Legacy Preparatory Academy builds the foundation of knowledge and critical thinking skills necessary for children to become independent learners for life.
Provide a classically-based curriculum that is thorough and challenging.
Integrate fine arts to enhance learning.
Teach the value of public virtue to promote respect.
Engage parents as real partners to share in enriching student education. ( Legacy Builders Presidency)
Honor each child as an individual and foster their innate curiosity and desire to learn.
At Legacy, we focus on the arts. Students receive direct instruction designed to teach students about art techniques, art history and master artists giving them the ability and confidence to create their own masterpieces.
Track My Progress and DIBELS are types of tools we use to track each students's academic growth. These tools test math skills, reading mechanics, and reading comprehension allowing teachers and administrators to better meet the needs of each individual student.
LLPA delivers a Classical Education. The Utah State Board of Education gauges student progress based upon a handful of criteria, measured by computer adaptive testing. This typically assesses proficiency in state standards for English/Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. While this is important, Classical Education strives for much more!
Since the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans, Classical Education has been about the “entire human-being,” which includes intellectual and moral virtues. Intellectually, its goal is to teach students to think well and to master a certain body of knowledge. In terms of moral virtues, it guides students to act with honor and integrity, and to exhibit discipline and self-control. A Classical Education also emphasizes the importance of outward service and greater personal resiliency and courage.
These Classical Education benchmarks are rarely pursued or measured in a typical public school. Critically, LPA students follow the path of ancient Greek and Renaissance scholars, focusing on core subjects and the arts.
“To know nothing of what happened before you were born, is to forever remain a child.” – Cicero