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Greenville is Home to legacy early college

Legacy Early College consists of three campuses located in West Greenville serving over 1750 scholars in grades K4-12th grade. Our beautiful campuses feature state of the art media centers, athletics facilities, educational garden, and learning tech in every classroom.

Our 4K Center offers 120 four-year-old scholars with the needed foundations of basic academic skills. Our elementary scholars, grades 5K to fourth, learn through exploration outside of their classroom with our state of the art STEAM Lab and Media Center throughout the week. While our Parker Campus continues to support our fifth grade through high school seniors.  At our Parker campus our middle school is on a different schedule from our high school.  This ensures that our younger scholars get the attention that they need in middle school, while also allowing our high school scholars the independence that they need as well.


4K Center


At Legacy Early College 4K Center,  we strive to create a caring community of learners that gives each scholar the opportunity to share his/her interests and cultures.

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Elementary School

Elementary School

(K5-4th Grade)

At Legacy Early College Elementary, we create a school atmosphere in which every scholar can learn the values of discipline, respect, and a love of learning. All scholars have a rigorous physical education program that meets daily.

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Middle School

(5th-8th Grade)

Legacy Early College Middle School includes our unique Fifth Grade Academy and sixth through eighth grades. Every middle school scholar has an on-campus adult mentor that works closely with our Legacy families.

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Early College High School

(9th Grade - College)

The Early College High School allows qualified scholars to take college courses and receive both high school and college credit. Our higher education partners include area colleges.

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Legacy By The Numbers


4K Scholars


Elementary Scholars


Middle Scholars


High Scholars


Average Teacher Ratio

From Our Staff

Legacy Culture

Pierre MS Principal headshot

Mr. Pierre, MS Principal

string orchestra director sitting and playing the violin

                                  Ms. Saliny MS/HS

                                      Strings Orchestra Director

male teacher viewing a chromebook over a scholar's shoulder

Mr. Peralta, MS Spanish Teacher

Joy in the Journey

Room setups reflect a thorough plan for differentiation, which allows scholars to perform at the highest levels and work independently via department resources, while they each taught small groups. Students are engaged, and our model is interactive.

teacher with high school scholar

Mr. Ledford, High School Principal

African American teacher instructing a scholar at the white board

            Ms. Williams,

                       ES Instructional Coach

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Ms. Hunkeler, Parker Media Specialist

Humble & Hungry

You take these core values with you throughout life. Perseverance, Respect, Integrity, Discipline, Excellence, it is something that you will need throughout life.

African American teacher standing smiling teaching with a beige shirt at the whiteboard

Ms. Atkins, 2nd Grade Teacher/ Step Team Coach

Ms. Michaels, our elementary reading coach, sitting at a desk smiling

Ms. Michaels, EL Reading Coach

HS teacher Neena Kumar smiling

Ms. Kumar, HS Instructional Coach & PBL Facilitator 

Scholars Before Self

We implement the real time coaching during lessons and moving their scholars through the curriculum with mastery of daily lesson tasks.