The mission of the Leadership Corps is to motivate young people to become better citizens.
Overview: Leadership Corps is designed to teach students the value of citizenship,
leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem,
teamwork, and self-discipline. The Program of Instruction is taught using the latest instructional technologies and focuses
on student learning in a structured environment.
Curriculum: Leadership Theory and Application, Character and Leadership Development,
Wellness, Fitness, and First Aid; Citizenship and American History.
Procedures: Classes are organized into squads, with student leaders assisting the
instructors daily in attendence, providing instructional materials, delivery of lessons, and dismissal.
Student Expectations: Students are expected to arrive on time, ready to learn, with
pen or pencil and paper. After the first few weeks, students will be issued, at NO cost, a Leadership uniform. Students are
expected to keep a clean uniform, wear it to school on uniform day (usually Wednesday), and return it when leaving the Leadership
School and Extracurricular Activities: Parades (Verterans Day, Martin Luther King),
Tulsa's Superintendent's Review, Color Guard, Drill Team, and the Physical Challenge Team.
Grading: Written Tests- 25%, Oral Presentations- 25%, Performance (Skill Mastery)-
25%, Participation (Uniform Day, Activities)- 25%.