Finally Some Good News Out Of Baton Rouge As A School Plans To Reopen

The Christian Life daycare in Baton Rouge is still open for business. It was not affected by the flooding. In addition they’re accepting children, 0 to 3 years old, who have been displaced by flooding.

The Christian Life Academy campus was also not affected by the flooding. It will reopen on Monday, August 22nd.

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Here’s the press release they sent us:

Christian Life Academy campus has not been affected by the historic flooding, so please know that the Christian Life Daycare is currently open for business. Additionally, enrollment is now open for all children including those that have been displaced from their schools for ages 0 to 3 years old.

Beginning Monday, August 22, Christian Life Academy will re-open. We are also opening enrollment for any student including those who have been displaced from their current school for grades K-3 through 12th grade.

For questions regarding enrollment for either the Daycare or the Academy, please contact Jessica Robb, Superintendent, at 1-225-769-6760. You can also visit our website at for more information.

As far as we know, this is the first school that plans to reopen in Baton Rouge since the flooding devastated the city. This will give at least some Baton Rouge children a return to a sense of normality.

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