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LA News -- April 15th

Founder's Note

It's tax day, Monday. On tax day I always think of Matthew 22:21 "Then He said, "Then pay to Caesar the things that are Caesar's; and to God the things that are God's." On tax day it's time that we settle up and pay what we owe the government. I never want to pay the government a penny more than I owe, but I do want to pay the debt that's mine to society. Importantly, this verse draws our mind to our obligation to "render to God the things that are God's". As Christians, this world is a foreign territory. It's not meant to be the place we love and set our affections on. We aren't meant to live like the heathen of the world who focus on personal gratification and selfish pursuits. Instead, it is our privilege to walk with God, give our lives and energy to Him, and live a Biblical-grade life that honors Him. Romans 12:1 says, "I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service." Being a living sacrifice to the Lord day by day is ours to render to the Lord and doing so is much more joyful than paying taxes!

Coming Up

  • M-F -- Senior Girls' Off-Season Basketball Practice 7am

  • M 4/15 -- Track Practice (6-12th) 3-4:30pm

  • T 4/16 -- Off-Season Boys' Basketball Practice 3-5pm

  • W 4/17 -- ACT Testing (9-11) 8am-12pm

  • W 4/17 -- Spring Formal Dance Practice (9-12) 3-4:30pm

  • Th 4/18 -- Track Practice (6-12th) 3-4:30pm

  • Fr 4/19 -- Spring Formal Dance Practice (9-12) 3-4:30pm

  • Sa 4/20 -- Spring Formal (9-12th) 5-10pm


  • Th 4/25 -- Capstone Presentations 2:15pm

  • Sa 4/27 -- Track Meet

Lunch Menu



This Week:

  • M Practice (6-12th) 3-4:30pm

  • Th Practice (6-12th) 3-4:30pm



Girls who will be on the senior girls' team next year will begin off-season basketball practice at 7am each morning M-F.


All boys 6-11th grade will have off-season basketball practice on Tuesday from 3-5pm. *Parents, if your son is in 6th-11th grades please be sure your athlete attends Off Season basketball Tuesday afternoon.

Dates for Track

Below are additional track meets we have been invited to. We will send out additional information on each we will attend. Please just hold these dates for now.

  • Saturday, April 27 (TBA)

  • Saturday, May 5 -- STATE MEET (John Brown University)

ACT Testing -- April 17th

ACT Spring Test is scheduled for Wednesday, April 17th from 8:00-12:00 for all 9th-11th graders. Students should arrive at school by 7:50 am, be well rested, have eaten a healthy breakfast, and should bring their graphing calculators.

Spring Formal -- April 20th

Legacy Academy 2024 Spring Formal is around the corner! All Freshman-Seniors are expected to attend. It will be a great evening of dinner and dancing at The Collins Home in Texarkana on April 20th from 5pm-10pm. The night will include a catered meal, dancing, games, and fun! Tickets are $50 and include the price of dinner. Parents are welcome to attend with the purchase of a ticket! Tickets are available on the Legacy Academy website and in the front office.

Capstone Presentations -- April 25

Our Capstone Presentations are scheduled for Thursday, April 25 at 2:15pm in the LA Auditorium. Friends and family are all invited to attend this to hear the culmination of our senior students' two-year projects. Contact Mr. Ward with any questions.

For those unfamiliar with Legacy's Capstone project, it is a crowning achievement of a student's academic work and a graduation requirement. The goal of the project is for students to demonstrate their ability to make a long-term commitment to a difficult or complex goal and to achieve it. As a classical school, we embrace the three primary stages of learning: Grammar, Logic, and Rhetoric. Grammar is the first stage of learning, the gathering of important data and information. Next students move to the Logic phase, learning how all the parts and data work together. Lastly, students must be able to articulate and express what they’ve learned as a master of the topic -- Rhetoric. These stages easily represent knowledge, understanding, and then wisdom.

The Legacy Academy Capstone project should reflect each student’s journey through the three stages and culminate with a presentation or demonstration on the selected topic.

Water & Field Day

Water & Field Day is on May 10th this year and it is always a very fun day for our students! We are seeking volunteers to help with set up that morning, running the games, serving lunch, and cleaning up. We recommend your child bring water shoes, sunscreen, a towel, and a change of clothes. More info to come soon!

Solar Eclipse

Campus Help Needed

Springtime weather is here, and it is time for mowing and weed-eating again. Please contact the office and help us this week!

We also have a list of maintenance needs on-campus that range from changing lightbulbs and hanging up signs to welding. If you are able to help with any of these campus projects, please call the office. 

School Photos Ready to Order!

Our Formal and Athletics photos are now available to order! See details below.

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SUMMER Programs & Camps

We are working now on different ideas for summer programs and camps for students of all different ages. We hope to have them all set and the schedule out soon! This will include events that are anywhere from 1 day-5 days long. Quilting, Mad Science, Culinary, Outdoor Skills, games, art, etiquette, theater, sports, music, and more!

If you have ideas or expertise you could help with for 1-5 day summer workshops of camps for students please email We hope to have the summer schedule out this week. Please respond to us quickly as to how you can help so we can finalize our fun summer programs. Thank you!

Time to Re-Enroll

If you have not yet done so, please fill out your application for re-enrollment for the 2024-2025 school year. Current families have priority consideration in enrollment. Please submit your re-enrollment form this week.

Scholarship Updates--important LEARNS NEWS

EFA Renewals and New Applications

Renewals Now Open; New Applications Now Open!

It's time! Please contact the office now to check on scholarship eligibility for your students!

Parents should already have completed renewals for EFA funding for the 2024-25 school year. If you have not, then please contact the office.

Applications for new families to receive EFA are now open on the ADE EFA portal HERE. Expanded eligibility categories for the 2024-2025 school year are listed below.

If you have questions about how to do this, please contact the office.

Philanthropic Scholarships

PIAK is now open, families can apply with this link. This scholarship applies to any students transferring from a public school to a private school for the first time or entering into Kindergarten for the first time (must turn 5 before August 1st) AND whose family’s income is no more than 200% of the federal poverty guidelines.

We are Enrolling New Students

We are Hiring!

Don't forget we need substitutes. Please contact the office if you might be able to sub --

We are also hoping to hire one additional grammar-level teacher for the remainder of this year. Applicants should have a bachelor's degree.

We are beginning our hiring efforts for next school year, as well. Help us find the perfect teacher match and fill positions!

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