Rose Santos, Principal
631 N Albert St., Saint Paul, MN 55104
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LEAP High School is dedicated to serving students who are new to the United States and are learning English while earning a high school diploma. As an alternative high school, LEAP High School enrolls students up to age 20 and provides an educational opportunity for students whose needs often do not match the offerings provided in traditional high schools. Founded in 1994 as LEAP English Academy and later named International Academy - LEAP. We are now LEAP High School and proudly continue our mission to educate the newest members of the Twin Cities community.
Courses in this department include Environmental Science, Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Anatomy. Our goals are to help students be successful in high level science classes, to be skillful in using today’s technology, and be prepared for the technology of the future.
At LEAP, students get the opportunity to become faster with their keyboarding skills and learning about technology tools that they can use in their education and work.
The English as a Second Language Department offers English language instruction through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. English language instruction begins with pre-literacy classes and progresses through a university level writing course.
Rose Santos is the principal of LEAP High School. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LEAP High School
631 N Albert St.
Saint Paul, MN 55104
School hours: 9:30 a.m.- 4 p.m.
For 20 years, LEAP High School has adapted and strived to provide the best education for new immigrant students at Saint Paul Public Schools. LEAP will celebrate its history and diverse student body at the school’s annual Culture Party on Thursday, Dec. 18.
A student survey will soon be administered for grades 6-12 called the 5Essentials School Effectiveness Survey.
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