American Leadership Academy (ALA) begins in Gilbert, Arizona with the acquisition of Eagles Aires, an existing charter school.
2010 - 2011
ALA Gilbert K-12 Campus is renovated | Enrollment increases from 180 to over 500 students
2011 - 2012
First ALA K-6 campus built in San Tan Valley | High School students (9-12) move to a separate campus in downtown Queen Creek.
2012 - 2013
High school students move to a brand new campus with extensive facilities including a dance studio, gymnasium, softball and baseball diamonds, and a football field. | New K-6 campuses built in Queen Creek and Mesa. | Enrollment exceeds 2500 students
2013 - 2014
A 564-seat Covey Performing Arts Center with 20 additional classrooms added to the Queen Creek high school. | 6th grade building added to elementary in Queen Creek. | All four elementary schools receive “A” rating from the Arizona Department of Education. | Enrollment exceeds 3100 students.
2014 - 2015
2014 | Growth continues with new annexes to Gilbert and Queen Creek campuses. | New facilities added to the high school including accommodations for wrestling, weight lifting, dance, choir, band, a new cafeteria, and a Career Technical Education program. | High school accepted into the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA). | Received NCAA Clearing House accreditation. | Anthem South campus opens | ALA District receives an “A” rating from the Arizona Department of Education. | Enrollments exceeds 4100 students.
2015 - 2016
Ironwood K-6 and Ironwood 7-12 Opened in Queen Creek | Enrollment exceeds 5,00 students
2016 - 2017
New Classrooms Added to San Tan Valley K-6 Campus and Ironwood K-6 Campus | Renovations at Queen Creek 7-12 Campus | Queen Creek Varsity Football team wins 3A Football State Championship | ALA District Office Built in Queen Creek | Enrollment exceeds 6,100