The mission of Brother Martin High School is to form young people through a holistic education that fosters academic excellence in a caring, disciplined community which integrates Catholic tradition and the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart to meet the needs of a changing world.
Dear Brother Martin Grandparents,
Your grandson is experiencing the best and most complete college preparatory education available. Our holistic approach to education has earned us national recognition for excellence. We are all devoted to building a family spirit characterized by strong Catholic values, caring but disciplined personal attention to each student, and a consistent commitment to academic excellence.
Such an undertaking involves a concerted effort on the part of many from the wider community. The active support of our parents, alumni, friends, and yes, grandparents, is essential for us to continue to be that special school for this new generation of young men.
We welcome you as part of our extended family and we invite you to consider helping us in whatever way your time and talents allow. Your presence on campus would convey a message of tradition to our students – a message of respect for knowledge, honor, and family values. Therefore, at this time of the school year we appeal to you to consider volunteering your time and talents here at school. For more information on volunteer opportunities, please call our Alumni & Development office at (504) 284-6700 and ask for Rhen de Lanzac.
Another way you might consider helping is by a gift to the school. Your support of Brother Martin helps us to meet the challenges of providing your grandson not only with first-rate technology, but also the best education and facilities available.
The Brothers of the Sacred Heart and their lay colleagues have maintained and enhanced a tradition of excellence in Catholic education in the New Orleans area for 148 years. We are pleased that you, as a grandparent, are now part of our tradition. Along with your grandson, you are also part of our family – that exciting and multi-faceted family that is Brother Martin High School.
Please keep us in your prayers, as we do for you.
Tommy Mitchell ‘79
Assistant to the President/Development Director