Introducing our future business leaders, philanthropist, and fathers

This upcoming week will be exciting in Atlanta. L.E.A.D. will host its 3rd Annual L.E.A.D. Middle School Signing Week.

Eight of our partner Atlanta Public School (APS) Middle Schools will have its LEADers sign their L.E.A.D. scholarships in front of their family, peers and teachers.

Majority of my family received their formal education within Atlanta Public Schools. So this week, I’m also bringing them out to meet our LEADers. To understand the road ahead, ask those coming back. Success leaves clues.

L.E.A.D. is so much more than bats and balls. Our mission is to provide inner city Atlanta at-risk youth males with access to higher education and civic engagement through baseball. Our success is measured in the areas of academics, athletics, service/civic engagement and exposure. Our success is amazing! Click here to check out our IMPACT STATS!

On middle school stages across the city of Atlanta will sit future business leaders, philanthropist, and fathers. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. walked the halls of Atlanta Public Schools as well as the President of the Atlanta City Council Ceasar Mitchell, Atlanta City Councilman Kwanza HallAtlanta Police Chief George Turner and L.E.A.D. Founder CJ Stewart

L.E.A.D. Signing Day 2012 at Jean Childs Young Middle School
L.E.A.D. continues to set and raise the bar of excellence for youth development in Atlanta. Click here for details about our Signing Week. We would love for you to experience this with us.
L.E.A.D. Signing Day 2012 at John F. Kennedy Middle School