About Collegiate Academies
Collegiate Academies (CA) builds world-class public schools that prepare all students for college success and lives of unlimited opportunity. Founded in 2008 with one school and 80 freshmen, CA now serves over 2,400 students in five high schools and one post-secondary program across New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
Each individual we hire must be deeply committed to our mission of building world class public schools that prepare all students for college success and lives of unlimited opportunity, as well as our core values: excellence, action, growth, teamwork, love, and joy. Read more about our core values here.
We live out our mission and core values every day in two key ways that make us unique:
- We believe in older students. We start in ninth grade and believe that it is never too late to prepare for college success. Our students deserve a school that will prepare them for the rigorous world out there. Our students have many strengths and can truly achieve anything they set their minds to given the right supports.
- We serve every child who enrolls with us. Our unwavering belief that all scholars can reach their highest potential has driven us to create innovative programming that equips our graduates for a lifetime of success. A few of our innovative programs include: our Specialized Programs, our Restorative Programs, and our Social Justice and Change programs.
Our students, teachers and school leaders live out our mission every day in various ways. Visit our blog for some examples of what our mission looks in action.
We are looking for people who share the level of determination and responsibility we do to ensure all students succeed. We are looking for educators with an unwavering belief that every child can and will achieve their most rigorous outcome. We want teammates that will love their scholars and teammates alike and do whatever it takes to reach their collective goals. We want you to show up every day thrilled to do your life’s best work here.
Have questions about our hiring process? Visit our FAQs page.