Legacy Christian Offers a Christ-Centered, Dynamic Education

In the blink of an eye, each of my babies grew into budding preschoolers, ready to take on the world. Suddenly, I had to find a school that was accepting, loving, and safe.

Legacy Christian Schools is one of those places.

It’s known for its academic excellence, as well as its supportive, caring staff, a loving, active community, and a Christ-centered approach to learning and growth.

This year’s theme is “Living in the Story,” and the verse is Ephesians 2:10 – “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”

Students at Legacy Christian School are nurtured in such a way that they leave the school as intelligent, compassionate, and well-rounded individuals. I love this concept, especially the compassion part.

Options Range from 3-Year-Old Preschool to Spanish Immersion

Legacy’s preschool classes celebrate your child’s God-given gifts while encouraging them to grow spiritually, socially, academically, and physically.

With many early childhood offerings including three and four year old preschool, young fives and Spanish Immersion (K-3), Legacy has options for every child.

There are several different schedules to best suit your family’s needs.

Ease the Transition to Middle School at Legacy Christian

Legacy even has a plan for the awkward tween years. Knowing this is a stressful age for children, Legacy helps fifth and sixth graders transition to middle school through their Intermediate Program of Development (IPOD) program. 

Students are encouraged to wonder, ask, explore, imagine, create, and grow academically, socially, and spiritually in an environment that is planned just for them!

Experience the Loving Legacy Community 

But beyond the academic education, Legacy helps students soar through their intentional community. When my kids develop friendships and are encouraged by teachers – when they feel like they belong – they do amazing things.

At Legacy, students develop their strong community through weekly chapels, worship, and small groups. The elementary, IPOD, and Middle School students come together as individual groups once a week, and several times throughout the year, they worship all together.

They also work together on loving the surrounding community by collecting non-perishable food items for a local food pantry, delivering Thanksgiving baskets to families in need, collecting hats and mittens for children, and sharing the love of Jesus with those they meet in the community.

How you can Join Legacy Christian for the 2019-2020 School Year

Legacy’s mission is to teach Biblical foundations as well as prepare students to be Christ-Followers and Kingdom-Builders. 

If you’re looking for a safe and loving environment for your child to grow in their faith and their academics, you need to tour Legacy. They are still enrolling for the 2019-2020 school year, so give them a call today.


67 68th Street SW, Grand Rapids, MI

WEBSITE | (616) 455-3860

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