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!
Stephen Trejo has served in education for over 26 years as a teacher, coach, assistant principal, principal, principal/director mentor/coach, chief academic officer, and presenter/evaluator for the National Center for Urban School Transformation and the Arizona Educational Foundation.
He is thrilled to work closely with students, families, teachers and school staff. He has experienced the fun, excitement and passion created by a shared mission which unleashes the combined energy, talents, and capacities of all involved.
His overarching desire is to cultivate conditions that empower all educational stakeholders so that every child is inspired to reach their potential by developing their innate creativity, talents, skills and initiative.
D’Artagnan Baptiste, Lexile Gain Award
We are so proud of D’Artagnan for receiving the Student Lexile Gain Award by increasing his Lexile level by 435 points.
Nash Martin, Lexile Gain Award
We are so proud of Nash receiving the Student Lexile Gain Award by increasing his Lexile Level by 355 points.
Tate Hill, Achieve 3000 Worldwide Record Breaker
We are so proud of Tate for beating the worldwide daily goal for Achieve 3000 (he scored 1007 out of 979) .
At American Leadership Academy, Queen Creek K-6, we don't just teach our students to be smart - we R.A.I.S.E them to be leaders. Learn about our R.A.I.S.E values, how we instill these lessons into each of our classrooms, and our community leadership.