The purpose of Adventure Leadership is to provide training and opportunities for students to learn and apply life skills; develop leadership abilities; and to understand God’s creation. These goals are accomplished through hands on training on and off campus. Off campus events include white water rafting, rock climbing, hiking, camping and kayaking. Students will learn first aid, water safety, cooking, emergency preparedness, orienteering, and practical life skills all within a Biblical understanding of God’s creation and leading with purpose. Research and written assignments will be integrated into each goal.
Legacy offers several Biblical studies enrichment classes including Key Figures of the Old Testament, a study of 28 key figures in the Old Testament; Systematic Theology, a study of the major doctrines of the historic orthodox Christian faith; Spiritual Disciplines, a study of the primary spiritual disciplines practiced in the Christian faith; New Testament Survey, a study of the lafe and work of Jesus, the testimony of the early church, and the writings of the apostles; and Biblical Worldview, designed to teach students how to apply a biblical perspective to the issues in our culture.
This course provides a hands-on cooking classroom where students prepare healthy, fresh, seasonal produce in a simple way through culinary team building. At every class, students will sit down and eat what they have prepared at a communal table. The objective is that by providing students with knowledge and skills, they will discover where their food comes from and be able make the connection between food, health, and the environment. Students will use a variety of recipes and cooking methods, enabling them to make life long healthy food choices.
Legacy offers three courses in American Sign Language (ASL), the fourth most used language in the United States. Deaf culture and history are integrated into instruction of basic ASL grammar, vocabulary, fingerspelling, numbers, body shifting, signing, simple deaf structure sentences, presentations, storytelling, and video.
Legacy offers two courses in Spanish. Students learn basic Spanish grammar to help them build fluency and understand the structure of the Spanish language.
Photo & Film
This course will equip students to create effective visual stories of influence. Students will learn all aspects of filmmaking from script to screen as well as valuable life skills, such as teamwork and creative communication. By the end of this course, students will recognize and create stories from life experiences and imagination, understand that their stories have significance, collaborate within a team to complete a project, and know the technical basics of
filmmaking. Students also produce an original movie for the Christian Youth Film Festival.
Robotics is the branch of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and computer science that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. Students will be introduced to these concepts in this course and participate in the construction of a robot. Students may also participate on the VEX Robotics Competitive Team which competes throughout the year.
Additional Enrichment Classes
Legacy students have the opportunity to participate in enrichment courses including Business Entrepreneur Lab, where they create and manage their own school business; Leadership Academy, where they focus on being a leader for Christ; Animation, where they explore topics such as character creation, storyboarding, stop-motion, and other animation techniques; and Graphic Design, where they study typography, image, space, color, and other basic design concepts. There are also multiple art enrichment classes including drawing, painting, and watercolor.