Superintendents Message
It is my sincere honor and pleasure to be the new principal of L.A. Leadership Academy High School. I love our school's mission to prepare 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...
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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Meeting of the Board of Directors, Oct 1, 2014 at 6:30pm
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Revolution Prep Gives Service Day to Los Angeles Leadership's High School Building

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Outward Bound Adventures Made My Summer 2014 Special

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Board Meeting June 19, 2014 at Los Angeles Leadership Academy Middle School Campus

The meeting will take place at;

LALA Middle School Campus

2670 Griffin Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90031

6:30 PM Pacific

to see the full agenda click here.


Special Meeting of Executive Committee of the Board of Directors of Los Angeles Leadership Academy

The meeting will take place at;

LALA Middle School Campus

2670 Griffin Avenue

Los Angeles, CA 90031

8:30 AM Pacific

to see the full agenda click here.


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LA Leadership Honors CBS Executive Nina Tassler at Yearly Gala Event

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LALA Spring Newsletter: Top Performing HS Students Get Four Year Scholarships!

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LALA Spelling Bee

C-H-I-AR-O-S-C-U-R-I-S-T.  That was the winning word for senior Steven Munoz at the first LALA High School Spelling Bee in March.


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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.

 

Los Angeles Leadership Academy
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Los Angeles Leadership Academy High School
234 East Avenue 33
Los Angeles, CA 90031

Phone: 323-227-7719
Fax: 323-227-7721