The purpose of this study was to acquire information that informs school leaders' efforts to improve learning results for Latino male students. Too few Latino males finish high school and continue on to higher education. High dropout rates and suspension rates and low indicators of academic success are prevalent among Latino males in U.S. schools. In contrast, in a few high schools Latino males achieve high graduation rates and levels of academic success that prepare them for post-secondary opportunities. This case study examined one school where Latino males consistently achieve impressive results. In particular, the study examined the role leaders played in influencing the development and maintenance of systems that resulted in strong learning outcomes for all students, and particularly Latino male students. Although state and federal accountability provisions require leaders to attend to learning outcomes for Latino students, school leaders may not always know how to pursue quality learning outcomes for Latino students, and particularly Latino males. The study highlights how school principals can lead teachers, support personnel, students, and parents in deliberate efforts that result in higher rates of learning, high school graduation, and college attendance for Latino male students.