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The mission of Saint Rosalie is to know, to love, and to serve God by providing an academic environment, in which students are challenged enriched and motivated to reach their potential.

Mrs. Aleda's Class Dissect Crawfish
Cup Stacking
Our Annual Visit to Wynhoven
Celebration in the Oaks
Look what's going on in art class
"My Buddy and Me"
Field Trip to the Pumpkin Patch
Sr. and Jr. Flag Football
A "Wet Welcome Back"

Archdoicese of New Orleans
From the Principal's Desk  

From The Principal's Desk

St. Rosalie School prides itself on the mission to know, to love and to serve God by providing an academic environment, in which students are challenged, enriched and motivated to reach their potential.  We, at St. Rosalie School, recognize and apply the three – fold purpose of Christian education; teach doctrine, foster community, and serve others.

We nurture a child centered education helping each student to realize his or her potential intellectually, spiritually, socially and physically.

We recognize that parents are the chief educators of their children. We encourage parental involvement at every stage of the child’s development.

We strive to preserve the strong family spirit that is traditional to this parish of which St.  ...READ MORE

Blue Ribbon SchoolSouthern Association of Colleges and Schools
St. Rosalie School is SACS Accredited and has been recognized twice as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence.

To learn more about this special accreditation and recognition, please click on the appropriate logo.

School News

Surprise Visit from Sam
Thanks to Ms. Wenzel and the drama club, Ms.Mitzie ans Mrs. Comeaux received a nice surprise. Their daughter/sister Samantha made a surprise visit to school as she returned home from her tour of duty. Her niece Abigail was also thrilled to have her aunt back home. Sam is a St. Rosalie alumni. We are all very proud of her and her military service to our country.  ...

Special Events

Student Council Visits Baton Rouge
Student council took a field trip to Baton Rouge.They toured the new capital building, where they meet and visited with Rep. Patrick Connick. They learned about the history of Huey P. Long and where he was shot in the capital.They sat in on a legislative assembly meeting and was introduced to the committee members. They sat and had lunch on the grounds of the old capital building before their tour. The student finished the day with a visit to the Louisiana State Museum. Two group participated in a Louisiana history trivia game. The "non-winners" of the game got to dress up and entertain us with a skit and song. It was not only an educational and interesting day but the weather was beautiful.  ...

Statement of Policy

St. Rosalie School admits students of any race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. St. Rosalie School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin in administration of educational policies, scholarship, loan programs, athletics and other school-administered programs.