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Class of 2014 - Graduation information

Congratulations Seniors!

Graduation will take place at the Florida State Fairgrounds on Thursday, June 5th, at 4:30pm.  Plan to be at the Fairgrounds NO LATER than 3:30pm!  Anticipate time delays such as traffic and parking issues.  If you enter too late, you will not be able to participate in graduation!  Try to carpool as much as possible due to the parking fee of $5.00.  Also, please bring a $5.00 bill or five one dollar bills; parking attendants will have limited change.  Parking will only be available through the Hwy 301 or MLK Jr. Blvd. entrances.

Click on this PDF link for more graduation information.
Graduation handout for seniors-fair grounds 2014.pdf

Semester Exam Schedule

2013-2014 2nd Semester Exam Bell Schedule
A.P. Leto Comprehensive High School

Tuesday, June 3, 2014
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Friday, June 6, 2014
1st Period Exam
2nd Period Exam
3rd Period Exam
4th Period Exam
5th  Period Exam
6th  Period Exam
7th  Period Exam

1st  7:33 – 9:33
2nd  9:38 – 11:38

3rd  7:33 – 9:33
4th 9:38 – 11:38

5th 7:33 – 9:33
6th  9:38 – 11:38

4:30pm Graduation

7th  7:33 – 9:33

Grab and Go Lunch
Grab and Go Lunch
Grab and Go Lunch
Grab and Go Lunch
Buses Depart at 11:48
Buses Depart at 11:48
Buses Depart at 11:48
Buses Depart at 9:45
Early Release
Early Release
Early Release
Early Release

                Good luck on exams Falcons!

Summer Reading Lists  622014_64216_0.jpg

Summer is meant for fun in the sun, hanging with family & friends, and reading!  Yes, don't forget about your summer reading lists.  Please see the attachments below for your upcoming class.  Don't wait until the last minute to begin.  Summer fun includes reading!  

Click here for your Summer reading list                                 

Summer Reading 2014-2015.pdf

Click here for your AP Lang reading list                                        

AP Lang Summer Reading 2014.pdf

Click here for your AP Lit reading list
AP Lit Summer Reading 2014.pdf

 Leto is a "B" School!

Congratulations!!  Leto High School is a 'B' School!!  We are very proud of our students, teachers, administration, and staff members for helping our Falcons soar to higher heights!

Download 2013-2014 Newsletter


Leto Culinary Dynasty adds another new chapter

The Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association’s Educational Foundation (FRLAEF) hosted the 13th annual Florida ProStart Culinary Competition on Thursday, March 7 and Friday, March 8 in Orlando. This year, the event showcased the skills of over 400 high school students, and the Leto High School Culinary Competition team, led by Chef Debra Hladky, took first place honors! In addition, the entire Leto Culinary Arts team placed fourth OVERALL out of 55 teams, with a combination of their Culinary Competition, Waiter's Relay, Management Competition, and Edible Centerpiece scores. Notably, Leto Culinary student Guillermo Quezada, was awarded the Student Top Chef Award, and he and the team were featured on an episode of professional chef Emeril Lagasse’s television show, "Emeril’s Florida", which aired locally on the Cooking Channel. Leto Culinary has won the district award for six years running and has also earned the state championship in several categories during that same period.




Reports cards will be distributed on Tuesday, February 11.  

View Grades using Edsby now!

Leto HS parents and students will now communicate and receive progress reports through a new web-based portal at www.sdhc.edsby.com.  All students and parents will receive accounts so they can login to view grades, missing assignments, receive important class news and more.  Students will receive account information to share with parents—-so please make sure you remind them!  You should have this information available now.

If you have not received an activation code, please call the Student Affairs Office at 813-872-5300 or contact your child's guidance counselor.  For a complete list of counselors please click here.

Collegiate Academy is here!



Leto High School is proud to offer an outstanding dual enrollment program for current and incoming students.  The Collegiate Academy at Leto High School offers students an opportunity to earn an Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree while at the same time earning a high school diploma through our partner institution, Hillsborough Community College (HCC). Students take college classes free of charge on campus during the school day and may attend the HCC campus as well. There also is no charge for books.

Here are just a few of the reasons to attend the Collegiate Academy
  • Gain college credit while attending high school
  • Entering freshmen can potentially earn an Associates Degree by the time he or she graduates high school.
  • Improve your writing skills and sharpen your problem-solving techniques.
  • Develop the study habits necessary for tackling rigorous course work.
  • All instructors have master's degrees and have been credentialed by Hillsborough Community College.
  • Explore the world from a variety of perspectives, most importantly your own.
  • Study subjects in greater depth and detail.
  • The Collegiate Academy is located only minutes from HCC's Dale Mabry Campus.
Click HERE to find out more
AP Calculus Among Best

Congratulations to Mr. Christopher Collins and the students of the Advanced Placement Calculus class.  They did it AGAIN! Leto was recognized as one of the top schools in the district in overall passing rate on the National AP Calculus Exam.

Over 90% of Leto's AP Calculus students passed with a qualifying score or 3-- and 25% received a perfect score of 5. 
The average score for Leto Calculus students was 3.8 out of a possible 5.  Comparatively, the passing averages for the district and the nation are 46% and 59%, respectively.
This is an immensely prestigious accomplishment. Mr. Collins is a Nationally Board Certified Teacher.Way to go Mr. Collins and the rest of the Falcon Math geniuses!!!  


Bus Route Information
Bus routes are available to view by clicking on the file below. Please check the district transportation website for more information or for updates.
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End of Course Exam Information
Parents, please read the information regarding end of course examinations. Link is provided below.
EOC Information (English)
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Curriculum Guide
Click below for a complete list of courses offered at leto HS for the 2013-2014 school year.
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Bullying Information
Bullying and/or harassment of any student or school employee is PROHIBITED during any educational and /or school sponsored program. This includes all activities at any HCPS institution, school bus and/or through the use of data or computer software that is accessed through a computer, computer system, or computer network of HCPS.~ All victims/bystanders and community members are strongly encouraged to report incidents in writing to the Leto High School Administration.
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Leto HS helps new ESOL students
Leto HS was featured in a Tampa Bay Times article for its work developing a program to assist new arrivals to the country. We have worked hard to create the most supportive environment that ensures All of our students succeed. Read the article for more details.
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Leto HS Recognized by Newsweek
For the first time in history, Leto HS has been recognized by Newsweek magazine as one of the top schools in the nation. In part due to its Advanced Placement magnet program (MAPS), Leto's achievement can be attributed to the hard work and dedication of its staff, faculty, the students and their families. We are very proud and look forward to soaring even higher!
Book Drive
Thank you to everyone who participated in the book drive. Your donations resulted in a total of 629 books collected for elementary school students! WAY TO GO LETO!