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Enroll at The NET

Now Enrolling!

Enrollment is closed at both schools for the semester.  Please click this link to get on the list for a January start!

If you are joining us from CLA or the Expulsion Center, come see us as soon as you get your placement and we will get you enrolled right away.

Please see the Enroll NOLA website for more info or call The NET for more information.

Interested but not sure the next step? Click here and someone from The NET will give you a call

 

New Orleans One App

The NET participates in the EnrollNOLA One App system.  Therefore all applications and enrollment decisions are facilitated through the EnrollNOLA Family Resource Centers, rather than directly by The NET staff.  For information on the One App Process, please visit the EnrollNOLA enrollment website.

 

EnrollNOLA Family Resource Center Locations

Family Resource Centers are open 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM, Monday – Friday and can be reached at (877)-343-4773.

 

Enrollment

Once EnrollNOLA has notified you of your admittance to The NET, you must come to The NET and complete an Enrollment Packet.  This information is necessary in order to enroll you in the school and schedule your classes.

The NET: Central City
(504) 267 9060
1614 Oretha Castle Haley Blvd.
New Orleans, 70113
(between MLK Blvd. and Jackson Ave.) 

The NET: Gentilly
(504) 267 9765
6601 Franklin Ave.
New Orleans, 70122
(on the corner of Leon C. Simon and Franklin Ave.)

 

 

 

Non-Discrimination Assurance

The NET Charter High School is open-admissions high school; students are not discriminated against based upon prior academic achievement, school behavioral records, intellectual level, ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, income level, disability, proficiency in the English language, or any other grounds that would be unlawful. There are no entrance exams or tuition required to attend The NET Charter High School.  Click here for the full policy

 

  "I would tell anyone that is even thinking about attending the NET to go for it, don’t second guess it!"

         -2012 Graduate