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Second Semester Funds

Great news! Second semester funds will arrive on December 6. It is always a good idea to begin researching courses now for the spring semester.

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National School Lunch Program

iLEAD is gathering data for its Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). If you’d like to help us gather data by submitting a National School Lunch Program (NSLP) form, the directions can be found…

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Picture Day!

Picture Day is coming soon for iLEAD Exploration learners! Mark your calendars for October 27 in Orange County and Los Angeles. Orange County 360 Learning Studio Trinity Cristo Rey Lutheran…

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2016-2017 Funding Announcement

Tell a friend! Full funding is available for learners fully enrolled by September 21. Please complete the Intent to Enroll here!

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Welcome to iLEAD Exploration!

Dear Families, The 2016-2017 school year is upon us! The first day of school is tomorrow, and your EFs are excited to invite you to park days and/or orientations in…

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iLEAD in the News

‘Grandfather’ of Project-Based Learning Joins iLEAD Thom Markham, an internationally respected education consultant and project-based learning guru, has joined the iLEAD Schools advisory board and will help the nonprofit charter…

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Welcome Back!

Hello, Dear Families! We hope you are having an exceptional summer! We are excited about the upcoming 2016-2017 school year! Many awesome developments are under way including many newly added…

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2016-2017 Funding Announcement

Interested in enrolling? Please complete the Intent to Enroll here!

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Dearest Mothers, We are so inspired and grateful for your deep love and immeasurable influence on your beloved family! We wish you a very special day with your loved ones….

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US Teens Win International Rocketry Challenge

Throughout the United States, police officers are beginning to wear body cameras. Should principals in America’s public-school systems follow their example? Continue reading

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