The curriculum at Archbishop Rummel High School has been carefully developed to carry out the school’s Lasallian mission and provide academic excellence. The curriculum is periodically reviewed and, when needed, revised to meet changing standards and requirements. At all times, certain criteria for achieving academic success and excellence remain constant and focused across the curriculum. These include:
The 4- and 5-year programs of studies at Archbishop Rummel High School are designed to meet or exceed all criteria established by: Louisiana Department of Education (state graduation requirements), Louisiana Tuition Opportunity Program for Students (TOPS scholarships), and Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS school accreditation standards).
In cooperation with Southeastern Louisiana University, Archbishop Rummel High School
students complete college-level courses. These courses are taught by Archbishop Rummel
High School teachers on the Archbishop Rummel High School campus, in partnership with
Southeastern Louisiana University professors.
The students earn both high school and college credit that goes on the Archbishop Rummel
High School transcript and on a Southeastern Louisiana University transcript. The credit
is transferable to all public universities and colleges in the state of Louisiana and to many
other colleges - including private universities in Louisiana and colleges outside the state.
The college credit counts towards the student’s eventual college grade point average.
Archbishop Rummel High School
1901 Severn Ave.
Metairie, LA 70001
Archbishop Rummel High School educates each student according to the principles of the Catholic Church in the Lasallian tradition of faith, community, and service. In a caring, disciplined environment of social awareness and academic excellence, Archbishop Rummel High School challenges each student to recognize the dignity of life and to develop and share, to the best of his ability, his unique talents.
Archbishop Rummel High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, or disability in violation of state and federal law or regulation in administration of its educational policies or programs.