Frequently asked questions
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LEAP - FAQs
Who can attend LEAP events?
Applications from non-LEAP priority schools or students will be considered subject to available spaces and/or resources. LEAP priority schools are listed in the "Schools" dropdown in the online Application Form.
Who determines which are LEAP priority schools?
What is the cost of participation in LEAP events?
Participation in LEAP events is free for students from LEAP priority schools.
Is there travel support for students in need, so they don’t miss out on participating?
Support for the cost of travel may be available for students from LEAP priority schools where this cost is a barrier to participation. See travel support.
Did my online application for a LEAP activity or event submit successfully?
After submitting your application, you should have seen a "Thank you" page, advising you that an automated email confirmation would be sent to your email address. If you didn't see the "Thank you" page and haven't received a confirmation email including the details of your application, you should contact the LEAP Program Office Office, as you may need to resubmit your application.
Who should use the website?
The LEAP website is mainly for students in years 7 to 12, in Victorian schools. Pages for parents and teachers have relevant information about the LEAP program, and tips about getting the most out of the website for students.
Is there any support available to assist organising LEAP activities for our school?
Teachers can contact the LEAP Program Office in the first instance.
How can I keep up to date with what is happening through the LEAP program?
You can subscribe for LEAP eNews and updates or follow us on Twitter @leap_vic.
Are the Ask a Question and FAQs parts of the website moderated?
Yes. Questions we receive and answers from the LEAP Program and partners are moderated by the LEAP Program Team prior to posting these in the FAQs pages of the LEAP website.
Who contributes to the LEAP website?
Experts from the LEAP Project Teams provide content relevant to their LEAP profession, activities and events pages. Other information on the site is reviewed by subject matter experts drawn from teaching, higher education or relevant professional fields.
Can’t find it?
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, why not ask us a question online. We’ll respond by email within 3 to 5 working days.