Brother Martin Admissions
Welcome from the Assistant Principal for Admissions!
Mr. Carlos Bogran III ’99
Welcome to Brother Martin High School’s Admissions section of our website. Please do not hesitate to call the Admissions Office at (504) 283-1561 (ext. 3022) with any particular questions regarding Brother Martin High School or the Admissions process for incoming 8th or 9th grade students. Please click here to join the Admissions mailing list today.
Carlos Bogran III ’99
Assistant Principal for Admissions
Important Admissions Information
For 8th & 9th grade applicants, Brother Martin requests that parents gather their son’s cumulative elementary school record which includes:
- Current first quarter report card
- Transcripts and Standardized test scores for the last three years
- The recommendation of elementary school principal’s and/or teachers
The following considerations are used in admitting prospective students to Brother Martin High School:
- The student’s priority of choice in selecting Brother Martin
- The overall elementary school record
- An interview with each applicant and his parents.
Activities Available to your Son
- The ACT Average for the Class of 2015 (100% tested) is 24.4 (National Average is 21.0, Louisiana State Average is 19.4). Honor graduates and AP Students earned an ACT Average of 30.1.
- Approximately 77% of the Class of 2015 was eligible for the TOPS Scholarship and 75% of those recipients qualified for the Performance or Honors Award.
- The Class of 2015 qualified for scholarships in excess of $19.2 million.
- In 2014 – 2015, 85% Brother Martin students taking the AP course and exam in Calculus, Chemistry, English Literature and Composition, English Language and Composition, United States Government and Politics, United States History, Physics, and World History scored three or higher, which qualifies them for college credit in that content area.
- Honor Graduates from the Class of 2015 earned an average of 18 college credit hours upon graduation.
- 99% of our graduates are offered college acceptances. The remaining 1% enlisted with a branch of the United States Armed Forces.
- The Class of 2015 collectively performed in excess of 23,400 hours of service to the community.
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