We are proud of our ALA students! 8 of our athletes signed their letter of intent to play college athletics on National Signing Day (February 5th).
You inspire us, Ms. Cleveland! Watch the 12 News segment where 4th-grade teacher Crystal Cleveland is recognized for her dedication to education.
Save the date! American Leadership Academy is hosting a district-wide College & Career Fair for our 10th-12th graders. Meet & greet with over 25+ colleges, hiring organizations, and more.
Families, join the fun at Gilbert South K-6 during our 2nd annual Touch-A-Truck event! This event is free and open to the public. Explore police cars, helicopters, and more!
Angi Coleman has been in the field of education for over 15 years. Mrs. Coleman started her career as a special education teacher, working with students in grades K-6 with various disabilities. She also taught a self contained autism class with students from 1st-3rd grades. After that, Mrs. Coleman moved into the general education classroom and taught 5th grade for several years. In 2015, Mrs. Coleman transitioned from the classroom to administration as the assistant director at the Mesa campus and in 2016 as director.. Mrs. Coleman received her undergraduate degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.
In December of 2014, Mrs. Coleman graduated from Arizona State University with a Masters degree in curriculum and instruction. She received her 2nd Masters degree from Arizona State University in Educational Leadership in May of 2018. Mrs. Coleman lives in Mesa with her husband, two children, and three cats. She enjoys long walks on the beach, traveling with her family, hiking, and trying new restaurants.
Ethan Peralta, District Spelling Bee
We are so proud of Ethan Peralta for coming in 2nd place at the American Leadership Academy district Spelling Bee.
Maggie Whittaker and MacKenzie Adams, Battle of the Books
We are so proud of Maggie and MacKenzie for coming in 2nd place at the American Leadership Academy district Book Battle
American Leadership Academy, Mesa K-6 is different from other Mesa elementary schools because our our value-based curriculum and approach to the school environment. We don't just teach our students to be smart - we R.A.I.S.E them to be leaders.