• N. P. Trist Middle School

    Mission:

    It is the mission of N. P. Trist Middle School to provide students a safe environment and the educational opportunities necessary to reach their highest potential in becoming life-long learners and responsible members of a diverse society.
     

    Vision:

    The vision for Trist Middle School is to become a REFLECTIVE, FOCUSED, DRIVEN and then an UNCOMMON professional learning community that nurtures students, and each other, academically, emotionally and socially to ensure a teaching and learning environment that fully prepares EACH student to be THE TOP PERFORMERS at Chalmette High School, and from there to be college and career ready.
     

    Our School at a Glance:

    • We serve 6th – 8th grade students and offer several elective choices
    • High School Credit offerings: Algebra I, English I, Journey to Careers
    • District Middle School Teacher of the Year American Petroleum Institute Science Teacher of the Year
    • 2015 District Middle School Student of the Year 2016 District Middle School Student of the Year
    • Metro League Champion Sports Teams including Baseball, Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Soccer and Swimming
    • Competition-Winning Spirit Performing Groups including Cheerleaders, Dance Team, Twirlers, Flag Team, Riflemen
    • Award Winning Band Program – New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation Grant winner: Archdiocese Honor Band participant
    • Committed to community; service projects include the American Cancer Society, United Way, Leukemia Lymphoma Society
    • Yearly theatrical performances – The Little Mermaid, The Wizard of Oz
    • A wide selection of extracurricular activities and organizations to choose from: Academic Games, Beta Club, Builder’s Club, Drama Club, 4H Club, Library Club, Math Club, Pirate Press Newspaper, Pirate Pride in the Morning News Show, STEM Club, Yearbook Club
    • 2016 6th Grade Winner of the Nation-Wide World War II Museum Essay Contest
    • Participants in National Academic Games and State Beta Convention