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East Baton Rouge Parish Public Schools

East Baton Rouge Parish Public Schools is a public school district headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States.

The district serves most of East Baton Rouge Parish; it contains approximately 90 individual schools: 56 elementary schools, 16 middle schools, and 18 high schools.

The portion of East Baton Rouge Parish in the City of Baker is instead served by the City of Baker School System.

Zachary residents attend the Zachary Community School Board schools.

Central residents attend the Central Community School System schools.

Policies and programs

The district requires all students to wear school uniforms, except Baton Rouge Magnet High School and McKinley Senior High School.[1]

The district also partners with The Cinderella Project of Baton Rouge, a charity that provides free prom dresses to public high school students who cannot otherwise afford them.

List of schools

Elementary Schools

Zoned

  • Audubon Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Banks Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Belfair Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Bernard Terrace Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Broadmoor Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Brookstown Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Brownsfield Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • Buchanan Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Cedarcrest-Southmoor Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Claiborne Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Crestworth Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Dalton Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Delmont Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Dufrocq Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Eden Park Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Glen Oaks Park Elementary School [1] (Unincorporated area)
  • Greenbrier Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • Greenville Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Highland Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Howell Park Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Jefferson Terrace Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • La Belle Aire Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Lanier Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • LaSalle Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Magnolia Woods Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Melrose Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Merrydale Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • North Highlands Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Northeast Elementary School (PK-6th) (Unincorporated area)
  • Park Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Park Forest Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Parkview Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Polk Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Progress Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Riveroaks Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • Ryan Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Scotlandville Elementary School (Baton Rouge) (formally Harding Elementary)
  • Sharon Hills Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • Shenandoah Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • South Boulevard Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Twin Oaks Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • University Terrace Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Villa del Rey Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Wedgewood Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Westdale Heights Academic Magnet (Baton Rouge)
  • Westminster Elementary School (Unincorporated area)
  • White Hills Elementary School (Unincorporated area, near the City of Baker)
  • Wildwood Elementary School (Baton Rouge)
  • Winbourne Elementary School (Baton Rouge)

Alternative

Preschool

  • Southdowns Preschool (Baton Rouge)

Middle Schools

Zoned

Alternative

  • McKinley Middle Academic Magnet School of Visual & Performing Arts (Baton Rouge)
  • Mohican Education Center (Baton Rouge)
  • Sherwood Middle Academic Magnet (Baton Rouge)
  • Staring Education Center (Baton Rouge)

7-12 schools

High Schools

Zoned

Alternative

Former schools

Teachers from the Philippines

Teachers from the Philippines with H-1B visas who were employed at district schools have sued the district and two employment agencies over fees they were charged.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Uniform Policy General Guidelines." East Baton Rouge Parish Public Schools.
  2. ^ "Zachary School Board sets hearing on fiscal plans." The Advocate.
  3. ^ "Attendance Zones." East Baton Rouge Parish School Board.
  4. ^ "Precedent-Setting Decision Issued in SPLC Teacher Trafficking Case". Southern Poverty Law Center. December 20, 2011. Retrieved December 20, 2011. 

External links

  • EBRPS home page
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