Ranked in the Top 1 percent of the nation’s public high-schools, LSMSA offers a variety of benefits for the state’s brightest up-and-coming students, including a credentialed faculty, small class sizes, college-level curricula, and a diverse environment and student population.

The public is invited to join the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts (LSMSA) at the Louisiana Culinary Institute, located at 10550 Airline Hwy in Baton Rouge, on Thursday, December 13 at 7 p.m. A representative from the school’s Enrollment Services Office will be available to answer questions and present information about the school. Eighth, ninth and tenth graders and their families are encouraged to attend and learn more about the school’s unique academic opportunities and exciting student life.

Ranked in the Top 1 percent of the nation’s public high-schools, LSMSA offers a variety of benefits for the state’s brightest up-and-coming students, including a credentialed faculty, small class sizes, college-level curricula, and a diverse environment and student population.

All students live in residence halls under the supervision of a full-time residential life staff, emphasizing the importance of individual responsibility for the students that attend. As a public-funded, secondary school, LSMSA does not charge tuition, although a nominal room and board fee and some class-specific fees may apply. Inability to pay will not prevent qualified students from enrolling. Financial aid is available.

Graduates from LSMSA have enrolled in many of the nation’s top colleges, including Columbia University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Yale University, Vanderbilt University, Pratt Institute, Harvard University and Stanford University. For a full list of Informational Meetings, visit www.LSMSA.edu/infomeetings. LSMSA’s application for admission is free and online at www.LSMSA.edu/apply.

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