The high school focuses on preparing students for college by cultivating a Biblical mindset, critical thinking skills, and a compassion for others. It is our desire to enable our students to think from a sound and godly mind so that God may be glorified in all their future endeavors. Our students’ spiritual growth is fostered through their participation in retreats, weekly chapels, positive peer groups, and community service.
Instruction is scripturally integrated so that God’s natural creation and His special revelation, the Bible, come together to form a complete worldview. Students also have opportunity to engage in sports, drama, and art which reflect God’s nature and encourage the gifts and abilities God has given to each. High school curriculum provides well-rounded educational opportunities with a comprehensive scope, offering a rigorous challenge for the college-bound student.
Bible: Church History, Bible Doctrines, Worldview & Apologetics Spanish I - IV English Literature I - IV History: World HIstory I & II, US History & American Government Mathmetics: Algebra I and II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Honors Calculus Science: Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Enivornmental Science, Anatomy & Physiology and Physics Electives: Art, Chapel Worship Team, Computer J-Term Advanced Placement Courses available through on-line learning Dual Enrollment: We offer in-house dual enrollment for Juniors and Seniors through Liberty University. Your child can earn 80 college credits and / or an Associates Degree while here at Legacy Christian Academy.
COMMUNITY SERVICE REQUIREMENT
“Whatever you do, work with all your heart as working for the Lord, not for men”~ Colossians 3:23 ~
It is with this in mind, that Legacy has complemented our high school curriculum to include an elective community service component so that students may fulfill that which we are called to do through Christ Jesus ~ serve others ~ “I have come not to be served, but to serve…” Mark 10. All high school students are required to complete a minimum of 60 hours of service over their four years of high school. Each student’s goal should be a minimum of 15 hours each school year.
CO-CURRICULAR Athletics: Boys Soccer, Girls Volley Ball, Basketball & Baseball National Honor Society Science/Academic Fair Yearbook Drama PSAT & SAT prep Mentor program Community Service Opportunities