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We are Currently Enrolling for the 2018-19 school year.

New students need to bring the following documents to complete enrollment:

  • Photo I.D. of Parent/Legal Guardian
  • Documentation of Student’s Date of Birth (e.g. birth certificate, passport)
  • Proof of Address (e.g. utility bill)
  • Immunization Records
  • Previous School Information (e.g. transcripts)
  • ELC: Child’s Immunization Records
  • ELC: Well Child Check/Physical
  • ELC: Child’s Birth Certificate

*If you have any questions about enrollment please contact Claudia Baylon at 303-340-7880 or via email at


Family Engagement Policy

The administration, staff and parents/guardians of NLCS believe that the improved academic achievement of each student is a responsibility shared by the entire school community, including the school, community members, school administration, staff, students, and parents/guardians (as defined for purposes of this policy to all members of a student’s family involved in the student’s education). Parent/guardian involvement activities in the school will include opportunities for:

  • Parents/guardians to volunteer and be involved in school activities.

The school has volunteer coordinators who are available to coordinate ways for parents to be involved in the school. They are typically at the school on Tuesday and Thursday mornings or available to meet at others times upon request.

  • Staff development and parent education.

There are opportunities throughout the year for parents to learn how they can best support their student’s education.

  • Parents to provide home support for their student’s education.

NLCS looks to parents/guardians to ensure that students have a way to get to school every day and to support their ability to do homework at home.

  • Parents to participate in school decision-making.

Any parent/guardian is welcome and encouraged to participate on the school’s Accountability Committee, which means bimonthly on the third Thursday of the month.

  • Effective communication between the school and parents.

NLCS sends home communication with students and by mail at the end of each quarter. Updates are also posted on the school’s Facebook page and website. In addition, NLCS does phone blasts with critical information and parents are always welcome and encouraged to communicate with school staff members by email, phone, or in person.


New Legacy Charter School will administer the following local and state assessments in the 2018-19 school year:

State Assessments Required by *State Law  **Both State and Federal Law
WIDA-ACCESS* First 30 calendar days of school

August 15 – September 14, 2018

2.5 hours To identify students who may be candidates for English as a second language (ESL) and/or bilingual services; all students new to a school who speak a language other than English at home must be screened
ACCESS* January 14 – February 15, 2019 To assess comprehension and communication in English for English Language Learners; given to students who have been identified as ELL
Colorado Measure of Academic Success (CMAS)
Science* April 8-26, 2019   3.5 hours Measures student and school performance in Science according to Colorado Academic Standards
Social Studies* April 8-26, 2019    4 hours

To be done on a sampling basis with schools participating once every three years

Measures student and school performance in Social Studies according to Colorado Academic Standards
9th /10th  grade college-preparatory exam: PSAT April 10, 2019


April 9 – 16, 2019


April 10-19, 2019

Measures student preparation for college and career readiness
11th grade college entrance exam: SAT April 9, 2019


April 9 – 12, 2019


April 23, 2019

Measures student readiness for college success
Local Assessments
NWEA Measure of Academic Progress (MAPs) Fall: September 4-14, 2018

Winter: January 22- Feb 1, 2019

Spring: May 14 -May 29, 2019

Each student takes an untimed test in Reading, Language, and Math Provides information on proficiency levels in math and reading; also provides longitudinal growth data, which helps determine growth trajectories for certain students, and when needed, certain groups of students