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LSMSA alumni are more than 5,100 graduates strong - living and working across the United States and around the world. As artists and engineers, entrepreneurs and educators, scholars and philanthropists, they're meeting global demands with the skills and knowledge developed in the classrooms, labs, studios, residence halls, and offices on the LSMSA campus.

We want you to stay connected with LSMSA.  Looking for ways to give back or get re-connected?  Here are some ideas to get you started.

Get Involved!

  • Update your contact information by completing a profile update form.
  • Refer a student. If you know of a student that would be a good fit for LSMSA, let us know by completing a referral form.
  • Send the Alumni Association a note and a photo letting your classmates know what you’re up to. 
  • Help support the future of LSMSA with a gift to the LSMSA Foundation. Contact the Foundation to learn more.
  • Participate in Connections Weekend in the Fall and share your career and life experiences with current students.
  • Host an alumni gathering in your town. Contact the Alumni Association for more information.
  • Attend LSMSA alumni events and gatherings both on campus and off.
  • Attend Reunion Weekend in the Spring. Contact the Alumni Association if you would like to help plan your next class reunion.
  • Attend LSMSA plays, speakers, athletic events, dance productions,  and other events.
 

Keep in Touch!

Our alumni are an important part of the LSMSA story, and we want to hear from you!  Births, marriages, new jobs, awards, and more. Send your updates to alumniassociation@LSMSA.edu with your full name and year of graduation. Feel free to include photos.
 

Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Tesia Stanaland Campbell (’97)

    1983 Society Spotlight: Tesia Stanaland Campbell (’97)

    LSMSA is a family tradition for Raceland, Louisiana native Tesia Stanaland Campbell (’97). With sisters who graduated in 1993 and 1996, the family originally learned about the school from a presentation in Central Lafourche. After being bullied for being different and finding classes at her home school unchallenging, Tesia’s hopes that she would be accepted for being smart at LSMSA were confirmed once she attended.
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  • 1983 Society Spotlight: Jeff Carollo (’01)

    Jeff Carollo (’01) has a lot in common with the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts. Not only was he born the same year that the school was established, the Mandeville native also shares the school’s priorities of education and the importance of giving back.
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  • 1983 Society Spotlight: Laura Gilbreath Green ('97)

    Laura started out as an army brat, but her dad retired in Fort Polk when she was nine. She then lived in Rose Pine until the age of 18. Laura heard about LSMSA from her big brother, who was a 1994 LSMSA graduate.
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