Students are encouraged to be active participants in their learning. All students are offered a UC-approved A-G curriculum.
WEEK WITHOUT WALLS
Students visit Chabot College Planetarium, in "Whats Up in the Sky?", a Week Without Walls course designed to expose students to new experiences.
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The LPS academic philosophy is founded on three distinguishing characteristics: College Ready Curriculum, College Ready Supports, and a College Ready Culture.
LPS Hayward offers students a University of California-approved A-G curriculum. This means that the graduation requirements at Leadership Public Schools-Hayward are equivalent to the entrance requirements for the U
Each student at LPS Hayward is guided by a personalized learning plan that supports the LPS college preparatory curriculum. LPS teachers and staff do frequent reviews of student performance to ensure that the students have access to after-school tutoring and literacy support classes. LPS also offers specialized support classes for English Learners and struggling readers. The LPS class size, which is 15-20% smaller than a typical high school, continues to provide a level of support not usually available to high school students in
The LPSHayward College-Going Culture
From the beginning, LPS Hayward’s vision has been to build future leaders with the skills and knowledge s to make a difference in their communities and the larger world. Every single student at LPSHayward knows that by choosing to attend LPS, they have chosen to take a more difficult path than students at neighboring schools. They also are well aware that what makes LPS-Hayward different is our belief that every one of our students are someday bound for college.