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Leadership High School4
Posted March 14, 2015
- a community member
Leadership is great for my nephew. He's an outgoing kid that is into sports. He always attended small catholic schools so Leasership is a good fit for him. He has really excelled academically and socially. If you are looking for a small, close knit school environment for your child, give Leadership a look.
We are now in our beautiful new building!! Leadership is a great school. The staff provides a lot of attention to the students. This is a very good school there is a lot of communication from the staff to the parents. As a current parent we have been very happy the intervention and support my daughter has been receiving in regards to her IEP needs. A child with a learning disability will appreciate received the benefits of having a supportive and dedicated staff. I am grateful for the Resource Team and for our advisors.
Leadership High is, in my opinion, one step away from a continuation-type high school. If a kid can't handle the rigors of regular high school, they end up here. The "smaller" school setting ensures someone will "hold their hand" all the way to community college (if they don't drop out, that is!). The vision is there, however, the effort is lacking. I passed on this "charter school" for my daughter and opted for private school for a more well-rounded educational opportunity (athletics, music, community).
Leadership is a great great school my son graduated from Catholic school and he well adjusted; it's like a family. The Direction is amazing energetic person and teachers, advisors, clerical staff are amazing too. My oldest son graduated from a catholic high school near by and I regret paying all that money because my son Josh is receiving better education than him. I totally recommend this school. Oh and we are getting a new building!!!
I am a junior at LeaderShip High School, my experience here at LHS has shaped me in many diffrent ways and helped me grow as a student. When I first came to this school as a freshman I was nervous that I wasn't going to succed. But with the assistance from teachers and peers I noticed that they believe in me and I could succed in this school. I hope that every one that goes here after me have the same experience.
I have two sons attending Leadership. My youngest is on the Autism spectrum and my oldest is a senior. Both have received the benefits of having a supportive and dedicated staff. I am grateful for the Resource Team and for our advisors. My senior is looking forward to the college application process and my youngest is feeling like he is in a space that really understands his needs as a learner. Leader What? Leadership!