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Presentation of Learning

Learner Spotlights: Presentations Of Learning

This year, we are excited to share an updated version of our Learner Spotlights called Presentations of Learning. We will be spotlighting learners along with some amazing projects that they…

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Welcome Back

Welcome Back – New Independent Study Requirements

Dear Exploration Learners and Families, Welcome Back! We are excited to partner with you and your family for the 2021-2022 school year. On July 1, 2021, Assembly Bill 130 was…

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MAP Testing

Fall MAP Testing

Fall MAP Testing Our Fall MAP testing window opens August 30. Assessments are a vital part of planning instruction for the year and helps your EF identify areas of strength…

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New Requirements

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs) Over the course of the 2020-2021 school year, our team will be working with you as we develop a deeper understanding of the iLEAD Schoolwide Learner…

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Robotics

Robotics Join Barnabas Robotics and explore the awesome intersection of engineering, art and creativity while building a one-of-a-kind robot! In this workshop, learners will discover how real-world engineers use electricity,…

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robotics

Robotics

Robotics Join Barnabas Robotics and explore the awesome intersection of engineering, art and creativity while building a one-of-a-kind robot! In this workshop, learners will discover how real-world engineers use electricity,…

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New Requirements

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes (SLOs) Over the course of the 2021-2022 school year, our team will be working with you as we develop a deeper understanding of the iLEAD Schoolwide Learner…

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8th Grade Promotion

Congratulations to our promoting 8th grade learners! Help us celebrate these learners by watching this video acknowledging each learner’s hard work. 8th Grade Promotion Video

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Math Intervention

Math Intervention

The beginning and end of the school year are common times for families to begin wondering if their learners need some intervention or extra support. If you are concerned by…

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MAP Testing – Finish Strong!

We are on the home stretch for the end of the school year with this final week to finish strong! Congratulations to all our iLEAD learners who have completed their…

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Art Studio Virtual Tour

Student Poster Design Contest Winners: Hope Hemsley and Mara

In March, we announced the student design poster contest for A Spark in Nothing. We are excited to share the news that iLEAD Exploration learners Hope Hemsley and Mara were announced…

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College Fair for Homeschoolers

iLEAD Exploration College Advisor Launches Virtual College Fair for Homeschoolers

By Michael Niehoff Education Content Coordinator, iLEAD Schools On May 12, 70 colleges and universities pitched programs and opportunities to over 500 homeschool and alternative education learners who don’t traditionally…

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Learner Spotlight: Victoria Mason

For iLEAD Exploration learner Victoria Mason’s family, homeschooling is a way of life. Other than a quick stint in a brick-and-mortar school to see what the other side of the…

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Summer Credit Options

If you have struggled this year and need to recover credits or are simply looking to get ahead, earning credits over the summer can be a very good option. Many…

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Career Technical Education

CTE (Career Technical Education)

Are you still looking for an elective for next school year? Career Technical Education (CTE) is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge in a given career field and explore…

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College Essay Guy

Rising Seniors, Class of 2022, it is time to start your college application journey! Summer is the perfect time to work on your essays before the hectic application deadlines during…

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FAFSA

The FAFSA, or the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, is the form that learners and parents fill out to receive financial aid for postsecondary education. This can include four-year…

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High School Spotlight: Julianna Longhenry

Julianna’s interests in environmental causes, social justice, and music have led her to participate in many activities. She has enjoyed leadership positions in Scouts BSA, where she has led groups…

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Mental Health Awareness Month

On this second week of Mental Health Awareness month, we would like to draw your attention to a lesser-known contributor to mental wellness: hydration. Did you know that dehydration, or…

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Jobs

6 Awesome Jobs That Require a Second Language

There’s an increasing demand for bilingual workers. New American Economy reports that the demand for bilingual workers more than doubled between 2010 and 2015. That’s a lot of new jobs…

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Learner Spotlight: Lusineh Nasrollahi

iLEAD Exploration learner Lusineh Nasrollahi cares deeply for the Earth and the animals and plants that live here. She is a member of the Audubon Society and the Sierra Club….

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Fall Webinars

May Webinars and Virtual Events

We hope that you will join us for our final webinars of the 2020-2021 school year. Please click the links below for all of the details on how to register:…

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Mental Health Awareness: Supporting Your Teenagers

May is Mental Health Awareness month. During these unprecedented times, it is important that we are aware of mental health concerns. Some common mental health conditions include the following: 1….

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