Campus News

LFPA Gilbert 7th-12th Grades Commitment to Excellence

Learning Foundation and Performing Arts-Gilbert A junior and senior high school dedicated to supporting each student in the attainment of his or her highest academic and creative potential. The educational focus is designed to foster each individual’s capacity for self-development and personal responsibility that will prepare students for success in college, career, and adult life.

Performing Arts Department – Gilbert

"Mary Poppins" Visit the performing arts department web site at https://www.lfperformingartsdepartment.webs.com   All LFPA Gilbert parents or guardians are welcome to join the "Wolf Pac". The organization was formed to support all performing arts at the Gilbert campus. Membership is open to anyone interested in promoting the purpose of the organization and there

Learning Foundation “Back to Basics”

Dear Learning Foundation Families: Welcome to the Learning Foundation “Back to Basics” school! We are excited about our intelligent, talented, and creative students who experience the best of what our outstanding teaching staff has to offer. Our goal is to offer a high-quality instructional environment in which all students will learn and excel academically and

Message from the Principal – LFPA Gilbert Jr High/High School

Dear LFPA Students and Parents: Even after so many years as a principal I never cease to be amazed at how much happens in a single school year. We are looking forward to this year being no exception. We continuously look forward to student accomplishments and expanding our horizons. LFPA meets the high standards set

Performing Arts Classes

LFPA Alta Mesa, LFPA Gilbert, and LFPA Warner schools offer performance classes in dance, musical theater, keyboards and guitar to name a few. "Annie" The schools produce a minimum of 3 to 4 productions each year including talent shows, musical performances, and theater productions such as "Annie", "Grease", Disney's "Little Mermaid", "The Lion

Message from the Principal, Warner Campus

Dear LFPA Warner families, We look forward to another successful year with all of our stakeholders' support and assistance as we work together to provide a positive and productive educational experience for the children throughout the year. As the school year progresses, please encourage your students to engage in reading activities whenever possible. Even the

High School Science at LFPA Gilbert

Students in freshman and sophomore Science classes were excited to be learning Crime Scene Investigation and different aspects of Forensic Science. The students learned how to solve crimes and how the different types of evidence found at a crime scene are processed. They looked into the different blood types and conducted a blood typing experiment,

Learning Foundation “Back to Basics”

Two Learning Foundation students won 1st and 2nd place in the City of Mesa Historic Preservation Writing Contest. Congratulations to the students and 5th grade teacher, Melanie Summers, and 6th grade teacher,Rosemary Crawford. Learning Foundation Stapley is our "Back to Basics" K-6 school in the CAFA, Inc. Learning Foundation and Performing Arts District serving students

LFPA Warner “Leader In Me” 5th Grade Contest

Fifth Grade students at LFPA Warner campus were asked to write a short story for a writing challenge using one of the “Seven Habits” from the “Leader in Me” program. Winning Story: “Be Proactive” One day in the friendly forest, Sammy the squirrel was working on a new invention. He needed one other tool. When