559-3284

Tensas Parish

St. Joseph

Tensas Academy
Grades PK-12
P. O. Box 555
Saint Joseph, Louisiana 71366
318-766-4384