Thanks to our small class sizes, our students learn that there is enormous potential and power in being in an all girls’ environment. McGehee is a school of girls for girls. Our students understand that they can do anything because here girls fill every role.
We know that choosing an independent school comes with a large financial commitment. A significant portion of our student body receives financial assistance to help cover the cost of tuition; we work hard to make our offerings accessible and inclusive.
Our low student to teacher ratio encourages girls to question, participate, lead and excel. At McGehee, each girl finds her voice, strives to meet her potential and deliver her best. Our extraordinary faculty respects the way girls learn and teaches with a curriculum that goes beyond the walls of the classroom.
Beginning in Pre-K, service takes many forms during a student’s tenure at McGehee and permeates everything she does. No young woman leaves McGehee without knowing that her place in the world involves service to others.
McGehee’s Honor Code is the oldest in the city, adopted in 1921 along with its essential partner self-government. The Honor Code is one of the defining elements at McGehee and serves as a moral compass with an emphasis on self-accountability.
Lucy Bryan’s motivation for her mentorship was to answer the question: why does sexism still exist despite the fact that most people in our country agree no one is superior to others simply because of their sex?...
Julia Beery ‘19 explored the idea of Nature-Deficit Disorder: that our distance from nature in our everyday lives has impacts on our own physical and mental health as well as how we treat the environment....
Louise S. McGehee School is a private independent all-girls school for Pre-K through grade 12 and open to all qualified girls regardless of race, religion, national or ethnic origin.
Notice of Non-Discrimination and Compliance with Title IX
Based on receipt of federal financial assistance through a Paycheck Protection Program loan administered through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) under the CARES Act, the School acknowledges its obligation to prohibit discrimination, harassment, or retaliation on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, citizenship status, genetic information, handicap or disability in admissions, access, employment, tuition assistance, educational policies, or other school administered student and employee programs and activities. Questions regarding the School’s compliance with the application and administration of the School’s nondiscrimination policies should be directed to Julee LaPorte, firstname.lastname@example.org, 2343 Prytania Street, New Orleans, LA 70130, 504-561-1224, or to the U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) or to the SBA. Please refer to the School’s SBA Non-Discrimination and Title IX Compliance Policy on the School’s website for information on how to file complaints with OCR or the SBA.
This notice will remain in effect until the School has satisfied and paid off the SBA Paycheck Protection Loan.