Your donation will help New Legacy support two generations of learners at a time. With your contribution, we can continue providing a rigorous, relevant, and engaging education to young parents and their children. Together, we will empower teen parents with the skills needed to raise healthy children and graduate prepared for success in college and careers.
New Legacy Charter School is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization. All donations are fully tax-deductible. Donations designated for the ELC are eligible for a Colorado tax credit of up to 50% of the total donation amount through the Childcare Contribution Tax Credit (CCTC).
Have you thought about volunteering with New Legacy? We have several opportunities throughout the year to work directly with students, offer behind-the-scenes support, and/or make a financial contribution to support our two generations of learners.
Join A Board Committee
We have five board committees focused on different aspects of school operations, all of which are seeking new members. These committees are Finance, Academic Excellence, Early Childhood Education, Development, and Enrollment. If you are interested in joining a committee or want to learn more, please contact Steven Bartholomew.
Sit on an Exhibition Panel
Each quarter, our students participate in Exhibitions in which they present their work to staff, families, fellow students, and volunteers. This is an opportunity for students to showcase their learning in a supportive environment, helping them gain confidence and essential skills. We regularly hear from volunteers who tell us how impressed they are with our students’ presentations and how much they learn from these Exhibitions. We are looking for volunteers from the community who can sit in on Exhibitions (held in October, December, March, and May) and give feedback to students following their presentations. To get on the invite list to be a volunteer for Exhibitions, email Sara Kahn.
Offer A Real-World Learning Experience
New Legacy’s Real-World Learning program gives students meaningful, relevant experiences that they can carry into their lives after graduation no matter what path they choose. We now have a school-wide internship program and are seeking mentors for our students. If you—or any professionals you know—are interested in mentoring a student two days a week, please reach out to Bemar Martinez. A few hours a week can be life-changing for a young person.
Attend Our Annual Breakfast
Each spring, we host an annual fundraising breakfast that celebrates our students and raises funds that allow us to continue serving them. You won’t want to miss our inspiring student speakers—they are always a hit! This year, our celebration will be on May 9, 2024. More information to come!
Support Us for Free Through King Soopers
With your King Soopers or City Market Loyalty card, you can support New Legacy for free every time you shop for groceries. To sign up, visit this website and follow the instructions. Once you’re signed up, King Soopers will donate a portion of the sales from your groceries to us at no extra cost to you.
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Current Job Openings
New Legacy Charter School seeks innovative, committed educators for both the high school and early learning center. We look for individuals from diverse backgrounds who thrive in a student-centered environment of respect, trust, and high expectations. To support our team members, New Legacy is committed to providing extensive professional development and coaching, dedicated planning time, a strong school culture, a small school with small class sizes, and shared leadership.
When available, job listings will be posted here.
New Legacy Charter School – ELC is seeking a Teacher Assistant for their infant/toddler program and a Teacher Assistant Floater. Prefer Early Head Start qualifications, such as an ECE 101, 103, 111, 112, or an Infant/Toddler CDA and has a minimal Level 2 in PDIS.