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LISA Academy is a high performing K-12 public charter school system in Arkansas that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math

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LISA Academy is a high performing K-12 public charter school system in Arkansas that focuses on science, technology, engineering, and math

Honoring All Who Served

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2018-2019 School Year Student Application

2018-2019 School Year K thru 12th Grades Prospective Student Application is available now. "Please click here to apply online for 2018-19 School Year"





LISA Academy November Board Meeting

LISA Academy Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 16th at 6:00 PM at
10825 Financial Centre Pkwy, Suite 360 Little Rock, AR, 72211




Congratulations to Akshay!

Akshay Padala, an eighth grader, top 300 Broadcom MASTERS in the 2017 Broadcom MASTERS®, a program of Society for Science & the Public. This honor places him among a select group of 300 MASTERS named from more than 6,000 nominees throughout the United States. He is one among three kids from Arkansas whose science fair project was selected for the honor.

His project, “Making Combat Vehicles Safer Against Blasts: Thermal Conductivity Of Metal Foams”, focused on ways to improve the safety of US Service men against bomb blasts. He completed this project at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock under the guidance of Dr. Pidugu. He had found that the thermal conductivity of the aluminum foams was significantly lower than the aluminum metal. Given their finding of significantly lower thermal conductivity in aluminum foam, they could be used in components of combat vehicles to provide less thermal conductivity and more shock absorption. His project had received first place at CARSEF and earned a nomination to the Broadcom competition.




LISA North students win Girls of Promise -Coding for Good competition

LISA North freshmen Ashanti Poindexter and Ta’Mya Jones won first place in the Girls of Promise Coding for Good competition for their project A & T Database they programmed with Python, on Thursday night at the 4H Center in Little Rock. The freshmen created the database to help Teachers, Students, and Parents communicate. 8th-grade female students at the STEM Runs the World conference determined the winning presentation.





LISA Academy proudly announces that we have joined the Million Women Mentors program.y

LISA Academy is partnering with MWM to provide mentors to our middle/high school girls interested in STEM. Walmart is partnering with STEMConnector® and the Lt. Governor of Arkansas, Tim Griffin, to launch a STEM mentoring program called Million Women Mentors®. This is a nationwide movement that supports the engagement of one million STEM mentors (male and female) to mentor girls and women from school age to work age continuum and help encourage them to persist and succeed in STEM programs and careers by the year 2019. LISA Academy is partnering with MWM to provide mentors to our middle/high school girls interested in STEM. To volunteer, go to their website, www.millionwomenmentors.org and sign up to be a mentor. Thank you for your support of STEM education.





LISA Academy Middle School Reconized by Office for Education Policy

The Office for Education Policy (OEP) at the University of Arkansas creates an annual report entitled the Outstanding Educational Performance Awards highlighting the highest-performing schools in Arkansas. In the report released Wednesday, March 1, Lisa Academy West Middle School received six awards: Statewide: Overall High Achieving Math High Achieving Regional: Central Region Overall High Achieving Central Region ELA High Achieving Central Region Math High Achieving Central Region Science High Achieving Awards are based on the OEP-created “school GPA,” calculated on the basis of the percentage of students that perform at each level on the 2016 ACT Aspire Math, ELA, and Science.





LISA Academy Charter School Contract is renewed for 13 years by the State Board of Education

The State Board of Education approved LISA Academy’s 13 year renewal application on January 12, 2017. This is the first time a charter school in Arkansas received that longest term which is amazing. LISA Academy’s huge success was recognized again in the meeting. Here are some of the highlights from the yesterday’s meeting; “LISA Academy has one of the best track records academically and financially among the state's charter schools. LISA has had a lot of success, and so they felt they were in a position to ask for 13 year" Alexandra Boyd, Director of Public Charter Schools Office, Arkansas Department of Education “The longer renewal period is an opportunity to reward a charter school for great behavior” Susan Chambers, State Board Member, Arkansas Department of Education We are so proud of our administration, staff, students, and parents for making LISA Academy one of the best schools in the state of Arkansas. We truly believe that education is a partnership between the school, students, parents/guardians, and community. Together, we will continue to improve the quality of our education and provide the best for the students of LISA Academy. We appreciate your continuous support of LISA Academy. Congratulations to LISA Academy Family… TOGETHER WE ARE MIGHTY!





LISA Academy is now hiring K-12 Educators

LISA is a highly recognized and award-winning charter school that hires top quality teachers, administrators, and other professionals. LISA strives to provide personal growth and professional success to recent graduates or experienced professionals seeking new career opportunities. We offer competitive salaries, great benefits, professional support and opportunities for career advancement.

LISA Academy is looking for K-12 grade level certified or Highly Qualified Teachers.

Apply for a position at LISA WEST 

Apply for a position at LISA NORTH 



Non-discrimination Statement as Part of the School's Admission Policy

It is the policy of LISA not to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, or disability in its programs, services, or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. For inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies, please contact Section 504/ADA Coordinator at (501) 246-5853 located at 23 Corporate Hill Dr. Little Rock, AR 72205.