The academic program of Arden Cahill Academy is open to all students of average and above average ability regardless of race, color, sex, handicap condition, religion, and national or ethnic origin. The criteria for placement is as follows: completion of tour, test results, academic and behavioral records, vital records of birth, health, and previous evaluations, date of application, class availability, and personal interview. After reviewing student data, eligibility is determined by the principal; and the parents are informed of acceptance, denial, or conditions of acceptance. Upon notice of acceptance, all fees and tuition payments are due as directed. Students will not be admitted to class unless all accounts are in order.

The first step in the Arden Cahill Academy admissions process is a tour of our campus. Tours are scheduled weekly and will provide you with an opportunity to tour the facility, visit classrooms and to learn more about the philosophy, goals, and curriculum of the academy. During the tour, you will also have the opportunity to ask questions. After the tour you will receive a packet of information that contains additional information about our school, details about our application process, and a schedule of tuition and fees.

Please email us at or call us at (504) 392-0902 for more information about our registration process.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Professional Evaluations

Professional evaluations will be required based on the following criteria:

  1. poor classroom achievement,

  2. poor test scores,

  3. teacher recommendations,

  4. observations indicating possible learning disabilities,

  5. behavior.

When any evaluation is performed on a student or an applicant to our school the following procedure is in order:

  1. A copy of the evaluation is submitted to the principal as soon as the evaluation is received.

  2. Professional agencies will submit a copy to the school upon request.

  3. The principal may conduct a conference with the parents to discuss the recommendations made.

  4. The principal may then conduct a conference with the teacher(s) to decide if accommodations in the classroom can be made for some or all of the recommendations.

  5. The evaluation will be filed in a confidential folder, not in the student's cumulative folder, and will be destroyed when the student leaves the school.