Summer Program

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Logic and Leadership Academy at ASU

The biggest problem in education is that students feel stressed, unmotivated, or lack direction. We are on a mission to change that!

Hosted at 3 Arizona State University campuses, this Summer Education Program is a fun and interactive week-long course that teaches teens how to manage stress, become more confident,  and improve their grades. Our goal is to make your life easier!

Come see why 9 out of 10 parents say this program changed their kids’ lives!

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May 28 – June 1
Tempe Campus

June 10 – June 14
West Campus

June 17 – June 21

June 24 – June 28

July 8 – July 12

July 15 – July 19
West Campus




58%Stress reduction

48%Increased Stability

What is included in the program?

If you’re a returning student click here | Learn about our new overnight camp here

Program information:

  • Price: $350
  • Location: Polytechnic, West, Tempe (see ASU maps)
  • Open to students age 13 – 18
  • Four days of Leadership Training (Monday – Thursday)
  • Main session | 9:00AM – 2:00PM
  • Optional career-prep | 2:00PM – 3:00PM
  • Family Night Award Ceremony Friday | 4:00PM – 6:00PM
  • For more information see our FAQ at the end of the page

All graduates will receive:

  • Professional Training Certificate (30 credit-hours)
  • Booklets, curriculum materials and a professional leadership book

May 28 – June 1
Tempe Campus

June 10 – June 14
West Campus

June 17 – June 21

June 24 – June 28

July 8 – July 12

July 15 – July 19
West Campus

“The last day of class, both of my children said they wished it was longer. It was informative AND fun! They loved it. How many summer school classes get that kind of reaction?”

Rebecca S. (Parent)

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What do the students learn?

This program introduces students to our 7 Natural Laws of Success. These principles come from a business management model developed through 26 years of research and 2,000+ global projects valued at $6.6 billion!

Every day, students attend a 45 minute guest lecture from business professionals. For the rest of the day, students are separated into two groups where they will play fun games and team-building exercises to reinforce core concepts.

Day 1: Natural Laws and Personal Success

  • Defining problems
  • Simplifying decision making
  • Understanding cause & effect
  • Making plans and setting goals

Day 2: Understanding the Human Mind

  • Observation versus over-thinking
  • Characteristics of success people
  • Making schedules and managing time
  • Asking for help from others
  • Managing stress, relaxing the mind, and meditation

Day 3: Improving Relationships

  • Understanding strengths and weaknesses
  • Self-expression
  • Conflict resolution
  • Finding good mentors

Day 4: Applied Leadership

  • Redefining leadership
  • The power of accountability
  • The business of being kind
  • Public speaking and presenting
  • Acting like a leader even when you’re shy

Day 5: Closing Ceremony

Students and families are invited to attend our closing ceremony and graduation at Arizona State University! Students will receive their certificates of completion and a select few students will have the opportunity to share their final presentations [see past presentations here]! Food will be provided!

May 28 – June 1
Tempe Campus

June 10 – June 14
West Campus

June 17 – June 21

June 24 – June 28

July 8 – July 12

July 15 – July 19
West Campus


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Financial Assistance

LSA is proud to offer financial assistance to help students who cannot afford to pay for our programs. This program is supported by our network of generous sponsors and donors. At this time, funding is very limited so financial assistance will be given in the form of partial or full program certificates. Winners will be asked to write a brief letter of thanks to one of our program sponsors.

The deadline to apply is April 19 midnight (PST). If you have already paid for the program in full, and you receive financial aid, we will issue a refund. Good luck!

Financial assistance winners will be notified by April 26th.

UPDATE: We received a record number of applicants and are working tirelessly to increase the funding available to grant our students in need. Please consider donating (or sharing with friends and family!) the different ways they can donate through Facebook, while shopping at Amazon, our on this very site.


When will registration for the 2019 program begin?

Registration will begin on February 15th. If you’d like to receive updates, make sure to subscribe to our newsletter here.

Is there an age requirement for the summer program?

This Summer Program is open to all students in upper middle school and high school (Students going into 8th grade to 12th grade can attend).

What is the deadline to get into the summer program?

There are no deadlines for the summer programs but each session has a limit of 60 students. When the limit is reached, registration will close for that session. Students should try to sign up as soon as possible in order to secure a slot in our summer program.

Is there any way to learn more about the program?

Yes, each semester there will be new opportunities to participate in free events. Be sure to  subscribe for updates on these opportunities! You can also watch some of our YouTube videos to get a better understanding of our program. For any additional questions feel free to contact us at

Does my child have to attend the full program?

No, students can come to whatever portion of the program they want. We recommend students to attend the full program in order to gain the full experience and knowledge.

Is there a down payment required to secure program slot?

No, but it is important to email the program immediately at, if you find out your student is unable to attend.

What is the cancellation process?

To receive a refund, all purchases must be cancelled 10 days prior to the start of the program. There is a $50 admin fee. This ensures we have adequate time to open a slot up for those on our waiting list.

Does the Logic & Leadership Academy include an overnight option?

No. Out-of-state students will have to arrange their own accommodations. There is a separate Leader’s Retreat overnight camp. Find out more here.

Is lunch provided?

No, lunch is not provided. Each student is required to bring their own lunch and water. Students will be given a break and escorted to nearby fast food restaurants offered on the ASU campus.

Can I pay the summer program in easy payments?

Yes. This will be dealt with case by case. To request this option, please email