LEAD

Overview

What is LEAD?

LEAD, which stands for Leadership and Enrichment through Academic Development, is an Advanced Placement/Honors program that prepares its students to be critical thinkers, analytical readers and writers, effective communicators, and well-rounded citizens. Graduates of Rosemont’s LEAD Program will develop the skills necessary to be successful in their post-secondary pursuits, including the increasingly competitive world of not only college acceptances, but also the global workforce. 

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ALL SENIOR PARENTS AND STUDENTS APPLYING TO A CSU
NEW APPLICATION CAL STATE APPLY REPLACING CSU MENTOR

As a California College Guidance Initiative (CCGI) partner district, our students benefit from the strong partnership between the California State University system and CCGI and from the articulation of CaliforniaColleges.edu with the NEW application platform, Cal State Apply.

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Summer Assignments 2017-2018

Please use the links below to access the summer assignments for the LEAD classes. All assignments are due on the first day of school, which is Thursday, August 31st.

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Prospective Students

The application period for incoming 9th grade students for 2017-2018 has closed. If you are interested in applying for the program but missed the application deadline, please contact the Program Coordinator, Rebecca Siegert.

 

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LEAD Alumni Videos

Students from the first graduating class of LEAD share their thoughts about how LEAD helped prepare them for college and give some advice to current students.

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The LEAD Approach

The faculty of LEAD firmly believes that the future success of this country depends on the ability of our young people to innovate, analyze, identify and solve complex problems, and ultimately, lead. 

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LEAD Student Outcomes

Students in the LEAD program will: 

  • Critically think, analyze, infer, and collaborate to identify and solve problems.
  • Grow as readers, writers, and thinkers through intellectually rich and challenging curriculum.
  • Become excellent speakers, capable of communicating with diverse groups.
  • Develop an intrinsic interest in their education with the direction of faculty.
  • Use creativity and imagination to solve problems.
  • Develop an understanding of social issues through community service opportunities.
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Community Service

LEAD  provides students with an opportunity to connect with and give back to the community by creating service opportunities and providing multiple locations where students can volunteer throughout their four years in the program. 

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