GEO Receives $8.35 Million to Accelerate College and Career Readiness

Since 2001, we have focused on breaking down the barriers to college and successful careers for low-income and minority youth. We have worked with schools and families to convince students they are college capable and we’ve created a unique model to do so. We’ve developed our programs over the years to go beyond the “landscape college tours,” scholarship nights, application nights, and more, and today, we actually place students in real college and career courses as early as 9th grade. Our staff provides social and emotional, as well as academic supports throughout the student’s high school career. As a result, our students succeed and gain confidence in themselves and learn they are indeed capable of competing with others in college and career centers. Over the years, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in the number of students completing 30 or more college credits, career certifications, and associate degrees while in the schools we support.

Today, we are grateful the Indiana Department of Education announced an $8.35 million grant to GEO Foundation to support our efforts to help more students accelerate their learning in college and careers while in high school.

Today’s 14- to 18-year-olds are capable of doing so much more than high school. I’ve seen 14-year-olds complete 16 college credits, 16-year-olds complete full associate degrees, and 18-year-olds complete a full bachelor’s degree while in high school. The challenge is going beyond traditional thought and actually supporting and empowering students to take real on-campus college courses and career certification classes.

That’s what we will do with these new funds from the Department of Education.

We look forward to working with Ivy Tech, Indiana Black Expo, and our partner schools to address the learning recovery in Indiana and to help meet the state’s larger goals of more high school students graduating having earned the Indiana College Core, career certifications, associate degrees and more.

Sincerely, Kevin Teasley
Founder & President
GEO Foundation


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.

Apply Now (2021-2022)

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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.