Leadership 15/25/35

The Leadership program encourages students to practice servant leadership through peer and mentorship learning opportunities. The program is student driven, meaning that students initiate projects and they learn from one another. They are encouraged to develop their own leadership skills and to take risks and grow in positive, productive ways Leadership is experiential learning. Students identify, develop, and refine their own positive leadership style. The program is in transition to CTS courses in the Health, Recreation, and Human Services Cluster. Students will complete five credits in community volunteerism, leadership fundamentals, mentorship, and speaking and presenting, and project management integrated over the full year course. Only students with a strong motivation to make a positive difference in the school environment are encouraged to apply.

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