New Legacy Charter School is a small public charter school tailored to the unique and multifaceted needs of teen parents, empowering them to create a legacy of education, quality parenting, and personal success for themselves and their children. We serve pregnant and parenting high school eligible students (male and female) and their children ages 0-5 in northwest Aurora, Colorado. We opened doors on August 31, 2015.

New Legacy Building Closed April 13 to 20th:

A person with symptoms consistent with COVID-19 was in the building the week of April 6th to 10th.  If you were in the building during this time, please be aware and take all necessary precautions. Please consult the Centers for Disease Control Coronavirus 2019 Prevent Getting Sick website for guidance on how you can best monitor your situation based on your recent contact with staff at New Legacy Charter School.

The New Legacy building will be closed from April 13th to 21st out of an abundance of caution to limit the chance for spread  This includes no access to students/families for needed supplies.  Students should contact Ellie Baker ( or Andrea Rojas ( for guidance on how to receive supplies/resources during this time. Remote learning continues as planned.

REMOTE LEARNING is HERE!  During this unprecedented time, we are all doing what needs to be done to stay safe and healthy, while continuing in our daily lives (as best as we can).  New Legacy is excited about providing a great educational service for our high school students and also our Early Learning Center (ELC) children.  Students for both the high school and the ELC will have daily assignments and daily contact with their teachers.  While we may be physically distant, we will be in constant contact with all our students and their parents; we will also be available for their questions daily.

High school students – during the week of March 30th, you will be completing projects that count for Intensive credit.  Look for a packet in the mail or check your email for these assignments.  Then, starting April 6th, your assignments will be online.  We will use a central Google Classroom page for this work (join using the code f4kvb5m).  Reach out to your advisor if you have any questions.

Students — are you ready for Remote Learning?

Attention New Legacy Charter School Students: for those that do not have a computer or internet access at home, please come to the school between 10 am and 3 pm Monday through Friday to check out a Chromebook and/or a wifi hotspot device.  Please do this as soon as possible.

School Store

Students and Parents/Guardians, our school is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 3 pm for essential services.  Access is limited to students and parents/guardians for the purposes of getting technology support or getting supplies like notebooks,diapers, formula, wipes, and food (gift cards)

New Legacy Remote Learning for Quarter Four

Governor Jared Polis issued an executive order to suspend in-person instruction at all public and private schools in Colorado from March 23 to April 30. This is in an effort to help curb the spread of COVID-19 throughout the state. The dates for closure have been changing, with no definitive date for coming back into our school building. We do know there will be a gradual lifting of restrictions and a step by step return to normalcy. WEe also know that once the “Stay at Home” orders are lifted, we will continue to have restrictions on social distancing and the size of group gatherings for at least several weeks, if not months. Given the nature of a school environment (classrooms, passing periods, public transportation, playgrounds, etc.), these restrictions are not practical within the school setting. As such, there does not appear to be a viable way for us to convene traditional in-person learning this school year.  New Legacy will follow the Aurora Public School District in finishing this school year with remote learning.  

On March 30th, remote learning opportunities for both our high school students and our Early Learning Center students had already started. We will continue to provide updates and share information with you through phone calls, emails and our website  And since New Legacy’s food provider is APS, please remember you can get free breakfast and lunch during remote learning.  See this link for more details: APS Offers FREE Breakfast and Lunch During Extended Break.

We know this news may bring up many questions and concerns. Students, please communicate with your advisors, principal ( or executive director ( if you have specific questions.  Also, during remote learning, the school must have your phone number and you must have access to a computer and the internet (the school will support you in this).  If you have not heard from us, please call the school at 303-340-7880 and leave a message with your name and current phone number.  As we develop plans for what school will look like in the weeks ahead, we will share that information with you.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented time. The safety and wellbeing of our students, staff, families and community is our top priority.

COVID-19 Information

With the heightened concerns of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), New Legacy would like to share some important information with our students, families, and friends.  We will be following all state guidelines regarding the virus.

We strongly urge the students, families, and friends of New Legacy to take these essential health precautions:

  • Stay home when you are sick, and keep your children at home when they are sick.  (New Legacy will work with students and families to support with your health and your academics – so please communicate with us.)
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.

Finally, here are a few helpful links:

  • CDC Guidelines: Federal guidelines about symptoms, prevention and what to do if you think you are sick.
  • CO State Health Department  for information about state policy changes, testing locations and other state updates.
  • Symptoms of Coronavirus  This is the federal guidelines for the illness- it is different from the common cold or seasonal flu.

Together we can help prevent the spread of this illness to those in our community most at risk. Feel free to contact the school if you have questions or concerns.

Free Breakfast and Lunch During Extended Break

New Legacy Students are part of the APS Food Service System and can get free breakfast and lunch during the extended break.  See link below for more details:



Our Mission

The mission of New Legacy Charter School is to offer young parents a rigorous, relevant, and engaging education so they are empowered with the skills needed to raise healthy children and graduate prepared for success in college and careers.

Our Vision

Young families creating a legacy of education leading to a compelling career, financial independence, and positive parenting.

In the News

ULC’s September 2015 Partner Spotlight is New Legacy Charter School!
Urban Land Conservancy
September 30, 2015

New Legacy Charter School Gives Pregnant and Parenting Students Support for Success
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools
September 18,2015

It Takes a Village to Raise a Charter School
Chalkbeat Colorado
April 20, 2015

For Colorado Teen Moms, There’s Help But Daunting Statistics
Colorado Public Radio
March 19, 2015

Charter School for Teen Parents Finalizes Location in Aurora
Chalkbeat Colorado
August 20, 2014

“I appreciate New Legacy because I get a second chance at my dream.”

- New Legacy Student