Legacy High School gives students a place to learn in a smaller, more personal, caring school environment. Our purpose since our founding in 1977 has been to provide a high quality education for students with unique preferences and needs related to learning. By emphasizing both academic and social skills, we empower learners to successfully meet lifelong challenges.
Applying to Be a Student at Legacy High School
Since Legacy is a school of choice, you have to apply and be accepted before you can enroll here. An application to Legacy has four parts, all of which must be completed before we can look at your application. The four parts are:
1. Your completed application form or re-application form.
2. The rough draft of your Personal Story.
3. The final, typed and double spaced copy of your Personal Story.
4. Attendance by your and your mentor (parent, guardian, or other adult) at an Information Session.
When all four of those parts are complete your application will be reviewed and you will be notified of our decision. If you are accepted to be a student at Legacy High School, you will be asked to return with your mentor (parent, guardian or other adult) to complete enrollment forms.
Be sure to check the application deadlines for each cycle. Applications received after the deadlines will be considered for enrollment in our Continuous Entry Program.
For students accepted to Legacy, there are mainly two programs through which students address the learning and competencies essential for graduation and success in life. Both programs, the Project Program and Independent Study, focus on core subject areas as well as social and emotional learning. Deadlines for applications and other important dates can be seen at Important Dates and Deadlines.
For additional information, click on the Brochure link on the left or contact Jolene Collins at 604-3900.