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Dear Friends and Supporters, Another academic school year is well underway!   For the Los Angeles Leadership Family, this means embracing and maintaining the spirit of our Mandala Words as we strive to incre...
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To Our Parents, Staff and Students, Please Fill Out LCAP Survey

The State of California has changed the way education is funded. California now requires School Districts, County Offices of Education, and Charter Schools to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP requires us to gather input from stakeholders to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities for our school. Please take a few moments to provide your input to this important process. We are requesting parents, students and staff to complete the survey.  If you have any questions regarding this survey or LCAP, please contact each school's principal directly. Thank you for your continued support!

 

Please Click Here to Respond to LCAP Survey for the High School

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Please Click Here to Respond to LCAP Survey for the Primary Academy


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Mission

Our Mission

The Los Angeles Leadership Academy prepares urban secondary students to succeed in college or on chosen career paths, to live fulfilling, self-directed lives, and to be effective in creating a just and humane world.

High-powered, performance-based assessment, and an integrated curriculum promote critical thinking and intellectual depth, breadth, and agility. Close relationships between students and staff and attention to students' individual needs and interests promote a community of well-rounded learners.

Students have opportunities to take action on important social issues, to work alongside community mentors, and to enhance the learning power of these experiences through reflection and skill development in the classroom.

 

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Los Angeles Leadership Academy
2670 Griffin Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90031

Phone: 213.381.8484
Fax: 213.381.8489
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