American Leadership Academy Signal Butte K-6
Opening August 2017 - Located on Signal Butte Road Just South of Ocotillo Road
Info Night – Thursday, May 18th 6-8 PM
Come and See
Our facility won’t be finished until the end of the summer, but you can come tour of one of our existing campuses and get your questions answered.
Opening this Fall
American Leadership Academy (ALA) is happy to announce that we are opening ALA Signal Butte East K-6 for the 2017 – 2018 school year! ALA Signal Butte will be located on Signal Butte Road and just south of Ocotillo Road.
At ALA, we are building an educational institution committed to relevant education, with an emphasis on literacy development. Our team of educators is committed to the students’ experience in the classroom. Students and teachers agree to demonstrate leadership in and out of the classroom by embracing our RAISE values: Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Service & Excellence. Students will develop 21st Century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity. We are focused on helping students to become leaders while they are with us. They will be prepared to fulfill our vision: Learn, Lead, Change the World! All of this in a moral and wholesome environment. If this inspires you, and calls to you, come be a part of our family!
Enroll now for School Year 17-18!
You can enroll your student for our brand new campus today! Click the button below to begin your online Registration..
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Meet the Director
Ryan Taylor has been with American Leadership Academy since 2016. He is currently a Dean of Students and Athletic Director at the Ironwood Campus. He has worked in education for 18 years as a teacher, coach, and administrator from the elementary to college level.
Ryan holds a Bachelors Degree in History Teaching from Weber State University, as well as a Masters in Athletic Administration from Idaho State University. In the summer of 2017 he will complete a Doctorate in Educational Leadership with an emphasis in K-12 Administration from Grand Canyon University.
Ryan and his wife Tamarah have lived in Queen Creek for ten years. They have five children Lexie, Rhett, Lilie, Tyce, and Trey.
ALA Signal Butte K-6 FAQs
When will we break ground?
Construction will start in March. We will have a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate the occasion. We would love to have you join us on Thursday, April 13th at 3:00 PM to celebrate our new campus.
Will the campus be completed on time for school in August?
Yes. The construction team has built nearly 50 schools throughout the country, and they have the timing down to a science.
Will there be busing at the new campus?
Busing at ALA is determined by demand. By registering your student and requesting busing, our transportation department will be able to accurately assess the need and plan accordingly.
When will you start hiring teachers?
The hiring process has begun! We have been amazed at the incredible talent that has come forward wanting to be a part of this team. Those interested in being a part of creating the greatest school in the country should apply here.
Will your campus offer before and after school care?
Before and after school care will be determined based on the needs of our families. A decision has not been made at this time.
Will your campus offer specials?
As a Core Knowledge and classically- based school, we believe that students deserve access to a broad base of knowledge to become well-rounded members of their community. To this end, we are committed to offering music, art, and P.E. each week for students in grades K-6.
Will this campus offer the same great programs that we are accustomed to with ALA?
Yes, as part of the “best educational experience”, we are committed to implementing the same curriculum as the current campuses.
Will students wear uniforms?
Yes, the same dress and appearance standards apply at all ALA schools. Red, white, blue and gray collared shirts are the standard.
How much homework will students have?
Our mission is to “provide the best educational experience”, which includes academic rigor. But, we also believe that students should be allowed time to pursue extra-curricular opportunities and hobbies, including family time. We don’t believe in busy work—worksheets are replaced by relevant literacy building activities like reading and writing. The majority of student work will be done in class.
When can I register?
You can register now by clicking here. http://www.alaschools.org/enrollment/
How do I schedule a tour?
Click here or call (480) 420-2107 to schedule a tour. Our facility won’t be finished until the summer break, but we can give you a tour at one of our existing campuses and answer any questions you may have.
Who do I talk to if I have additional questions about the new campus?
Our campus Director, Ryan Taylor will be glad to answer any questions you may have. You can reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why should I enroll at the new Queen Creek East Elementary campus?
We are building a world-class educational institution, committed to relevant education, with an emphasis on literacy development. Our team of educators is 100% committed to the students’ experience in the classroom. Students and teachers agree to demonstrate leadership in and out of the classroom by embracing our RAISE values: Respect, Accountability, Integrity, Service & Excellence. Students will develop 21st Century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication and creativity, becoming leaders while they are with us. They will be prepared to fulfill our vision: Learn, Lead, Change the World! All of this in a moral and wholesome environment. If this inspires you, and calls to you, come be a part of our family!
New Signal Butte East K-6
22512 South Signal Butte Road
Queen Creek, AZ 85142