We appreciate your interest in all the great things happening at MAX. Caring parents and a supportive community play an important role in educating our children. This site was designed to provide you with important and up-to-date information about MAX. Education changes lives, and the better informed you are, the more power you’ll have to influence and inspire our youth.
We’ve included helpful information that you may need throughout the school year. View our calendar to see upcoming events, schedules, and important dates at MAX. Read about our namesake Maxine Giardina. View messages from our Chairman Jake Giardina, the President of Nicholls State University Stephen Hulbert, and our Director Ms. Linda Musson, Teach to Teach, L.C.C.
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News and Reminders
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The Maxine Giardina Charter School Board of Directors will hold its next monthly meeting on Thursday, March 13, 2014, at 9:00 A.M. at The MAX Charter School on the Nicholls State University campus. The following Board meeting is scheduled for April 3, 2014.
The MAX Charter School is now accepting student enrollment applications for the 2014-2015 school year. Please note if you are currently on the waitlist, your application will expire at the end of the current school year, and a new application must be submitted to be considered for enrollment in the upcoming school year.
Open Enrollment Period: January 8th through February 28, 2014
Enrollment Lottery Date: March 19, 2014
Please click this link to download a copy of the application form Student Enrollment Application 2014-2015.
Admission Guidelines – The MAX Charter School will offer educational services for school children in Grades
1-8 who have been diagnosed with dyslexia or exhibit characteristics of dyslexia or a co-morbid learning
difference related to dyslexia and as identified under Bulletin 1903. Qualified students will be eligible to
attend The MAX Charter School. The MAX Charter School will not deny admission to students based on
any identified or known exceptionality as defined by The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA),
La. R.S. 17:1941, or Bulletin 1530 as long as there is a primary diagnosis of