Admission Process & Calendar

November 13, 2017  Archdiocesan Application

Catholic elementary schools will distribute the Archdiocesan Application to students. Archdiocesan Applications will also be available online at www.archdiocese-no.org/www.theacademyofourlady.org or may be picked up in the main office at Academy of Our Lady.

November 15, 2017  Archdiocesan Application Due

Completed Archdiocesan Applications are to be returned to the applicants' Catholic elementary school. Catholic elementary schools will send Archdiocesan Applications directly to Academy of Our Lady, accompanied by students' transcripts, standardized test results and first-quarter report cards.

Students who are not enrolled in Catholic elementary schools are to deliver the completed Archdiocesan Application, transcripts, standardized test results from the three previous years and first-quarter report cards directly to Academy of Our Lady by Friday, November 17, 2017.

January 6, 2018  Application Day

Application Day for prospective students is held on campus. Testing for high school placement is conducted and the Academy of Our Lady application for admission along with required documentation is due on this day.

The Academy of Our Lady application for admission is different than the Archdiocesan Application form submitted in November.

January 2017   Admission Interviews

Student and parent interviews are held at Academy of Our Lady.

February 22  Decision Letters

Decision letters are mailed to all applicants.

February  Registration

Registration will be held for accepted applicants.

Late April   Welcome Night

Welcome Night for new pre-freshmen and new freshmen will include announcement of scholarship winners.

For more information contact the Admission's Office at 504.341.6217 ext. 212.

 

5501 Westbank Expy
Marrero, Louisiana 70072

504.341.6217

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