Listen to Mr. Rowan, Queen Creek Junior High history teacher, share his story from September 11, 2001. The tragic events Mr. Rowan experienced as an NYC police officer inspired him to write the children's book "Jake the Bombed Out Bomb Dog."
Welcome to the American Leadership Academy blog! This page is the perfect place for parents, teachers, community members, and the public to learn more about ALA’s culture, programs, and R.A.I.S.E values through various fun and engaging posts. Readers will also find articles with helpful guides and tips on topics from academics to sports with contributions by our charter school leaders, including ALA teachers, staff members, and directors.
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American Leadership Academy, Queen Creek 7-12 has been recognized as a top high school and charter school! Learn more about our ranking and school statistics.
Learn about the importance of preschool, explained by American Leadership Academy's Preschool Director, Jasey Capron, and enroll in our Little Leaders Program, today!
At American Leadership Academy while we are proud of our excellent “A” Ratings at our elementary schools, we also take pride in teaching our students to demonstrate "excellence" in and out of the classroom through our RAISE values.
American Leadership Academy Gilbert South Elementary teacher Cheryl Ramirez was honored as the 2018 Hometown Hero Award by Queen Creek’s Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club at a special ceremony at the Gilbert school on Sept. 28.
We asked ALA QCHS students who’ve been there to share their advice for making the most of their high school years! Here’s what they had to say:
Check out these important health topics and tips to keep in mind as your kids start back up at school.