LEAD Southeast serves grades 5-9 as of the 2018 school year at our campus in Antioch. LEAD Southeast Middle was founded in 2013; LEAD Southeast High began operating a 9th grade in the 2017-2018 school year and will add a grade each year until it is a fully grown high school by 2021.
LEAD Southeast was founded in order to provide families in the fast-growing Antioch region of the city a high-quality, college-preparatory middle school and high school option for children. Since that time, LSE Middle has been a two-time Reward School for Progress/Growth (2017, 2015) and is home to three Reward School teachers: Katelyn Ippensen, Hannah Knox and Samantha Levy recognized in 2018. LEAD Southeast is part of the LEAD Public Schools network, Nashville’s largest charter management organization with a population of more than 2,400 students.
The school demographics are as follows for LSE Middle: 525 students (as of Spring 2018); 22% Black; 42% Hispanic/Latino; 32% White; 4% Asian. The Exceptional Education population is 9%; the English Language Learner population is 32%.The school demographics are as follows for LSE High: 87 students (the first-ever freshmen class as of Spring 2018); 22% Black; 42% Hispanic/Latino; 32% White; 4% Asian. The Exceptional Education population is 8%; the English Language Learner population is 24%.
Located at 531 Metroplex Drive in Antioch, LEAD Southeast’s mission is to prepare all of our students with the skills necessary to be prepared for college and life.
Middle School Director: Emma Mac (firstname.lastname@example.org
High School Director: Chris Elliott: chris.elliott@leadpublicschool
Family Engagement Coordinator: Erin Molitoris (erin.molitoris@leadpublicscho