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.
"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
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
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).
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
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,
Rebekah Douglas, LFPA Paraprofessional: Public charter schools are major cultural workers in Arizona. These schools are a hot and controversial topic throughout the United States and Arizona has developed a reputation for being included in this conversation. Being such a broad and multi-faceted subject, I would like to focus on one school in particular. This