Leo Junior/Senior High School

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Coordinates: 41°13′11.48″N 85°1′7.66″W / 41.2198556°N 85.0187944°W / 41.2198556; -85.0187944

Leo Junior/Senior High
14600 Amstutz Road, Leo-Cedarville, Indiana, United States
Type Public
Locale Urban Fringe of Mid-Size City
Principal Dr. Neal Brown III
Grades 7-12
Number of students 1,342 (as of 2011-12)
Color(s) Purple and White          
Mascot Lion

Leo Junior/Senior High School is an East Allen County Schools high school located in Leo-Cedarville, Allen County, Indiana.


Leo has, along with most Indiana high schools, adopted a credit system called Core 40,[1] requiring 40 credits — four years of English, three years of Math, Social Studies, and Science, and ten to twelve elective credits, plus two semesters of Physical Education, and a credit in Health Education. Leo also offers a slightly more rigorous Academic Honors Diploma, which requires 47 credits, and a basic one that requires 40 credits like Core 40, but lowers the bar in the Core 40 six-credit subjects to just four credits.[2]

Mission statement[edit]

The mission statement of Leo Junior/Senior High School is "Where academic standards and nurturing relationships lead all students to educational and career success." This mission statement was proven accurate when, in the 2009-2010 school year, Leo was the only school in Indiana to receive National Blue Ribbon School honors.[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable alumni of Leo High School include:

  • Mark Souder, United States Representative, Indiana, District 3 (1995-2010)
  • Mike Augustyniak, Purdue and New York Jets Football Player
  • Jon Neuhouser (Class of 1994), All-State Basketball Player, Played for Butler and was named Horizon League Player of the Year in 1997


  1. ^ http://www.eacs.k12.in.us/acd/page.php?pid=543
  2. ^ http://www.doe.in.gov/core40/diploma_requirements.html
  3. ^ http://www.eacs.k12.in.us

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