Our scholars are dual enrolled in college classes at area colleges. These classes are held on our campus. We offer 20 different college classes to our scholars in which they may earn up to 18 credit hours towards a college degree.
Every scholar is equipped with the tools to achieve this goal. After high school graduation, our scholars are visited by our Alumni Director to ensure and assist in their college journey and even attend their college graduation. We are here for you!
Our scholars learn through active participation in various studies. We teach not only educational minds, but grow healthy minds through kinesthetic learning , emotional health, constructive self reflection, and health education.
“I am almost done with my last year of middle school, taking advanced courses, taking a college course over the summer, and a Junior Scholar. I am just overall growing into the young man I want to be.” Benjamin Luines, Class of 2025
"My favorite thing about Legacy is the community here. The teachers not only get to know you, but they know you personally!"Jayden Williams, Class of 2020
“Going to Legacy was a great decision for me because it gave me many opportunities I didn’t have at my previous school. I was able to achieve my goal of going to college on a full scholarship due to my high academic and athletic success. Legacy Early College mission is 'to and through college,' and their proving their dedication to this mission daily through scholars like me.”
Ms. Katyah Foggie, Class of 2020
“I’m glad I graduated Legacy because Legacy was able to give me the opportunity to go to college I wanted. They prepared me and made sure that I received the test scores my school required. They provided me a chance to experience real college classes which ultimately helped a lot when I went to college.”Ana Hernandez, Class of 2018
“I’m glad I attended Legacy because it installed values and principles in me that has helped me be successful in life today, also develop relationships that will last forever.” Graduating in May 2020 from University of Detroit Mercy.
harrison curry, class of 2015
“I have been here since the 5th grade and I am currently a senior in high school graduating in May with a high school diploma with enough credits to be considered as a sophomore in college.”Zharia Anderson, class of 2020
Students at LEC have access to healthy foods throughout the school day.
Nutrition Education is implemented into our core curriculum.
We do not serve nor allow nuts of any kind on our campus.
We offer Physical Education to every scholar every day.
Health Education assists our scholars to be their very best in and out of the classroom.
Staff adheres to being fit every day just as our scholars.
We offer scholars many opportunities to engage with our community.
We are a family at Legacy, we are your village.