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.
At McGehee, technology is an integral part of the learning experience. We do not simply teach computer classes. Rather, technology is used to enhance our curriculum and to teach our girls the skills they need to be successful and to keep pace with constantly changing technological advances.
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.
Academically qualified seniors may pursue a rigorous independent course of study and upon completion of this mentorship, graduate with distinction on their McGehee diplomas.
Beginning in Pre-K, service takes many forms during a student’s tenure at McGehee and permeates everything she does. No young women 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. Girls from Pre-K to senior year know they are expected to be the best friend, the best student and the best person they can be.
Olivia Blackwell LeBlanc ‘13 won the prestigious Geoffrey Beene Design Scholarship Award bestowed by the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). This includes a $25,000 award to be used for her senior year tuition...
Cynthia thought she was joining the Tulane Law School faculty in 1975 to teach. She did not realize she would be effective outside of the classroom as well, actively helping reform existing Louisiana laws...