Livingston Collegiate is a Collegiate Academies high school led by Principal Evan Stoudt. Founded with 9th grade in the fall of 2016, Livingston Collegiate will add a grade each year. We currently serve 9th through 11th grades, and we will see our founding class graduate in the spring of 2020.
Location: 7301 Dwyer Rd, New Orleans, LA 70126
Phone Number: 504.503.0004
Fax Number: 504.324.0322
Livingston Collegiate started with 9th grade in 2016. Livingston Collegiate added 10th grade in 2017 and will add 11th grade in August 2018.
In the 2016-17 school year:
Livingston earned an “A” letter grade with an SPS score of 115.9, the highest score of any open-enrollment high school in Orleans Parish.
93% of our students scored good or excellent on their End of Course exams.
Our students grew an average of 2.4 years of reading and 2 years in math.
Livingston Collegiate will empower all students to graduate from college and lead the world.
Our mission sets the stage for the work that we – students, families, and staff – will all undertake together. It is far-reaching and inspiring. We look to it in major moments of difficulty and instances of joy. We say it with conviction. Our mission exists to remind us of the world we wish to live in and the academic outcomes all of our students deserve.
Our values shape daily life at Livingston Collegiate. Together, our mission and values lend us insight into the culture that must exist in our school. We derive all of our actions, programs, and successes from the actions that our mission and values inspire.
Drive: We are motivated. Find the energy to tackle any obstacle.
Courage: We are powerful. Never hesitate to act according to your beliefs.
Excellence: We are focused. Seek perfection through action.
Empathy: We are connected. Demonstrate deep understanding for all people.
Enthusiasm: We are joyful. Lead with constant and genuine positivity.
Teamwork: We are united. Earn success through collaboration and trust.
Evan Stoudt is the founding principal of Livingston Collegiate and a native New Orleanian. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Music from Loyola University of New Orleans. In his previous role as Sci Academy’s Freshman Dean and Algebra I teacher, Evan supported 9th grade scholars, teachers, and advisors to develop and maintain a positive, challenging, and rewarding academic experience for each year’s freshman class. Before joining Collegiate Academies, he taught middle school math as a Teach For America corps member in New Orleans.
Evan was the proud advisor to the Loyola Wolves Advisory, Class of 2016 and is nervous and eager to see his boys graduate from college and change the world.
If you are interested in supporting our work at Livingston, you can make a donation through our school store or support a staff member’s Donors Choose Project!
9th Grade Courses
Math (Math Essentials, Algebra I, or Geometry)
Earth & Environmental Science
Global Justice (World Geography)
High School Success Class
10th Grade Courses
Math (Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II / Pre-Calculus)
Elective: Digital Media or Theater
High School Success Class
11th Grade Courses
Math (Geometry or Algebra II / Pre-Calculus)
Elective: Digital Media or Theater
College Success Class
Bard Early College
Bard Early College (BECNO) is a selective program offered to 11th and 12th graders at Livingston. Livingston students accepted into BECNO take liberal arts style, seminar courses at Bard’s campus on St. Claude Avenue. Students earn both college and high school credit through this program and could finish high school with up to a year’s worth of college credit. Learn more at http://www.bard.edu/ecno/.
New Orleans Technical Education Provider
New Orleans Technical Education Provider (NOTEP) provides students with skilled craft training in both electrical and carpentry work. Livingston students who choose to participate in NOTEP take one course on NOTEP’s campus each day. Students earn both high school credit and industry-based credentials through this program. Learn more at https://www.notep.net/.
Operation Spark is an after-school and summer program for students interested in computer coding and web development. Operation Spark teaches students the core concepts of computer programming, basic front-end web development skills, and provides students with an understanding of the role computation can play in solving problems. Livingston students who participate in Operation Spark take courses once a week after school or during the summer. Learn more at https://operationspark.org/.
Livingston Collegiate believes that academic and athletic excellence go hand-in-hand. We encourage all students to tryout for our teams and all students and families to cheer on our athletes!
Cheerleading (Fall & Winter)
Dance (Fall & Winter)
Boys’ Basketball (Winter)
Girls’ Basketball (Winter)
Track & Field (Winter & Spring)
All students at Livingston Collegiate participate in clubs through Flex Block. Flex Block is an hour and a half in the middle of our day that allows students to pursue passions, receive extra academic support, and spend time with their friends between our core academic classes. Students are able to choose their three “Flex Blocks” to fit their interests and needs. To see some of the Flex Blocks offered at our school, look at the list below.
Clubs Offered During Flex Block
Black Student Union
Circle of Wolves
Green Gathering (Environmental Club)
Wolves Management Team (Sports Team Management)
Yoga & Meditation
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