Legacy Extra-curricular Activities
A Wide Range of Fun Learning Activities
Legacy provides a variety of academic and interest-based extra-curricular activities to enrich student learning and build student connectedness on campus.
Two Legacy programs specifically promote reading for pleasure and comprehension. The Accelerated Reader program tracks student progress in comprehension after reading books at the designated reading levels. Students receive recognition for passing computerized quizzes and advancing reading levels.
Students document minutes they read outside of school and are rewarded with certificates, recognition, and prizes for their efforts.
Legacy offers several seasonal lunchtime clubs to upper grade students. The Geography Club meets for eight weeks in the fall to explore different continents. The Science Olympiad Club gathers for eight weeks in the winter and prepares participants to enter the regional competition of the National Science Olympiad. The Java Book Club meets three to four weeks to read, discuss and vote for books contending for the California Young Readers Medal.
Legacy hosts four yearly contests to encourage academic pursuits:
The Speech Contest (3rd-8th grades)
Geography Bee (4th-8th grades)
Spelling Bee (3rd-8th grades)
Science Fair (3rd-8th grades)
All academic content participants receive certificates, while names of the top three students in each contest are engraved on trophies that are housed in the Legacy Trophy Case.
After School Classes
After school contract classes are available for students for an extra fee. These classes may include chess, cooking, cheer, clay, dance, Mad Science, robotics and Lego Animation.
The Legacy Drama Club provides creative instruction in chorography, staging and other theatrical skills. The club presents a large-scale evening production in the spring.
Homeschooled children have the opportunity to enroll in our enrichment classes - including P.E., art, music, Spanish and computer lab. They may also participate in our after school contract classes such as drama, photography, and Glee. Interested applicants my stop by the Legacy office for more information and a schedule of fees.