Calendar

Donate

Enroll

Welcome to New Legacy Charter School

We are currently enrolling students for the 2022-2023 school year!  Click here or email cbaylon@newlegacycharter.net or roxana.cadena@newlegacycharter.net

Two Generations of Learners 

New Legacy is a small charter school providing a safe, personalized education connected to the real world.

We serve all high school students and also are tailored to the unique needs of teen parents serving pregnant and parenting high school eligible students (male and female) and their children ages 0-5.

Enroll

Schedule a Tour

View the Calendar

New Legacy is…

Family-Centered

You’ll be in the same building as your child and will take parenting classes. Early release on Wednesdays gives you time for appointments and family activities.

High-Quality

Our high school graduation rate is higher than national averages, and our Early Learning Center is among the top 13% in the state.

Relevant

Classroom learning is focused on YOUR interests and goals and will help you see how what you do in the classroom connects to your life after high school.

Fun

You’ll be able to take part in all of the traditional high school experiences (like prom) and some you’ve never experienced before (like Advisory Olympics).

v

Family Focus

Bianca & Sherlyn

Bianca & Sherlyn

“Since the first day, New Legacy made me feel part of a community. New Legacy gave me the confidence and reassurance of why I needed to believe in myself and most importantly to remind myself who is looking at me as a role model, and that was my daughter Sherlyn.”

Click below to read Bianca’s story.

read more
Angel & Unique

Angel & Unique

“(New Legacy) is small so you get help. Other schools didn’t help with the future.”

Click below to read Angel’s story.

read more
Kiarra & Violet

Kiarra & Violet

“I would not be the parent I am today without New Legacy’s help and support. The parenting classes we have help me learn new ways to raise and take care of my child that will be effective for the both of us in the future.”

Click below to read Kiarra’s story.

read more

Help our students have a brighter future

Donate