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  • The average public school diversity score in Louisiana is approximately 0.40 per year (2018-19).
  • The most diverse public schools are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The most diverse school in Louisiana is currently Grand Caillou Elementary School, with a diversity score of 0.79.

Most Diverse Public Schools in Louisiana (2018-19)

  • School Diversity Score Grades Location
  • HoumaGrand Caillou Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.79
    Grades: PK-43933 Grand Caillou Road
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)879-3001

  • HoumaAcadian Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-41020 Saadi Street
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)876-0612

  • HoumaGrand Caillou Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: 5-82161 Grand Caillou Road
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)563-4488

  • ZwolleZwolle Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.75
    Grades: PK-6743 Championship Drive
    ZwolleLA 71486
    (318)645-6294

  • KennerWalter Schneckenburger Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: PK-526 Earnest Street
    KennerLA 70065
    (504)443-1236

  • ZwolleZwolle High School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: 7-12649 Championship Drive
    ZwolleLA 71486
    (318)645-6104

  • MarreroAllen Ellender School
    Diversity Score: 0.73
    Grades: PK-84501 East Ames Boulevard
    MarreroLA 70072
    (504)341-9469

  • MetairieJ.c. Ellis Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.72
    Grades: K-8801 Brockenbraugh Court
    MetairieLA 70005
    (504)833-7254

  • EltonElton Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.72
    Grades: PK-5614 Powell Road
    EltonLA 70532
    (337)584-2892

  • MetairieHarold Keller Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.72
    Grades: PK-55301 Irving Street
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)887-3836

  • HoumaEllender Memorial High School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: 9-123012 Patriot Drive
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)868-7903

  • Belle ChasseBelle Chasse AcademyCharter School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: K-8100 Fifth Street Nas Jrb
    Belle ChasseLA 70037
    (504)433-5850

  • HoumaElysian Fields Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: 4-6700 Hibernia Place
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)876-2041

  • New OrleansBenjamin Franklin High SchoolCharter School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: 9-122001 Leon C. Simon Drive
    New OrleansLA 70122
    (504)286-2600

  • GretnaThomas Jefferson High School For Advanced StudiesMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: 9-1217 Gretna Blvd.
    GretnaLA 70053
    (504)363-4300

  • KennerChateau Estates Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.71
    Grades: PK-84121 Medoc Drive
    KennerLA 70065
    (504)464-5662

  • MetairieElla Dolhonde Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: PK-5219 Severn Avenue
    MetairieLA 70001
    (504)837-5370

  • MetairieJohn Q. Adams Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: 6-85525 Henican Place
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)887-5240

  • GretnaGretna No. 2 Academy For Advanced StudiesMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: PK-5701 Amelia Street
    GretnaLA 70053
    (504)366-3582

  • New OrleansJefferson Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: PK-54440 Jefferson Highway
    New OrleansLA 70121
    (504)733-9461

  • WestwegoMildred S. Harris Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: PK-51805 Bridge City Avenue
    WestwegoLA 70094
    (504)436-4626

  • LafayetteS.j. Montgomery Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.70
    Grades: PK-5600 Foreman Drive
    LafayetteLA 70506
    (337)521-7750

  • HoumaHonduras Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: PK-3530 Grand Caillou Road
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)872-5695

  • New OrleansRiverdale High School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: 9-12240 Riverdale Drive
    New OrleansLA 70121
    (504)833-7288

  • Morgan CityMorgan City Junior High School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: 6-8911 Marguerite Street
    Morgan CityLA 70380
    (985)384-5922

  • MetairieT.h. Harris Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: 6-8911 Elise Avenue
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)733-0867

  • MarreroL.h. Marrero Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: 6-84100 Seventh Street
    MarreroLA 70072
    (504)341-5842

  • MetairieGreen Park Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: PK-51409 North Upland Street
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)466-0205

  • MetairieBissonet Plaza Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.69
    Grades: PK-56818 Kawanee Avenue
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)887-0470

  • MetairieJ.d. Meisler Middle School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: 6-83700 Cleary Avenue
    MetairieLA 70002
    (504)888-5832

  • GretnaL. W. Ruppel Academy For Advanced StudiesMagnet School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: 6-8815 Huey P. Long Avenue
    GretnaLA 70053
    (504)349-7768

  • BurasSouth Plaquemines High School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: 7-1234121 Highway 23
    BurasLA 70041
    (504)595-6335

  • MetairieInternational School Of Louisiana Jefferson ParishCharter School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: K-88101 Simon Street
    MetairieLA 70003
    (504)934-4875

  • MontegutPointe-aux-chenes Elementary School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: PK-41236 Hwy. 665
    MontegutLA 70377
    (985)594-2131

  • HoumaOaklawn Junior High School
    Diversity Score: 0.68
    Grades: 7-82215 Acadian Drive
    HoumaLA 70363
    (985)872-3904

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