Our Philosophy

LEAP patterns its services after the guiding principals of Gary Ezzo & Robert Bucknam, M.D. as well as those put forth by Arnold P. Goldstein in his various publications on Skillstreaming. LEAP also blends the researched principals of RE-education, Cognitive Social Learning Theory and Cognitive/Behavioral approaches to help create fundamental change.

Vision Statement

To be a leader in providing hope and motivation to children and their families in achieving academic and social competence.

Mission Statement

"LEAP is committed to providing students, their families, as well as placing school districts the most effective, innovative, and evidenced based alterative education and psychoeducational services. We value partnership with other support service providers in promoting hope and motivation to emotionally and behaviorally challenged children grades K to 12 to reach their maximum potential academically, emotionally, and socially."