Mission & Vision

Our mission and vision are to nurture students to be academically STRONG as well as socially and emotionally resilient.


Einstein Schools function as a community-centered public school district.


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Our Schools

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Who We Are

Einstein Schools was founded in 2005 and currently operates 4 public schools with rich histories before the formation of Einstein as a Charter Management Organization. Admission to any school in the Einstein network is open to all New Orleans children, including those with special needs and Limited English Proficiency. Students are admitted by way of the OneApp system in partnership with New Orleans Public Schools. Across the network, 90% of students are from low-income households; 30% are current and former English Language Learners, and 15% are unique learners. About 58% of our students are African American, 30% are Latino, 1% white, and 12% Asian. Additionally, 95% of Einstein's student body primarily live in the New Orleans East community. Authorized by New Orleans Public Schools, Einstein Schools  are held strictly accountable to the state for student performance. 

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Current & Future Employees

Greetings Einstein Stakeholder!

On behalf of Einstein Charter Schools, we thank you for your donation to our organization on GiveNOLA Day 2021. Your donation will positively impact every student’s socio-emotional wellness in school.

We appreciate your kindness and hope that you will consider consistently giving with assurance that all donations support our amazing students.

With thanks,

Mrs. Daniels-Hall

Interim CEO


Thank You Mayor Cantrell

We, The Olympians of Sarah T. Reed would like to send a heartfelt Thank You to Mayor Cantrell for visiting our school to provide words of encouragement and motivation prior to testing. 


We appreciate our partners: 

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