Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School first opened its doors over forty years ago in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Since then, it has expanded to offer classes for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade students, the majority of which come from the MBS Church parish community. Based on Gospel values and Diocesan learning standards, the school's broad curriculum
seeks to develop the whole child - spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional, and physical. MBS is nationally recognized by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement and is a 2013 National Blue Ribbon School awardee.
By the Numbers
MBS is home to 520
students and 63
faculty and staff members.
Classes have an average size of 24
Our faculty has an average of 13
years of teaching experience.
of our faculty members hold Master's Degrees.
of our faculty members are MBS alumni.
Third through eighth grade is 1:1
with Chromebook technology.
MBS hosts 14
athletic teams and 17
of the 2019-2020 eighth grade class went on to Catholic high schools.
"My children attend school here, and the community of MBS can't be beat. This is our home." - Lauren Stevens, Kindergarten teacher
"I loved my time at MBS as a student and wanted to be a part of the small, familial community as a teacher as well." - Erica Chester, 1st grade teacher
"I grew up attending MBS and loved my time here as a kid. I always wanted to come back and teach here." - Marcy Watts, 2nd grade teacher
"MBS creates a positive environment where the kids learn AND have fun." - Kylie Harbin, Middle School English teacher
"At MBS, we educate our students with both rigor and love." - Holly Wilder, Middle School math teacher
"MBS is large enough to have the resources to be academically sound, but small enough that we know the students and the students know us." - Celeste Rabalais, Testing Room Coordinator
"I am thrilled to be able to teach at a school where we put God and family first." - Becca Muller, SCOOP Coordinator