Our Mission Is Fueled By Our Community Partners, Funders, Stakeholders And Colleagues Both Locally And Globally.

The LEAP Social Enterprise, Inc. purpose is to expand existing partnerships, supporting local and international collaborative work, hosting educational forums and conferences, and broadening our advocacy and communication efforts. In the current academic year, we are taking our local-to-global education, research, and service efforts even further as we strive to build on the success we have achieved in our local community and expand our reach to communities in other parts of the world.

LEAP schools are part of a regional and national network of schools that operate with support from the LEAP Social Enterprise, Inc. We train and develop leaders to lead schools and provide training, tools, resources for teacher, administrators and parents.

Learning, innovative projects, model best practices and exchange of insights and ideas. LEAP Social Enterprise, Inc. is aligned with institutions of higher learning to provide the college/career continuum. Our students, families are the focus of our universe. We drive results, build community relationship and manage people to achieve excellence.


Community Charter Schools are tuition free public schools and enrollment is open to all students. They are independently operated schools that run more flexibility than traditional public schools in exchange for increased accountability.

The Community Charter that establishes each individual school is a contract detailing the schools’ mission, program, performance goals, methods and assessments. Every public school has an authorizer which is subject to state law, maybe a district school board, university, state DOE or non-profit. Authorizers are responsible for holding charter schools accountable for compliance with their operations agreement or charters.


  • Tuition free and part of the public school system
  • Held to state and federal academic standards
  • Open to all students including those with disadvantages and special needs
  • Funded primarily through a combination of federal, state and local tax dollars
  • Not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious group.