Glen Oaks Magnet High School was made a 6th-12th grade school starting in the 2019-2020 academic year. Middle school instruction for 6th-8th grades occurs mainly in the L Building, while the rest of the campus is mostly reserved for high school instruction (9th-12th grades). Middle and high school students share use of common areas such as the cafeteria, library media center, and the open quad area in the center of campus, while also maintaining separation between the two groups. Explore this webpage to learn more about the exciting course offerings and instructional support that students in both of these groups have access to!
GOMHS provides a large array of course offerings to its 9th – 12th grade students! Per state requirements, all 9th and 10th grade students pursue a similar curriculum of core academic courses. By the time they become upperclassmen, our 11th and 12th grade students have decided to pursue the Jump Start TOPS Tech Career Diploma and/or the TOPS University Diploma. Students have the potential to complete these pathway requirements through a variety of course offerings, including but not limited to:
Middle school students get the best of both worlds at GOMHS! They get the instruction and core course offerings of a traditional middle school while also getting to learn on a high school campus. Many of their elective teachers instruct both middle and high school classes.
Glen Oaks Magnet is proud to offer four unique programs in the EBR School System for students who demonstrate an interest and aptitude for medical, health, and radio broadcasting careers. Students are eligible to enroll during Grades 9 – 11. GOMHS is excited to host a medical magnet program, as well as a health science, sports medicine, and radio broadcasting curriculum! Through a multitude of projects, internships, unique lessons, and more, students are able to “try out” a career before they begin their formal post-secondary education in it. The application period for all four programs is open from October 5, 2020 through December 2, 2020 for the 2021-2022 academic year, so if you are interested in applying now is the time to submit your application! For more information about these programs, students and families should visit the “High School Programs” page on the EBR Magnet website or the Glen Oaks Magnet Programs website.
Glen Oaks Magnet is excited to announce that it is piloting the district’s new “Pathways to Brighter Futures” program for the East Baton Rouge Parish School System. Ninth graders who are enrolled in the program are dual enrolled at the same time at Baton Rouge Community College! Students who successfully complete the program will graduate with both a high school degree and an associate degree.
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Glen Oaks Magnet High School offers multiple magnet themes including Medical Magnet, Health Sciences, Sports Medicine, and Radio Broadcasting. The vision of the magnet program is to engage students in a rigorous curriculum focused on college and career readiness, as well as, provide students with opportunities to explore medical/allied health sciences and broadcasting professions while fostering an environment for self-discovery.
In addition, students are eligible to enroll in Honors, Advanced Placement, and Dual Enrollment courses providing they meet requirements.
A combination of teamwork from the school, an involved group of parents, a proud community and eager students enables the magnet students to be better prepared for career and college readiness. Glen Oaks Medical Magnet Program is your best choice for a quality education!
During Summer 2021 it was announced that Glen Oaks Magnet High School would have the honor of piloting the district’s new Pathways to Bright Futures program. Interested 9th graders enrolled in both high school AND Baton Rouge Community College that fall! Besides taking high school courses, these students enrolled in two dual enrollments courses in the fall and two dual enrollment courses. These courses are designed to be team taught by a community college professor and a high school teacher.