Welcome to Kenneth Clement Boys' Leadership Academy (KCBLA)!
The mission of our school is to encourage, challenge & model excellence. Through a rigorous curriculum and social supports, we strive to develop young males with an active and creative mind, a sense of understanding and compassion for others, with the courage to act on their beliefs.
While the KCBLA culture focuses on leadership development, it embraces a connection with personal responsibility, respect and family unity.
On behalf of the KCBLA family, we welcome you!
Kenneth Clement Boys' Leadership Academy develops leaders, promotes family unity and acdemic success !
About Our School
Kenneth W. Clement Boys' Leadership Academy is one of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District’s few schools offering single gender education.
We foster a learning environment that inspires, motivates and encourages young males from Pre-K through 8th grade to achieve academic excellence while providing social & emotional support daily. We begin each day with the reciting of our creed and ritual, preparing our scholars to be successful in a culture that stresses respect, compassion for others and displays of good character.
Our goal is to create scholars who are prepared to take active leadership roles in their high schools, universities, families and communities. It is our expectation that our scholars will become key contributors in this global society where we are building men of tomorrow, starting today.
10/19/2018 -- CEO Eric Gordon’s Student Advisory Committee -- 400-plus high school students from across the District -- gathered Friday at Windows on the River for the first of four meetings this school year.
10/19/2018 -- The free campus tours help students and parents better understand college and how it works. The District's Office of Family and Community Engagement co-sponsors the tours with College Now Greater Cleveland.
10/19/2018 -- The mentors work with the eighth-graders for three hours one day a month, talking with them in small groups about choosing the right high school and guiding their exploration of college or career options.