Information for the: 2014 - 2015 school year.
Principal - Anthony Muttillo
Grades - 9 - 12
2014-15 School Schedule - 7:25 a.m. - 2:18 p.m.
Leesville Road High runs on the Traditional calendar. Currently, the following Traditional calendars are available for download:
Phone - (919) 870-4250
Fax - (919) 870-4287
Website - http://www.leesville.org
Address - 8410 Pride Way, Raleigh, NC 27613
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Located in northwestern Wake County, Leesville Road High School is among the top performing schools in North Carolina and has consistently been designated as a School of Excellence or School of Distinction according to the North Carolina Accountability Program.
Our mission statement, "to educate each student to be a responsible and productive citizen who can effectively manage future challenges" is evident through the developed tradition of Leesville Road High School taking PRIDE in our academics, PRIDE in our athletics, and PRIDE in our club/organization activities. By placing a priority on excellence and using the NC Standard Course of Study as a guiding tool, our dedicated staff strives to create lifelong, independent thinkers who will develop into productive, competitive and responsible global contributors.
While all high schools in Wake County offer an identical core instruction, Leesville Road High School also integrates a varied approach that will provide our students with additional educational opportunities.
The instructional day consists of a "four-by-four" block schedule with time for students to attend support centers during the school day. In addition to the core curriculum in English, math, science, and social studies; we offer over fifty different electives each school year including, but not limited to:
* Cultural Media Literacy
* SAT Preparation
* Forensic Science
* Holocaust and Genocide in World Studies
* Lessons of the Vietnam War/International Relations
* Architectural Drafting
* Digital Media
* Pro Start (food service hospitality management)
* MSITA (Microsoft Office certification programs)
All of our courses integrate emerging research with the latest technology, therefore equipping students with post-secondary school readiness before college. Additionally, our arts offerings, both visual and performing, are recognized across the state and nation. While all classes are academically rigorous, there are Advanced Placement courses for students who are interested in an additional challenge. In addition to our academic program, we have outstanding athletic programs and over forty after school clubs and organizations to offer interested students.
Traditional curriculum schools offer students high quality instruction, opportunities for advanced studies, creative exploration and extra-curricular activities in a nurturing educational setting. Some of the highest-performing schools in Wake County are traditional curriculum schools.
Important: Bus routes are subject to change based on actual student distribution, parent appeals, and other factors. The information here will be updated regularly, but updates may take several days to be reflected online. This route information last updated: 8:51 AM, Thu, Nov 20, 2014.
Stop times: Parents can anticipate a stop time based on the route start time, estimating 3 minutes between stops for neighborhood routes and 10 minutes for express routes. The exact stop time will vary during the first weeks of school. Students should be ready and waiting for the bus at least 10 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive.
Bus schedules: We urge parents to be patient as routes settle during the first few weeks of school. With students becoming familiar with this new routine, bus routes may take more time.
Faded Stops: Stops in faded text are on the route, but do not pick up or drop off students attending this school.
Questions?: Contact Transportation.
Can't find your bus stop?: If you cannot find your child's bus stop, please fill out our customer support form to report a missing bus stop.
This route information last updated: 8:51 AM, Thu, Nov 20, 2014.
State report cards are produced by the NC Department of Public Instruction (DPI).2011 - 2012
Federal AYP Results (Replaced by AMO)
Christian Student Association/Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Cineaste-Film Appreciation Club
Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA)
Environmental Awareness Club
Family Community and Career Leaders of America (FCCLA)
Freshman Class Council
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA)
Future Teachers of America (FTA)
Gay Straight Alliance
Human Rights Club
International Thespian Society
Junior Class Council
Model United Nations Club
National Honor Society
National Latin Honor Society
National Spanish Honor Society
Senior Class Council
Sophomore Class Council
Student Council Executive Cabinet
Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)
Ultimate Frisbee Club