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New Orleans, LA — June, 2021 A recent partnership between Scholars and NFL player Terron Armstead of the New Orleans Saints led to the opening of New Orleans’ first Scholars location. The education center, located in Old Metairie Village Plaza, opened its doors this month. Scholars of New Orleans marks the third franchise location across the country.  

Armstead is an American football offensive tackle for the Saints and has been a member of the New Orleans community since being drafted in May 2013. Over the years, Armstead has invested in the community through his Terron Armstead Foundation to bring after school programs, summer camps, events, and mentorships to the area. Armstead continues to give back to the New Orleans community through his partnership with Scholars—the new facility provides students of all ages with a space for empowerment, growth, and access to impactful educational resources. 

Scholars connects students with attentive teachers and a comprehensive curriculum that improves on their weaknesses while continuing to maximize their strengths. With programs designed to foster lifelong growth, Scholars of New Orleans aims to help students realize their full potential and overcome challenges.

The new education center, made possible by Armstead, provides personalized tutoring programs and delivers results that matter to families in New Orleans. The center offers a world-class curriculum facilitated by qualified, caring teachers that leads to success, both inside and outside the classroom.


Alexis Smith
Scholars Education
Email: NOLA@ScholarsEd.com

About Scholars Education

Founded in 1999, Scholars Education is a leading tutoring and supplementary education service that offers research-driven proprietary programs in all subjects for students from Kindergarten to High School. Scholars Education’s focus is developing analytical and thinking skills, so students become self-aware, real-world thinkers who can take the skills they learn far beyond the classroom.