As Brother Martin High School begins its 46th year and the Brothers of the Sacred Heart begin their 146th year in New Orleans, we celebrate our accomplishments as we strive for continued excellence. We face the challenges of educational technology implementation, student recruitment and retention, facility upgrades and maintaining personal attention to our students and parents. Fortunately, we are well-prepared to meet these challenges with exceptional faculty and staff, students who are eager to learn, the traditions of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and with you, our alumni.
Generous alumni support has provided results:
Last season the Crusader athletic teams completed another successful season.
- Baseball – District Champion, State Quarterfinalist
- Bowling – Undefeated District, Bi-Regional, State Semi-finalist
- Soccer – Undefeated District Champion, State Quarterfinalist
- Tennis – District Runner-Up, Regional Runner-Up
- Track & Field – District Champion
- Wrestling – District Champion, City Champion, State Champion
Brother Martin students’ average score on the ACT is 24.8 (Honors student average is 31.1) as compared to the state average of 19.6 and the national average of 20.9.
The Class of 2014:
- earned $15 million in scholarships to colleges and universities across the nation
- 74% earned TOPS
- 57% earned TOPS Honors
- 58% faculty members with a PhD or Master’s degrees
- 36 faculty members are alumni
- Average tenure of faculty is 25 years
The Crusader Marching Band continues to achieve local and national recognition.
Our NJROTC has received the rating of Bravo Zulu, the highest rating, for 47 consecutive years.
Our students benefit from your gifts. Alumni have provided funding for the following:
- E.A. Farley Field upgrades
- Backyard Landscape improvements
- Upgraded Technology infrastructure
Your commitment is necessary to enhance our tradition of academic excellence, spiritual enrichment, extracurricular achievement and faculty distinction. Your tax-deductible alumni appeal gift is a vote of confidence for Brother Martin High School, our faculty, staff and all those who support our school.
We ask that you return the attached form whether you are able to donate or not. Our goal is to have 100% response in regards to either the forms being returned or donating on-line. The response percentage is very important when we apply to foundations for grants or donations. Your generosity is most appreciated.
Kenny Spellman ’84