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Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships

Reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic may be the traditional “3 R’s of many school systems, but LISA has developed and adopted its own version of the 3Rs to set higher goals for our students.

The success of our students at LISA is based on a program emphasizing academic excellence while motivating student achievement. LISA Academy is:

  • Rigorous (prepares students for college);
  • Relevant (reinforces math and science skills); and,
  • Relationships (a strong culture of meaningful personal relationships, reinforced by teachers and parents).

LISA attributes the strong performance of its schools and students to three core principles within the school model:

  • A challenging math and science curriculum supported by theory;
  • A focus on assessment across the school system; and,
  • A culture of constructive competition, discipline and parental engagement.

"Can Do" Support System from School to Staff to Student

LISA is steadily growing as an entrepreneurial organization. In just 10 years, the organization has grown from one school in one city to a multi-city, robust network with support for every LISA parent and student.

LISA has built its support network to leverage two core organizational strengths:

  • A strong culture of collaboration, demonstrated by the “can do,” passionate attitude of its staff.
  • A distributed leadership model that enables deep consistency and fidelity to the school model, as well as quick and effective decision-making.

The resulting network builds upon these strengths at each individual school, while providing support to all schools through our central office.

The Success Behind LISA’s Collaborative Network

  • Schools consistently deliver a high-quality program, based on our experience and success to date and led by school administrators and teachers who fill key administrative responsibilities
  • Collaborative and responsive regional clusters, led by:
    1. Superintendent, who manages day-to-day District-wide responsibilities
    2. Knowledge leaders, such as principals and assistant principals working within campus, who ensure consistency with the school model while developing school specific best practices


At LISA, students are expected to master their subjects, and every LISA student graduates college-ready. Our high school program is designed to provide each student with the essential elements of a college prep education, along with opportunities to engage in the exploration of intense study of particular fields of interest.

Strategic Collaboration with Higher Education Institutions

LISA actively collaborates with local colleges and universities. LISA post-secondary partnerships:

  • Engage our students in research projects in collaboration with college-level engineers and scientists
  • Expose our students to the collegiate environment
  • Provide professional development to teachers
  • Empower our students with college credit options

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.