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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2nd Semester LEAD Projects
2019-2020

With Governor Newsom’s announcement that schools should remain closed for the remainder of the year, we will not be able to run the 2nd Semester LEAD Projects/Presentations in the way that was previously assigned to you. 

We are working on an alternate assignment for students, and once we have some more information from the district, we will be in touch. 

Please contact Ms. Siegert if you have any questions. 

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Incoming Freshmen
Class of 2024

Congratulations to the current 8th grade students who have been accepted to LEAD for next year!

With Governor Newsom’s announcement that schools should remain closed for the remainder of the year due to COVID-19, we are unable to schedule an Incoming Parent/Student meeting at this time. 

Once we have more information from the district about the next few months and the next school year, we will be in touch with families. 

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Community Service Verification Form

Below is the link for the form to submit for your verification of hours for the first semester. 

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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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LEAD Alumni Videos

LEAD Alumni share advice for current LEAD students. 

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