Alcée Fortier High School was a high school in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana that served grades 8–12. It was located five blocks away from McMain Secondary School.  History The school opened in 1931 and was named for the renowned professor of Romance Languages at Tulane, Alcée Fortier.  Originally Fortier was an all-boys school. 
Discover opportunities to ease the financial burden of private education and pave the way for academic success. Alcee Fortier High School (Closed 2006) in New Orleans, LA serves 925 students in grades 8-12. View their 2023-24 rankings, test scores, reviews and more.
Alcee Fortier High School Alcee Fortier High School on Freret Street never reopened after Hurricane Katrina; the building now houses Lusher Charter middle and high schools. Here,...
On Saturday, men and women from the 1965 graduating class of Alcee Fortier High School will get together at Ron Forman’s Aquarium of the Americas to celebrate the 50th anniversary of...
Alcee Fortier High School, the former name of the building now occupied by Lusher Charter's high school, remains visible as protesters march to against racial bias and discrimination in...
The Alcée Fortier school building on Freret Street, now home to Lusher Charter School, will be renamed soon, according to NOLA Public Schools. Alcée Fortier High School closed in 2006, but Fortier’s name remains with the building that now serves as Lusher’s secondary school campus.
This original of the Fortier High School Alma Mater, in the hand of the composer, Leonard Denena, was found among his mementos. As his godchild, I am proud to have scrapbooks and documents from his musical career.
Fortier taught French in the city high school for a time. He was hired as principal in the preparatory department of the University of Louisiana.  In 1880 Fortier was elected professor of French in the University of Louisiana. He was reelected when it became Tulane University.
Alcée Fortier High School was a high school in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana that served grades 8–12. It was located five blocks away from McMain Secondary School. The former Alcée Fortier High School, later the secondary campus of Lusher Charter School, and more recently the Willow School.
Alumni of Alcee Fortier High School in New Orleans, Louisiana Pages in category "Alcee Fortier High School alumni" The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.