We Take Charge

rising leaders academy

Rising Leaders Academy is proud to be a WE School.


Students at WE schools are stepping up and making a difference in their neighborhood and world at large. Because no matter your age or location, we can all make a positive impact because we take charge.

We Are Stronger Together

Rising Leaders Academy is part of the WE Movement that brings people together and gives them the tools to change the world. Today, we are millions of passionate youth, women and men working together to shift the world from “me” to “we.”


“Saving the Environment” Posters

7th grade posters by Maha Khan, Raya Albibi, Julia Steinbrecher

6th grade posters by Ahnaf Raihan, Sophia Tuzun, Hana Nofal

5th grade posters by Samyra McDonald, Isobel Kelly, Ayaa Mohamad

4th grade posters by Samar Ebeid, Gabrielle Batrony, Saleema Hinkle

3rd grade posters by Nikita Attari, Jeanne Wolgamott, Nada Ebrahim

2nd grade posters by Mahmoud Heidami, Saeed Nofal, Jannah Ebeid

1st grade posters by Kaeleb Coronel, Sara Nofal, Irelynn Smith

Kindergarten posters by Kylie Mena, Oliver Millette-Sazil, Tafreed Raihan


WE at School

WE Schools transforms classrooms with experiential service-learning. Through educational resources and service campaigns, students further their curricular learning, develop the life skills for success and make a positive impact on the world.

Why WE Schools?

WE Schools is a unique, four-step program delivered by our educational partners in 12,300 schools and groups across North America and the UK, which challenges young people to identify the local and global issues that spark their passion and empowers them with the tools to take action.


The WE Schools program provides educators and students with curriculum, educational resources and a full calendar of action campaign ideas. Through 
WE Schools, students gain an understanding of the root causes of pressing issues like hunger, poverty and access to education, as they explore how they can make positive impacts. They also plan and carry out at least one local and one global action to improve their communities and the world.