American Leadership Academy's San Tan Valley campus received a grant from bestselling author James Patterson to support their school library. In addition to the grant, the Scholastic Reading Club is also matching each dollar of Patterson’s donation with “bonus points” that teachers can use to acquire books and other materials for their classrooms.
The American Leadership Academy Ironwood's High School JV Volleyball team competed in the state championship tournament last Saturday.
Between preparing healthy food, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, Leading Edge Academy nutrition professionals have a lot on their plate.
Leading Edge Academy Mountain View had the honor of hosting Brian Bausch (as seen on America’s Got Talent) for Cowboy Day on Tuesday, April 12.
Legacy Traditional School District, the largest K-8 charter school district in Arizona, has been awarded, a district-wide accreditation. Legacy Traditional joins just 13 other school systems in the state to be fully accredited and became the second K-8 school in San Tan Valley to receive this honor. The decision came following an extensive review process conducted by a five-member external review team from AdvancEd, the world’s largest educational community. During the weeklong review process, the team observed the learning environments at the district’s campuses and collected thousands of documentary records. In addition, the team conducted 169 interviews with founders, board members, administrators, teachers, support staff, students and parents.
On February 26, 2014, EDUPRIZE students Jesse Dominguez, Jonah Galindez and Thomas Richardson participated in the 2014 National History Bee Phoenix Regional Finals. Eighth graders Dominguez and Galindez scored well enough during this contest to qualify for the National Finals event, with Dominguez placing 10th in the Phoenix region.
Below you will find a letter from Glenn Way, President of ALA Schools, to the ALA community regarding their recent approval from the Arizona Board for Charter Schools to open the Anthem Campus for the 2014-2015 school year.
Last week, American Leadership Academy was planning to open their new campus in Florence, across from the Florence Hospital at Anthem. They appeared shocked to learn that the State Charter School Board denied their occupancy request and students were sent scrambling to find somewhere to go to school.
According to the minutes from the July 8th State Charter School Board meeting however, Janna Day made the motion to deny the request to add a new site to the charter contract of American Leadership Academies, Inc. for the reason that the charter holder has not demonstrated the capacity to implement operational systems that comply with statutory and contractual responsibilities regarding attendance reporting at its current sites as evidenced by the information contained in this report. Further, the Board directs staff to monitor the charter holder’s attendance reporting at least through February of the 2013-2014 school year prior to consideration of expansion by this charter for a subsequent school year. The motion was seconded by Stacey Morley and passed unanimously.
The Arizona State Charter School Board voted Wednesday night to deny American Leadership Academy's newest campus located in northern Florence from opening. The message below is a response from ALA Administration:
The American Leadership Academy, San Tan Valley Campus, sent the following letter out to its students this morning. We couldn't help but share such great news!
It's time to officially share with you some very exciting news about American Leadership Academy.
This year, EACH and EVERY ONE of our elementary campuses received an "A" rating from the Arizona Department of Education.
Freedom Christian Academy won the Pinal County Mock Trial competition that was held on Friday, March 8, 2013 at the Pinal County Superior Court in Florence.
Freedom Christian Academy also won the Best Direct Examiner award for Malinda Blazek, Best Cross Examiner award for Brittnay Marsh, and Best Opening Statement by Moriah Salerno.