Welcome to Lower Manhattan Arts Academy...LoMA is a school that cares!
350 Grand St New York, NY 10002   212-505-0143

Open House for Perspective Students & Parents

Thursday November 15, 2018

Welcome to the Lower Manhattan Arts Academy (LoMA). As you meet some of the members of the LoMA family, you will see how our school is designed to support each student’s intellectual, emotional, social and cultural development in a supportive, collaborative student-centered environment.




6:00-6:40    Plenary                                   Auditorium

LoMA Music Department                 Ms. Pierre

Guidance Counselor                           Thandi Dowridge

Students                                                Brianna Westbrooks and Jaden Velazquez

LoMA Dance Department                 Ms. Bailey

Tours                                                     Students and Staff


6:40-7:40    Meet and Greet

332     Tours                                        Students and Staff   (Ms. Sheahan))       

330     Ms. Dowridge                         Guidance Counselor

331      Parents                                     Parents’ Association

331      Ms. Louisdhon                       Special Education

329     Question & Answer               Assistant Principal                                                 


Our Mission

LoMA is a school that cares.


LoMA cares about the academic, social and artistic development of our family of learners.

LoMA’s staff cares that our students become life-long learners and responsible citizens of the world.

LoMA’s students care about academic success, creativity, community involvement and college success.

Because we all care, we work hard and support each other in order to find professional and personal success.


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In honor of Hiawatha Rutland’s outstanding contributions to the Lower Manhattan Arts Academy (LoMA) community, the school announces the creation of a scholarship in his name.... read more

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