Monthly Calendar

December 2018
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  • Saturday, December 1st– Explore Legacy
  • Monday- Thursday, December 4th-6th  STAAR Re-test
  • Monday-Thursday, December 10th- 13th High School Final Review
  • Friday, December 14th- TSI Testing

 

HIGH SCHOOL FINAL SCHEDULE

  • Friday, December 14th- 8th/9th period Final
  • Monday, December 17th High School Final- 1st period, 3rd period, and 7th period
  • Tuesday, December 18th– High School Final- 2nd period, 4th period, and 6th period

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL BENCHMARK SCHEDULE

  • Monday, December 17th- ELA and Science
  • Tuesday, December 18th Math and Social Studies
  • Wednesday, December 19th- Tuesday, January 8th- Holiday Break

 

*Please note the After- School Schedule

3:55- Car Riders to the front of the building (in the area of the picnic tables)

Bus Riders and any car riders that stay until 6:00 P.M.  report to the HS common area

4:00-4:45- Study Hall

MS- Room 110

HS- Room 115

4:45- 6:00– Enrichment Activities

 

Upcoming Events

Academics:

Thursday, December 13th- Honor Roll Luncheon

 

Sporting Events 1/11/18:

Middle School Girls Basketball Games

  • No Games

Middle School Boys  Basketball Games

  • No Games

Middle School Boys Maroon Basketball Games

  • No Games

High School Girls JV Basketball Games

  • No Games

High School Girls Varsity Basketball Games

  • No Games

High School Boys 3A Basketball Games

  • No Games

High School Boys 6A Basketball Games

  •  No Games

 

 

Legacy the School of Sports Sciences is now accepting applications in grades 6th and 9th for 2019-2020 and continuing to accept applications in grades 6th-11th for this current year.

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Professions.

Legacy has worked diligently to reach out to students and community members in the Houston area to gain a better understanding of the needs of the community as it relates to sports and academics. While cultivating relationships and partnerships with sports industry experts, Legacy has learned that the business of sports generates over $1.5 trillion dollars a year with only a percentage of that money going towards the players.

Industry statistics show that only a small percentage of student-athletes will play sports in college and even fewer will play at the professional level. However, within the athletic realm, there are professions that go beyond the playing field that are very rewarding and can keep students involved in the sports industry as a career path.

The emphasis of Legacy is on presenting these career opportunities to young student-athletes through a partnership with sports industry experts.

Legacy will be a thematic learning environment, tied together with project-based learning, which will create a curriculum focused on specific areas: athletic administration, coaching, sports media, and sports medicine.

Students will see and learn about the connection between education, athletics, science, and business. This learning style will enhance the student athlete’s ability to explore and solve real-world problems.