How does Legacy Christian Academy make tuition affordable for families?
We know that enrolling your child at a Christian school is an investment in your child’s future, and we take seriously our responsibility to partner with you in that investment.
Tuition may be paid in full or may be spread out for ten monthly payments. Monthly payments are arranged through Tuition Plus Management through automatic withdrawals. Families paying in full for the upcoming school year may be eligible to receive a 3% discount off the total annual tuition. The school’s business office should be contacted for specifics regarding this discount.
What are the school’s hours of operation and is there provision of extended day supervision for students?
The school day officially begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends at 2:45 p.m. Supervised care for students is available beginning as early as 7:30 a.m.
The After Care Program is a supervised program provided by the school which allows for child care after the regular school day and also provides opportunity for participation in extra curricular activities or clubs. All students remaining in the school building after dismissal are automatically placed in After Care. After Care is offered from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday, when school is in session for a full day. After Care costs are paid separately from tuition.
Does the school provide transportation for students who attend Legacy?
We do not provide transportation to the school. However, many families carpool to make the transportation easier.
Does the school have an athletic program?
Legacy Christian Academy views athletics as an avenue for positive growth and achievement for the individuals involved as well as for the entire school community. Boys in Grades 9 - 12 have the opportunity to participate in soccer each fall, basketball each winter, and baseball each spring. Girls in Grades 9-12 soccer and volleyball each fall and basketball each winter.
Does the school offer extra curricular or travel opportunities?
After school clubs such as piano, yearbook and homework club are offered over the course of the school year. Drama will be coming in the fall of 2018. Travel opportunities for service or for education are offered as part of our J-Term Program for Upper School students. What is “J-Term”? J Term is an intensive two-week long series of elective courses offered at the end of the academic year for students in Grades 7 – 11. J Term is unique in that it allows us to offer non-traditional, hands-on classes which engage the student during the time of year when students typically are losing momentum. The cost for J-Term is not include in the tuition. Elementary students participate in a theme-based J-Term course of study which has included: God's Wild Kingdom and Under the Sea.