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Our Results

Each year, The NET Charter High School strives to better meet its students' needs and to achieve greater goals as related to its mission of providing students will the skills, confidence, and experiences necessary for them to succeed in the education and career paths of their choice.


The average NET student enters the NET working far below grade level. Generally students skills upon entering the NET are as follows:

Despite these significant challenges, each year NET students have improved their test scores, and in most cases outscored their peers in comparable schools. The NET is the highest performing alternative school in New Orleans, and once of the highest performing in Louisiana.


The NET believes that learning and growing is about a lot more than academic skills and test scores. For NET students to meet their potential, they must have the behavioral and social skills to face and persist through the challenges of being a young person in New Orleans.  

NET students enter school with considerable challenges:

Thus the NET focuses on building strong relationships, providing students with individualized supports, and using restorative approaches. Through these research-based practices students gain the confidence to be their best selves.


In order for NET students to practice their skills and confidence in the real world, the NET organizes excursions in and out of the city, individual student trips in and out of state, and most importantly, professional internships. Click here to learn more about The NET's Internship program.

Graduation & Life after The NET

Over 250 students have graduated from the NET with Louisiana State Diplomas. Most importantly, they are employed, continuing their education, and contributing to our community. 

Click here to learn where NET graduates are today

Student Reports

Click here to learn what NET students say about The NET

Annual Reports

For details of our school and students' growth, review our Annual Reports below: