Alta Mesa Campus

Message from the LFPA Alta Mesa campus

Welcome to LFPA Alta Mesa, home of the "Knights." Dear Knights Families, Learning Foundation and Performing Arts Alta Mesa welcomes you and your child to the 2018- 2019 school year. This year brings so many exciting learning opportunities to all of our students. We are exceptionally excited for all of our new Knights families and

LFPA Alta Mesa Striving for Academic Excellence

Continuous School Improvement:  Our team consistently reviews, develops, and refines school improvement goals. We are always thriving to prepare every student to be college and career ready. Our school improvement plan is aimed at measurable goals that will help raise student achievement. We have implemented several strategies for students that will help to attain these

Thank you for your tax credit donation

DONATIONS ACCEPTED ANY TIME OF YEAR! IT'S SO EASY! Just download the tax credit form below to donate to your child's school and receive your money back in the form of a tax credit. You can receive a credit of up to a maximum of $200 (if single) or $400 (if married and filing jointly).

Cell Phones, Voice Recorders, Electronic Devices

Learning Foundation and Performing Arts and Learning Foundation Policy: Cell Phones, Voice Recorders and Electronic Devices: Students are encouraged to leave all electronic devices of any type at home. Students are not allowed to have cell phones, pagers, laser pointers or any type of electronic device or sound reproducing equipment, including voice recorder watches or


***IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT LFPA SCHOOLS*** At LFPA schools we value our parents as working partners. In order to have successful school/home partnerships we feel it is important for parents to be knowledgeable about the many components that are involved in the education of our students. We ask that you take a moment to read over

LFPA Alta Mesa Reach-Out Volunteer Program

LFPA elementary students taking part in our "Reach-Out Volunteer Program"  visited the Citadel Nursing Home on two occasions in October as part of their involvement in the community volunteer program. Kindergarten and 1st grade students  visited the Citadel Nursing Home to teach the dance moves they've learned to the residents. Kindergarten - third grade students

LFPA Alta Mesa Family Night at Peter Piper Pizza

 Peter Piper Pizza Family Night A shout out of appreciation to those families who participated in last year's Family Night at Peter Piper Pizza and we look forward to seeing you there again along with our new families.  Learning Foundation and Performing Arts Schools are honored and grateful to have families who support our schools

Student’s Enter Poems for Anti-Bullying Program

view some of the student's poems below this letter. LFPA has committed to each student’s success by creating an atmosphere where students can learn in a safe environment that is free of discrimination, violence and bullying. There is no excuse to tolerate or accept poor behavior. Our school has an on-going anti-bullying program and school

Closing the Achievement GAP

Dear Ms. Taylor, Executive Director: As you  know by now, Arizona was cited by Education Cities today as a state that is leading the nation in closing our achievement gap. To your great credit, Learning Foundation Stapley and Learning Foundation And Performing Arts Alta Mesa have been identified as top performers in the state, and somewhere that low-wealth students can expect the same