“At Camp, I liked learning about God while I was having fun.”
The Good Shepherd School opened in 2001 as a safe environment for at-risk children in New Orleans. Children receive an excellent education, paid for by benefactors. The school program includes enrichment activities, small student to teacher ratios, and a faith based curriculum.
AREA OF IMPACT: Greater New Orleans Area
Fewer than 30% of our students live in married, two-parent homes.
More than 95% of students qualify for free or reduced lunch program.
SERVING THE COMMUNITY: The Good Shepherd School serves the community through
Extended day schooling 7:30-5:00
Drug and Alcohol Education
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Ozark for All & The Good Shepherd School:
In 2014, seventeen students from The Good Shepherd School attended Camp Ozark for the first time.
“I think that Niyla’s positive experience at Camp Ozark will have a lasting impression on her.”
“They had the time of their lives, especially because they got to try activities they had never experienced before.”
“I’m glad my son got to experience Camp Ozark because it has a Christian foundation, he got to meet new people, and he had so much fun.”
- Shemane Pepe