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preparing leaders for tomorrow
Preparing Learners Today To Be Leaders Tomorrow
Developing Creative and Critical Thinkers
Developing Creative and Critical Thinkers
Providing Resources to Achieve Success in the 21st Century
Providing Resources to Achieve Success in the 21st Century
competing with character
Competing with Uncompromising Character and Integrity
developing lifelong learners
Instilling a Lifelong Love of Learning
Nurturing Excellence in the Arts
Nurturing Excellence in the Arts
Inspiring Curiosity, Imagination, and Discovery
Empowering Curious Minds To Imagine and Discover
shaping strong faith
Shaping Strong Faith Through a Christ-Centered Curriculum
Educating Students for Success in a Changing World
Educating Students for Success in a Changing World
meaningful ministry through serving
Inspiring Meaningful Ministry By Serving Others
Providing a Safe and Caring Environment Where Everyone Belongs
Providing a Safe Environment Where Everyone Belongs
Engaging students in learning
Engaging Students for Spiritual, Intellectual and Social Growth
four schools one mission

The Lutheran Education Association of Houston (LEAH) is a non-profit association of four private Christian schools in Houston, TX, educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students from age 6 weeks to grade 12. 

It is our mission to operate and champion exemplary Lutheran schools in the Houston area and by doing so expanding Christ’s kingdom. 

Preparing for the future while cherishing its past, applauding the achievements of today and embracing our commitment to developing future Christian leaders of tomorrow's world, LEAH Schools stand strong in its tradition of providing quality academics and meaningful ministry to students. It is our hope that you too can become a part of this great tradition.

 

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Before I attended Westlake, I was barely an A and B student;
my confidence in myself wasn’t very high, and I didn’t really believe I could ever excel in any subject or activity.

Fast forward four years later... I became a straight A student with a passion for learning,
and worked on trying to become a better, more confident me, because I actually believed I could be.

-Former 8th Grade Student, Westlake Preparatory Academy


 

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Latest News

Scott Fogo

The Lutheran Education Association of Houston (LEAH) is excited to announce Mr. Scott Fogo as the new Executive Director effective July 1, 2022, replacing Randy Einem, who is retiring after serving 46 years in Lutheran education. 

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First Day of School: LSA, WPA
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CLOSED: Teacher Inservice/Building Maintenance: LDA
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CLOSED: Teacher Inservice/Building Maintenance: LDA
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