SCHOLARS PROGRAM FOR JUNIORS
The Rural Medical Scholars program, a five-week summer program at Mississippi State University, is now accepting applications for students who are currently in their junior year of high school. The program engages students who are interested in pursuing careers as physicians. For more details go to the News section of our website.
PREPARING FOR THE ANNUAL CHRISTMAS MUSICAL
First Semester Exam Schedule
Monday, December 15
6th Period 8:00-9:35 am
Break 9:35-9:55 am
7th Period 9:55-11:30 am
Tuesday, December 16
5th Period 8:00-9:35 am
3rd Period 9:55-11:30 am
Wednesday, December 17
2nd Period 8:00-9:35 am
Break 9:35-9:55 am
4th Period 9:55-11:30 am
Thursday, December 18
First Period 8:00-9:35 am
Make-up Exam 9:55-11:30
*Junior high and high school students who do not have a test scheduled are not required to come during that period. *Students in grades 10-12 with only one test may leave campus after the test session. Students must remain in class the entire testing time.
*Junior high students with only one exam may lead campus after test sessions with a note from their parents. The note must be turned in by 8 a.m. to the office and student’s must sign out.
*Students with unpaid fines must pay them by noon on December 12 in order to take exams. Also, tuition must be current through December or students cannot take exams.
*No exams will be given early.
Box Tops for Education
Leake Academy has the opportunity to participate in Box Tops for Education. This is a fundraising program sponsored by General Mills, Inc. to help schools across the United States. Our school can earn cash through this program. Each Box Top is worth 10 cents to our school. Please clip the Box Top coupons located on most General Mills products, put them in a plastic bag or envelope and send them back to school with your child who can then place the bag in our drop box located outside the elementary computer lab. A list of products that have Box Top coupons can be found at www.boxtopsforeducation.com.
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
Leake Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Leake Academy operates under the control and direction of a Parent-Teacher Organization member-elected Board of Directors. The school is administered by Leake Academy INC., a Mississippi non-profit corporation, which is responsible for all decisions as to faculty, programming, admissions, and all other decisions necessary to the operation of the school.
Leake Academy is fully accredited and its teachers are certified by the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools.