Magnet School Programs
The application to attend a magnet school for the 2021-22 school year has now closed.
Jefferson Parish Schools is pleased to offer several magnet schools specializing in STEM, Arts Integration, International Baccalaureate and Dual Language Immersion. Enrollment is application based and seats are granted on a first come, first serve basis.
Magnet School New Resident Applications
2021-22 Magnet School Application Guidelines and Frequently Asked QuestionsProgram Information
Arts Integration Programs
The comprehensive arts integration program is designed for students who have a strong interest in dance, drama, music, and art as well as for students who want a challenging academic experience. The curriculum is designed to incorporate the arts into the core classes to help deepen and broaden student understanding while adhering to the state mandated learning objectives and parish policies.
- Clancy-Maggiore Elementary
- Lincoln Elementary
International Baccalaureate Program
IB programs develop the whole student, helping students to grow intellectually, socially, aesthetically, and culturally. They provide a broad and balanced education that includes science and the humanities, languages and mathematics, technology, and the arts. They instill a sense of responsibility towards others and towards the environment. IB programs also give students an awareness and understanding of their own culture and of other cultures, values, and ways of life.
- Riverdale High
- Ehret High
Language Immersion Program
The dual language immersion program develops student proficiency in a second language while providing a foundation in fundamentals of language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science. The program fosters an understanding of and an appreciation for Louisiana’s cultures and those of other areas and countries.
- J.C. Ellis School
- Boudreaux Elementary Boudreaux (Spanish)
STEM schools provide a curriculum and learning experience that is based on four specific disciplines: science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). There is an emphasis on engaging students in inquiry-based learning focused on solving real-world problems. Students work productively as teams using the engineering design process, and engage in cross-curricular and project-based learning.
If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions Office at (504) 349-7792.
- Judge Lionel Collins Elementary
- Washington Elementary
Magnet School Virtual Tours
Lincoln Elementary School Tour
J.C. Ellis School Tour
John Ehret High School Tour
Judge Lionel Collins Elementary School Tour
Clancy-Maggiore School Tour
Boudreaux Elementary School Tour
Riverdale High School Tour
Washington Elementary School Tour