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For Curious Minds

An interactive online environment where curious young minds are encouraged to ask questions, where connections and diversity work to solve real-world problems, where the art of science and the science of art are mentored, and where possibility and inspiration are expected through exploration, hands-on experimentation and team collaboration.


Coding Space

Code a Mars Helicopter video game with NASA's jet propulsion laboratory. Courtesy  of Learning Space with NASA at Home program.

Martian Quest's lead character, illustrated in bright colours

The Art of Science

Science is about discovering how our world works. The quest to find the answers always begins with a question. Leonardo da Vinci wrote, "Learn how to see," another word for observation.  Finally, exploration in experments, data collection and Discovery.

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The Science of Art


Perspective drawings that began in the 14th Century have evolved into much of the technology we now use today.​ 3D modeling, augmented reality, virtual reality, holographic projections are just some of the inventions that came from perspective drawing.


The Science of Patterns

When you move your perspective from math being a language to math being the science of patterns, doors will open up.  No longer is math a cold, abstract, unemotional field of study.  It moves from black & white to COLOR!


Problem Solving

The purpose of the engineer is to solve problems through innovation or creating a new invention.  

Many of Leonardo's inventions were innovative and likewise, many of his futuristic inventions were new concepts.

About us

The Academy of Leonardo’s Apprentice is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational foundation that was designed to collaborate with public & private educational institutions, as well as, homeschooling groups to improve the quality of STEM education.  We advocate for student achievement, create programs to improve student and teacher performance and raise funds for scholarships, grants, and teacher recognition.

Project-Based Learning

"I have been impressed with the urgency of doing. Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Being willing is not enough; we must do."

Leonardo da Vinci

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Leonardo's Apprentice

Where students collectively build interest, expertise, and make connections in the fields of engineering, sciences, and the Arts in the spirit of Leonardo da Vinci for a productive tomorrow.

ALA is a 501(3)c:  EIN: 83-1372492


Academy of Leonardo's Apprentice


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 4490 West Foothill Blvd.

 Glendora, Ca.  91741





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