In my experience, LEAD applicants usually find out closer towards the end. End meaning, around the end of April. I say this, because the vast majority of LEAD applicants are going to go to the Prep-School. On a very few will go directly to the academy. As such, the academy needs to finish processing their direct appointments first. Then, they work on the prep school.
If I remember correctly, of the roughly 235 prep-school slots, a max of 85 are dedicated to prior enlisted. However, on average, there's usually only about 50-ish prior enlisted that get the slots. Mainly because not as many apply or are qualified.
Now, if you happen to be a LEAD applicant who is being considered for direct entry to the academy, you'll find out along with everyone else.
Hope this helps. "Patience" is not what we like to hear; unfortunately, it's the correct answer. Best of luck.