This week we honor the team going to the Charter Schools Conference to represent our school and bring back some cool ideas about how to our make our school even better.  The team includes Kendee Solano, Kellie Cowan , Corey Loomis,  Jay Jimenez, and Bob Stranger.

Who We Are

Welcome to the Inland Leaders Website. We are a kindergarten through 8th grade public charter school dedicated to creating leaders for the 21st century. If you would like to contact us, please use the email address ilcs@inlandleaders.com or call the school office at 909-446-1100. Our normal office hours are from 8:00AM-3:30PM, Monday through Friday.

News and Announcements

ILCS Spring Break
March 16-30th
School will resume on Tuesday, March 31st
ILCS Weekly Announcements and Reminders
Friday, March 13th
ILCS Weekly Announcements and Reminders
Friday, March 6, 2015
CSC Spirit Week
March 9-13th
Book Fair
March 9-13th
1-3pm
CSC Auditorium
ILCS Weekly Announcements and Reminders
Friday, February 27th
Father-Daughter Dance This event is now full, but you can sign up for the waitlist on either campus.

Father-Daughter Dance This event is now full, but you can sign up for the waitlist on either campus. The dance is on April 10th from 5:30pm to 9:30pm at the Wildwood Calvary Chapel.
Take the parent survey on spending priorities for next school year. We need your input.
Each year, ILCS prioritizes its budgets based on parent, student and staff input. The survey provides the information to the finance committee to budget monies in the right categories. Click the heading above to go to the page with the survey link. Thank you.
School audits are complete and the auditors had no findings. Way to go back office!!!
Click the headline to download the audit report.
State science test results are in and ILCS continues to Roar!
Congratulations to last year’s 5th and 8th grade students who scored super high on the state science tests last year. 5th grade had 83% of the students proficient or advanced and 8th grade had 82% with most of the students scoring advanced. That’s an amazing accomplishment for the teachers and students.
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