2023 WLSA CAN African Conference Tour

2023 WLSA Global Students Conference

World Leading Schools Association

The WLSA community is made up of students, educators and leaders from secondary schools and universities collaborating and learning from one another through innovative international experiences and programs.

Learn more about what WLSA does

What we offer secondary schools in our global network of leading Associate Schools

Events & programs for our Associate School students

"WLSA has opened my eyes to many things. They have taught me to not only believe in myself but that I can also do anything I set my mind to. I am extremely inspired and amazed by all the other students I have met from around the world."

Alka J, Westville Girls' High School (ZA)

Our services at a glance


Our WLSA Associate Schools in China have an innovative and international curriculum that strives to educate our students with the best holistic practices to best prepare them for the international admissions process.


The Global Educators Conference and College Admissions Network Conference offer opportunities to network with leading professionals and discuss the latest trends in the world of international education.


Our online learning platform Spark by WLSA provides a unique learning experience by creating a virtual classroom with students from around the world.


WLSA believes every student has a right to higher education, so we offer the WLSA Scholarship Program and Tony Little Scholarship to financially disadvantaged students who excel in academics or extra-curricular activities.


WLSA Reach is comprised of original articles, research, and projects created by academic professionals in the WLSA network.


The WLSA College Admission Network (CAN) brings together secondary school counselors and university admission officers from around the globe.

"I’ve had the opportunity to engage with colleagues around really important issues in international education, hear new voices in our space, and consider opportunities at work to really help our students through this wonderful opportunity of getting a higher education."

Shawn Felton, Cornell University (US)