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Prospective Cadets

Prospective applicants in Orleans Parish should apply to NOMMA through the OneApp process. The link to apply is enrollnola.org. Outside of Orleans Parish applicants and Active Duty Military Families transferring into the New Orleans Area, please fill out the 2016-2017 NOMMA Application and return it to NOMMA in person, by mail, or fax. Applications are available at the school or may be printed from this link.

Open Houses 5:30PM to 7:00PM

2016:
October 24th
November 28th
December 12th

2017:
January 30th
February 20th
March 20th
April 24th
May 15th

Prospective applicants and parents are required to attend an Open House as a placement criteria. Everyone must arrive no later than 6:00PM to receive credit for attending. All applicants are encouraged to apply between November 1 and February 24. Available seats are limited after the first round of enrollment which ends February 24.

Bus Routes

The following routes will be monitored during the first two weeks of school to identify adjustments to stops and bus loads.

Bus Routes 2016-2017


The New Orleans Military/Maritime Academy (NOMMA) is a Type 2 charter high school serving students in the New Orleans Metropolitan area. NOMMA is dedicated to the education of high school students, no matter their background or previous school experience. Students at NOMMA study in a focused, college preparatory environment guided by a team of teachers and retired military instructors who bring unparalleled experience to the classroom. All NOMMA students are cadets of the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training Program. The mentoring support provided by the JROTC instructors and instruction from the master’s level academic faculty ensures that cadets achieve their personal and academic potential. The acquisition of core knowledge and the skills of analysis, problem-solving, communication, and global responsibility will ensure the cadets success as future local and national leaders.