GEO Next Generation High School, a free 9-12 public charter school, opened its doors in Fall 2019. In GEO’s College Immersion Program, students are able to take free courses on a college campus for college credits, while simultaneously earning a high school diploma. GEO Next Generation High School is a part of a network of high-quality charter schools managed by GEO Academies.

GEO Schools Among Top Charters in Baton Rouge. Governor John Bel Edwards visits with students.

Enrolling 9th-12th Grade
for 2022-2023 School Year

  • Certified Teachers
  • Small Classes
  • Individualized Attention
  • Strong, Core Knowledge Academic Curriculum
  • Free college courses
  • Transportation Provided
  • Extracurricular Programs & Clubs
  • After School Tutoring Program
GNGHS Band Wins 2nd Place at Jazz Festival
The GEO Next Gen HS band went to NOLA in April 2022 to participate in a competition at the Jazz Festival. They won 2nd place and $4,000.00 worth of band equipment. Congrats!!!!

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Are you an educator looking to have a greater impact? Be sure to attend our Educator's Job Fair. Walk through the door to a rewarding career with a school system that cares about educators and scholars alike. Better Pay. Better Benefits. Teachers Bus Drivers Classroom Asst.

Ready to accelerate your future? Enroll Now at GEO Next Gen HS where you can qualify to begin taking college courses as early as your 9th grade. Earn 60+ college credits by the time you graduate HS – that's a 2-year degree – Associate Degree -FREE.
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Congratulations to all three of our GEO schools and Thank You BRParent Readers! Check out BRParents November Issue https://bit.ly/3GMMyZP

A Big THANK YOU to BRParents Magazine's readers who voted us as Favorite Charter High School. BatonRougeParents

GEO Prep schools are featured in 225 Magazine November issue - Geo Prep’s high school students are brought to classes at the BRCC campus, enabling many of them to graduate with significant college credit.
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GEO Parents - Bus Route Information has been updated on our website. If you have not turned in an application for bus transportation, you will need to come to the school office and do so to be added to a bus route. Please see update at https://bit.ly/3inI02c

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Dear Parents/Guardians, GEO Academies is in the process of creating bus routes for students requiring transportation for the 2022 – 2023 school year. Please complete this form by Friday, July 29th to update your student’s transportation needs for next school year. Your feedback is vital to ensuring your child receives transportation for the 2022 – 2023 school year. If this form is not completed by July 29th, we cannot guarantee transportation for the first two weeks of school. Please complete one form per student. bit.ly/3PDPVqc ... See MoreSee Less
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Every year BRParents hosts a contest to showcase the top schools and principals in Baton Rouge and it's surrounding areas. This year, our school has been nominated for Favorite Charter High School, so please show your support and vote at this link: bit.ly/3yRF70k ... See MoreSee Less
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Every year BRParents hosts a contest to showcase the top schools and principals in Baton Rouge and it's surrounding areas. This year, our principal, Brandon Fontenot, has been nominated for Favorite Charter High School Principal, so please show your support and vote at this link: bit.ly/3yRF70k ... See MoreSee Less
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This is what we are about. www.goodmorningamerica.com/GMA3/video/helping-underprivileged-students-achieve-college-education-...A charter school in Louisiana is working to break the cycle of poverty in underserved communities. ... See MoreSee Less
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Some have asked for me to respond to the Texas shootings. I wanted to take a moment to reflect before doing so. Of course, it pains me to see the senseless act of violence and evil in Texas yesterday. My heart, and the hearts of all of us in the GEO family join together to pray for the families in their grief and for the beautiful souls lost. But we must do more than pray and offer our hearts and support to all families impacted by this violence and others. I’m tired of waking up and seeing these tragedies. Aren’t you?There will be continued bickering over gun rights in every state house and in Congress, too. We can’t wait for politicians to act. They are not the only ones who can help. We can help each other. We must take action to take care of one another prior to violence to prevent violence. We must do more than talk. We must seek students/individuals who are out of sorts. Those who are not associating or relating to society. Include them. Do not ostracize them. Ask if they need assistance. Provide friendship. We need to support students in their quest to make a better life for themselves, too. This is why GEO schools are set up the way they are. Hopelessness is real. And when one feels hopeless, one doesn’t care about his/her actions. That’s why someone can be so violent without regard for life. We must believe in our children. Each child has a gift. Let’s support that gift. When we instill hope and a viable path to success, people are less likely to be violent. They will feel a sense of purpose. That is what we need. So, while politicians battle it out, each of us can do our part, too. Stand up for the hopeless. Support one another. Provide a sense of purpose. Be sincere. Seek understanding. Be inclusive. I hope this will help heal individuals as well as communities and our country.Peace ... See MoreSee Less
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This past Wednesday, May 18th we honored our students with an Awards Ceremony! ... See MoreSee Less
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Aplica Ahora (2021-2022)

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GEO Next Generation High School utilizará el sistema en línea EnrollBR para el proceso de inscripción 2021-2022. EnrollBR es un proceso de solicitud común que brinda ayuda a las familias con la correcta elección de la escuela que satisfará las necesidades que sus hijos tengan. Los padres deben seguir las instrucciones a continuación para registrarse para el año escolar 2021-2022.

  1. Haga clic aquí para ir directamente a EnrollBR y comenzar su aplicación.
  2. Necesitará una dirección de correo electrónico. Si no tiene uno, aquí le brendaremos instrucciones para ayudarlo a configurar una cuenta de gmail de Google. Haga clic aquí
  3. Para obtener instrucciones sobre cómo completar la solicitud de inscripción ante de, Haga clic aquí

Para el año escolar 2021-2022, GEO Next Generation High School inscribirá los grados 9-10. La escuela está ubicada en 2355 N. Sherwood Forest Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70815. Para obtener información sobre cómo inscribirse en el actual año escolar, comuníquese con la escuela al numero telefónico (225) 314-2044.

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GEO Next Generation High School will be utilizing the EnrollBR online system for the 2021-2022 enrollment process. EnrollBR is a common application process that assists families with school choice to meet the needs of their child(ren). Parents should follow the below directions to register for the 2021-2022 school year.

  1. Click Here to go directly to EnrollBR and begin your application.
  2. You will need an email address. If you do not have one, there are instructions to help you set up a Google Gmail Account. Click here
  3. For instructions on completing the enrollment application beforehand, Click Here

For the 2021-2022 school year, GEO Next Generation High School will be enrolling grades 9-10. The school is located at 2355 N. Sherwood Forest Dr., Baton Rouge, LA 70815. For information on enrolling this current school year, please contact the school at (225) 314-2044.