The public is invited to attend a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of Louisiana Key Academy Caddo Campus on Tuesday, August 8, at 10:30 AM. Additionally, the school will continue to hold Open Houses for potential students and parents throughout July and August.
- Friday, July 21, 5 PM–7 PM | Parent Only Information Session @ Centenary College)
- Thursday, August 3, 4 PM–6 PM | Open House
- Tuesday, August 8, 10:30 AM–Noon | Ribbon Cutting followed by Open House
- Tuesday, August 8, 4 PM–6 PM | Open House
Open houses and Ribbon Cutting will be held at Louisiana Key Academy Caddo Campus at 261 Arthur Ave in Shreveport’s Broadmoor Neighborhood. School leaders will be on-site with more information for prospective students, parents, and teachers. Free dyslexia screenings will be available at Open Houses for potential K–4th Grade students for the 2023–2024 school year. Children with dyslexia may have difficulty with spelling but show great imagination. They can be described as slow readers but fast thinkers. If your child is struggling with reading, please attend an open house or contact the LKA Caddo Principal, Pamela Barker, to see if Louisiana Key Academy would be a good fit for your child.
“LKA Caddo has assembled a team of passionate and dedicated educators and staff. We are committed to providing a superior education for students with dyslexia in our community,” said Pamela Barker, LKA Caddo Principal. “We have openings available in each grade level and are currently enrolling students.”
Louisiana Key Academy Caddo Campus will open in August 2023 and is a tuition-free public charter school serving children with dyslexia. LKA offers an innovative and effective evidenced-based curriculum within a full-day program for children with dyslexia. The Caddo campus will open in Fall 2023, serving grades K–4, and scale to accommodate K–8 over the next few years. Though located in Shreveport, students of all districts and surrounding parishes are eligible to attend if accepted.
At LKA Caddo, ensuring the safety of students and staff is of utmost importance. All staff and visitors are required to present proper credentials to gain access to the campus. The campus has also undergone updates to include security cameras, high-security fencing, and other safety measures to guarantee students a safe learning environment.
LKA is a 501c3 run by a volunteer board of directors in Baton Rouge, with campuses across Louisiana. LKA Caddo is seeking donations to complete the conversion of the campus. Donations made to LKA Caddo will be used locally.