For fifty-one years, Archbishop Rummel High School has been the source of quality Catholic education for the people of East Jefferson and the surrounding New Orleans area. As an archdiocesan boys’ Catholic secondary school for grades 8 through 12, Archbishop Rummel High School is dedicated to providing an exemplary educational experience with a caring Christian environment.
This experience is aimed at fully developing the spiritual, intellectual, creative, athletic and social maturity of each student in light of the Gospel and the traditions of the Roman Catholic Church. Archbishop Rummel High School strives to develop within each student a sense of purpose, a love of God, self and others and a strong respect for life.
Archbishop Rummel High School welcomes all applicants who can benefit from and contribute to the Lasallian traditions of faith, community, and service. Students of any race, ethnicity, religion, academic ability, or socio-economic background are encouraged to apply. The Archbishop Rummel High School experience is not limited to the academic, social, or athletic elite.
All applicants for initial admission are selected according to evaluation of cumulative records and standardized test scores from elementary schools as well as personal interviews with a school representative. The following requirements must be met by all applicants: satisfactory academic and conduct grades and favorable recommendations from principals and disciplinarians of previous schools. Students applying must also have a genuine interest in and understanding of Archbishop Rummel High School.
All prospective students are encouraged to attend a Spend-a-Day, visit the campus at the Open House on October 25th, and have a personal, one-on-one conversation with school leadership and students at one of the many admissions events offered each year.