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Learning through an Expanded Arts Program
  1. 350+
    Schools
  2. 2,000,000
    Students Served
  3. 10,000+
    Teachers
  4. 92%
    Satisfaction Rate
  1. TOMORROW'S ENTREPRENUERS:
    Students Pitch Their Ventures

    ​​YOUNG MINDS, BRIGHT IDEAS:
    On June 13th, students from across the city pitched their entrepreneurial projects to industry professionals and received advice on next steps for their business...

    LEAP ONSTAGE PROGRAM:
    Premiering 10 new plays

    ​​STUDENTS SHOWCASE THEIR WORK:
    LeAp students will be showcasing 10 original new works at the Pearl Theatre on June 1st and 2nd, as part of the LeAp OnStage program. The program provides...

    LEAP'S PUBLIC ART PROGRAM:
    Congratulations to our Students!


    LARGEST NYC PARKS STUDENT EXHIBIT:
    Thousands came out to support NYC students as they spoke out on discrimination, immigration, gun violence, animal abuse, health care, gender equality and bullying...
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All Student Populations
LeAp works with pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade students in New York City public schools, serving all student populations, including special needs, ELL, and gifted. 
Academics Through the Arts
LeAp uses visual art, music, theater, dance and film to teach math, ELA, science, and social studies. Programs are aligned with the Common Core Standards and STEM initiatives.
LeAp Helps Schools
LeAp provides in-school and afterschool programs for students, professional development training for teachers, parent engagement workshops, and assembly performances for school communities.
  1. "I discovered during LeAp classes that you have to follow your dream even though everybody says it's impossible. The most important thing I learned was that things don't have to be perfect, just try your best."
     
    Student, FLACS (ALLL 3-5 program)

  2. "The program teaches the children to problem solve and think in a more abstract but logical way."
     
    Teacher, PS 14 (Gifted and Talented program)

  3. "The strengths of the August Wilson Program were the growth in student's character analysis and self-confidence. It enhanced the Language Arts and Social Studies curriculum through understanding African American life and literature analysis."
     
    Teacher, Curtis HS (August Wilson Program)

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    "I learned how to create masks and accordion books to tell a story. Art is more than a picture. It means something."
     

  5. "I discovered during LeAp classes that you have to follow your dream even though everybody says it's impossible. The most important thing I learned was that things don't have to be perfect, just try your best."
     
    Student, FLACS (ALLL 3-5 program)