Scholar Projects​

LEAF offers enriching projects and a supportive community to share in the Scholar journey! Read great books, write interesting papers, research and give presentations, plus have amazing discussions with friends! We stretch and grow, each at our own pace.


Scholar Projects

Scholar classes, or “projects” as we call them at LEAF, are designed for ages 12-18. Students develop skills and abilities which are independent from and ultimately of higher importance than the content of the class. Youth that complete the projects are equipped with abilities and skills that will help them accomplish their personal missions.

Listed below are the projects that we will be offering in the 2021-22 school year.

Scholar projects inspire your youth to:

Do hard things 

Learn time management

Discover more about who they are

Understand their duty as a citizen

Choose to study for extended periods

Write independently and with insight

Think deeper

Study things that may not interest them at first

2021-22 Scholar projects

Influencers 1850-1950: Courage, Connections, and Resilience

Scholars ages 12-18 will study big ideas like leadership, gratitude, freedom, and perspective, with the goal of helping the scholars apply those principles, become an influencer, and change the world! We will study individuals and events that shaped our country. Assignments will be customized based on what scholars are ready for and want out of the class. Scholars will expand their reading, writing, researching, and presenting skills through class assignments.

Stories From the Stage

This project invites students to immerse themselves in reading, watching, and listening to Shakespeare, Broadway, stage plays, opera, and ballet. It is geared towards beginning scholars. The class culminates with the students working together to produce and perform a Shakespeare play.

High School Science: Physics

Why does force = mass x acceleration? What is NaCl? How do plants turn sunlight into energy? Learn Physics, Chemistry, and Biology in a project-based study of science. LEAF offers a three year rotation of these classes to help complete high school science requirements.

In 2021-22 students will study physics and conduct weekly experiments. Prerequisite: Algebra I

College Prep

Is your Highschool Junior or Senior planning on college next year? Join college professors, application coaches, and other experts to set yourself up for success at the college of your choice! This project will be held in first semester only via zoom on a day and time still TBD.

Over time, your youth will:

Transition from studying 2-4 hours a day to 6-10 hours a day!

Become self-directed learners

Gain scholar skills such as:
reading difficult works, writing, debating, researching, using mentors

Discover their personal mission and gain a vision and the skills necessary for contributing to society

We would love to chat with you about your Scholar

Scholar projects are geared toward youth 12 and up. If you are new to Leadership Education, please fill out the “Getting to Know You Form” to schedule a meeting where we can discuss options for your family. All classes last the full year unless listed otherwise.

Your Scholar is bound for greatness!

Would they enjoy being challenged and growing close to like-minded friends in a learning-rich environment?