LEAD is the only charter operator in Nashville to successfully move a zoned public school off the state’s lowest-performing priority school list.
White (includes Middle Eastern)
The majority of students come to LEAD’s middle schools two to three years behind because of their elementary school experience.
In 2011, MNPS chose LEAD to assume operation of Cameron Middle to prevent the school from ending up on the priority list. LEAD successfully turned around academic performance at LEAD Cameron and continues to see gains each year. The charter network did it again this past year when LEAD Neely’s Bend exited both priority status and the Achievement School District.