Thurgood Marshall Early College High School

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Thurgood Marshall Early College High School was a high school in Gentilly, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. [1] The Recovery School District (RSD) and UNO New Beginnings Schools Foundation were the administers of the school. [2]

Gentilly, New Orleans New Orleans neighborhood in Louisiana, United States

Gentilly is a broad, predominantly middle-class and racially diverse section of New Orleans, Louisiana. The Gentilly neighborhood is bounded by Lake Pontchartrain to the north, France Road to the east, Bayou St. John to the west, and the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to the south.

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In May 2010, the first senior class graduates from Thurgood Marshall Early College HS. In July 2011, the school merged with Greater Gentilly High School to become Lake Area New Tech Early College High School. [3]

Greater Gentilly High School was a high school in Gentilly, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. The Recovery School District (RSD) was the administer of the school.

Lake Area New Tech Early College High School was a former high school in Gentilly, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States. The New Beginnings Schools Foundation ran the school. The school was established in July 2011 as a result of a merger between Greater Gentilly High School and Thurgood Marshall Early College High School.

Pierre Capdau Early College High School

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  1. "History of the New Beginnings Schools Foundation". newbeginningsnola.net. Archived from the original on 2015-12-28. Retrieved 2015-10-04.
  2. "Thurgood Marshall Early College High School". education.com. Retrieved 2015-10-04.
  3. Chang, Cindy. "Parents and students at Greater Gentilly High School speak out against consolidation with UNO-run school." Times Picayune . Tuesday January 25, 2011. Retrieved on August 5, 2012.
  4. 1 2 "History of the New Beginnings Schools Foundation". newbeginningsnola.net. Retrieved September 4, 2019.