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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 at myLSMSA
  • 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.
  • Get involved with the Alumni Association’s Social/Service Weekend in July.  Contact Laura Bourque ('92) or Brittany Taraba ('07) to learn more about this family-friendly weekend at LSMSA.
  • 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 [email protected]  Feel free to include photos. Be sure to include your full name and year of graduation.
 

Alumni News

List of 3 news stories.

  • Art, Sharon and Sarah - 1990

    Faculty Faves: Where are they now?

    If you think Art and Sharon Williams are institutions at Louisiana School, you’re not exaggerating. One of the school’s first employees, Sharon was hired by the late Dr. Alost in 1982 to oversee Residential Life, and Art moved from South Carolina in 1984 to begin teaching at LSMSA. These two are so Louisiana School that they were even set up by a member of the school’s first graduating class, Caprice Brown Ieyoub (‘85) of Donaldsonville. But what has the couple been up to since retiring?
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  • from an LSMSA yearbook, featuring John's role as yearbook editor

    1983 Society member John Normand ('89) supports LSMSA from across the pond

    Bunkie, La. native, England resident and 1983 Society member John Normand (‘89) continues to give back to LSMSA for a very simple reason: the school provided opportunities he never knew existed.
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  • LSMSA seniors from Natchitoches Parish recognized as Elite Scholars

    Seven LSMSA seniors were recently recognized as Elite Scholars. The Natchitoches Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Northwestern State University and the Excellence in Education Coalition hosted an Elite Scholars Ceremony on May 18 to honor select seniors living in and attending schools in Natchitoches Parish. Elite Scholars included Byron Pinckley, Andrea Chen, Gloria Church, Mary Long, David Peters, Margaret Wheat and Stephen Wheat.
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