Legacy offers events and activities to help students grow in Christ and godly character. Visit the Academics tab for a description of Bible and Leadership classes.
Character Trait of the Month: Purpose
I have raised you up for this very purpose, that I might show you My power and that My Name might be proclaimed in all the Earth. Exodus 9:16
A simple definition of integrity is: the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists. You were created with great purpose!
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This Month’s Events
Watch the weekly email for more information about these events.
Teacher Appreciation: Remember to thank your teachers for their hard work and service!
Elementary Chapel: Focusing on our character trait of the month, worshiping together, and raising money for our offerings to Haiti.
Elementary PAWS-itive Parade May 9th & 10th: Celebrate character in our school by cheering on this month’s qualifying students!
High School Morning Pronouncements: Every other Friday
The Most Important Question for College
Do you know a young man or woman who is a freshmen in college? Maybe you’re a Legacy graduate enjoying your first year
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Other Resources & Activities
PAWS-itive Parade – Students in PreK through 4th grades have the opportunity to earn tickets for exhibiting Christ-like character at school and march in our on-campus parade.
Elementary Chapel – Worship together and hear a message from the Bible. This year, we’ll focus on how Jesus demonstrated the character trait of the month.
Monthly DO Projects – Every month during chapel, Elementary students are introduced to a Demonstration Opportunity (DO) Poject. This is an optional activity or service project encouraging them to do something to share Christ’s love. It may be something simple, like making a card for a teacher, or a family service project, like Operation Christmas Child.
A time of worship, fellowship, and learning what it means to experience authentic faith in Christ. For 5th-8th grades.
Quarterly GO Projects – Students are introduced to a Global Opportunity (GO) Project during each Rebelution meeting. This is an optional activity to increase awareness of global missions. It may involve things like collecting donations for an orphanage, providing needed items for a missionary to take overseas, or packing care packages for troops.
Lions Lunch – Celebrates character growth in 5th graders. Students are nominated by their teachers and invited to attend by the Middle School Principal.
7th-12th Grade Bible Studies: Join a small group to grow spiritually and become “College-Worthy, Character Witnesses for Christ!”
Middle School Mania: A time of games and open gym activities at the school every semester. Pizza is served.
High School Morning Pronouncements – Students meet periodically before school for food, fellowship, and spiritual growth. Alternately led by area youth pastors and Legacy students.
SOW Projects – Service Opportunities as Worship (SOW) Projects are ideas the Lord places on students’ hearts for sowing into others’ lives, and are a direct response to growing in the Lord. Support is provided from the school in making students’ ideas a reality.