Legacy the School of Sports Sciences is now accepting applications the 2019-2020 school year.
Open Enrollment & Tuition-Free
This school year Legacy has no admissions requirements and no tuition. The application takes only a few minutes and can be submitted online or at our office in person.
2019-20 Application Period is going on now.
Once one child has enrolled, waitlisted siblings will receive priority and move up the waitlist.
If you have any questions regarding enrollment please contact the school or review the attached document.
Enrollment Offers & Registration: Beginning January 24, until all seats are filled
Following the lottery, the first round of enrollment offers will be made to families based on the lottery results. Families receiving offers will be notified of the offer and the process of accepting it. After accepting an enrollment offer, parents may complete Registration forms online and schedule a meeting with the school office to finalize registration.
Following the lottery and first round of offers, applicants who are waitlisted will receive notification of their waitlist number. For more information about understating the waitlist, contact our school.
Beginning November 1, applications for the 2019-2020 school year may be submitted online through the enrollment Parent Portal. Applications received during the Application Period will be entered into a lottery. This is the best time to apply!
Application Period: Now open until seats are filled
When there are more applications received than seats available in a given grade level, a lottery will be conducted. In the lottery, each application is assigned a random number and then ordered using this lottery number.
Applying After Application Period: January 23, 2019 through 2019- 2020 year
Application submitted after the designated Application Period are not entered into the lottery. These applications will be added to the waitlist in the order they are received behind applications submitted during the Application Period.
Grade Level Selection*
Please follow these guideline for grade selection during the application process:
- Student from Public or Private Schools: In general, student must apply for the next grade level in the normal progression (e.g. apply for 6th grade in 2019-2020 if currently in 5th grade.) Holding your student back or placing him or her in a higher grad is only allowed in special cases, if approved by Legacy school leadership. Contact the school office if you would like to have a discussion about your child’s grad placement.
- Students Homeschooled or from School without Grade Levels: In general, parents of these students should select applicant’s grade level based on the student’s birthdate. Birthdates should generally fall within the following ranges for students entering these grades in 2019-20:
- 6th: September 2, 2007- September 1, 2008
- 7th: September 2, 2006- September 1, 2007
- 8th: September 2, 2005- September 1, 2006
Placing your student in a different grade than indicated above is only allowed in special cases, if approved by Legacy school leadership. Contact the school office if you would like to have a discussion about your child’s grade placement. In these cases, parents may be achievement/ curriculum content.
For any questions about grade placement not address in these guidelines, please contact the school office.
*Please not that if you submit an application for the wrong grade level, this cannot be manually edited in the enrollment system. You will need to cancel the applicati9on and submit a separate one with a new submission date. Contact the school office for technical support related to the enrollment system.
Do you have further questions?
Visit the Enrollment section of our Frequently Asked Questions page for further explanations about the lottery, offers, and for admission policies. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. Thank you!
It is the policy of Legacy the School of Sport Sciences to comply with all state and federal regulations regarding admission and not to discriminate during the admission and enrollment process on the basis of sex; national origin; ethnicity; religion; disability; academic, artistic, or athletic ability; or the district the child would otherwise attend under state law.