A new educational option that prepares students to be in the driver’s seat of their own learning and to navigate a path toward the lives they imagine for themselvesEnroll for K - 2
Creating a space where kids can be kids and giving everyone the opportunity to grow confident in themselves
The Leadership School exists to grow our students’ leadership capacity through earnest engagement in an academically rigorous, culturally relevant, and relationship-oriented environment.
Students from The Leadership School will be recognizable by the leadership they display in every facet of their lives by achieving their own life goals, adding value to group projects and group work situations, and addressing societal needs in an equitable and inclusive manner.
Our inaugural year is well underway and we could not be more excited about the young leaders in our building.
Applications for 2023-24 will open later this fall but we are still accepting and reviewing applications on a rolling basis for first grade and second grade students.
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We believe that a culture built on these core values will create a safe and supportive learning environment that represents the essence of our school. We believe children who are cared for, and believed in, will develop the capacity to believe in, and care for, themselves and others.
We will know that our students are on track to be leaders of themselves, their futures, and their communities when they have mastered specific academic skills, and personal and interpersonal effectiveness competencies. Our Graduate Outcomes help orient us towards the definition of leadership that matters most for our students.
Students seek diverse perspectives, listen attentively and value the ideas and opinions of others.
Students solve problems and effect change by combining diverse ideas to generate creative solutions.
Students pursue engagement with rigorous content and learning experiences, achieve at and above grade level, and persist towards meeting academic goals.
Students take charge of their academic goals, monitor and direct their own learning, and develop clear and prioritized plans with their end goals in mind.
Students use knowledge of their strengths, passions and learning styles to initiate opportunities for learning and leading.
Students create new—and work within existing—organizations to positively contribute to valued causes and community goals.