Newman is committed to providing an exceptional education to highly motivated and high-achieving students in New Orleans."
Our emphasis on strong relationships combined with a challenging curriculum fosters growth while also providing the security that promotes intellectual risk taking. We also believe that financial need should never be an impediment to receiving the best education possible.

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  • $2.1 million

    In the 2015-16 school year, Newman awarded more than $2.1 million in aid to 200 of its students.
  • 21%

    Approximately 21 percent of the students at Newman received financial aid.

Malone Scholarship Program

In 2010, Newman received a $2 million endowment gift from the Malone Family Foundation to establish the Malone Scholar Program, allowing the School to recruit academically gifted and talented students with demonstrated need in grades 7 through 12 to attend Newman. This gift will perpetually fund scholarships to motivated top students based on financial need and merit.

Qualified candidates must: 

  • be a U.S. citizen;
  • be a rising 7th - 12th grader in the top 5 percent of his/her class as identified by school records, standardized test scores, or other recognized assessment methods;
  • qualify for funding of at least 30 percent of his/her tuition through the school's financial-aid qualification process;
  • show evidence of enthusiasm for and motivation toward maximizing his/her educational opportunities;
  • receive scholarship funding to extent of need exclusively from the Malone Scholarship Program.

Download the Malone Scholar Program description and Scholarship Application here

Jackie Wolff Scholarship

Isidore Newman School and the family of Jacquelyn “Jackie” Wolff ’75 are partnering with the Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans and the Federation’s Newcomers Incentive Program to offer up to $20,000 a year in need-based scholarships. These Newman scholarships are for the children of Jewish families who have chosen to relocate to New Orleans. They are available to students entering grades 6 through 12.

The Jackie Wolff Scholarship honors the life of Jackie Wolff, a graduate of Newman’s class of 1975. Jackie was the daughter of Leonard M. Wolff, Sr. and Frances Sontheimer Wolff, Newman’s class of ’46, and sister of Len Wolff, Jr., Newman’s class of ’69, and Sue Wolff, Newman’s class of ’71. After graduating from Newman, Jackie enrolled at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut. Tragically, Jackie was killed by a drunk driver in Austria while spending her junior college year abroad. According to Midge Dean, a friend who knew and loved Jackie, “She was a natural, blessed with beauty, intelligence, and a sense of humor. Her energy, maturity and poise propelled her to leadership responsibilities that she fulfilled with enthusiasm. She excelled in scholastics, gymnastics – anything she undertook. More important than these qualities was an innate sensitivity that enabled her to reach out to the disadvantaged, the older generation, animals and the environment. In her short life, Jackie made a difference and touched the lives of many.”

Merit Awards

Applicants to Newman may be considered for one of several nominal merit awards. Please contact the Admission Office for additional information.
1903 Jefferson Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70115
Phone: 504.899.5641
Fax: 504.896.8597
Open 7:45 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
An independent,
co-educational,
non-denominational day
school in New Orleans for
early childhood through 12th grade