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Legacy School Photo #2 - Because of the competencies early educators must have to guide development effectivity, we require all of our teachers, Preschool-6th Grade, to hold at least a Bachelors Degree in Education. With a degree, our teachers have the skill, experience and knowledge to structure learning experiences that guide the development of children's creative problem solving and conceptual thinking.
Legacy School Photo #3 - Students at Legacy School do not get lost in the crowd, as class sizes are extremely small in comparison to other Omaha private and public schools. Each classroom has a teacher as well as a teacher's assistant and is capped at 18 students. Our small class sizes allow Legacy School teachers to work on each child's academic needs.
Legacy School Photo #4 - At Legacy School teachers understand that students have differing needs when it comes to learning. That's why we use a differentiated instruction approach in which teachers proactively plan their lessons based on their students strengths. With this style of learning, teaching is evolutionary as students and teachers learn together.
Legacy School Photo #5 - Legacy School is situated on 11 acres of land which provides the space for children to explore, discover, and experiment. Playing and learning outside nurtures a child's creativity and their problem-solving skills, as well as, provides the opportunity to develop their imagination and physical capabilities.
- Legacy School offers a nonsectarian, private school setting for parents looking for high academic standards, small class sizes and exceptional teaching. Legacy School`s distinct educational approach delivers the highest quality of education through literacy-based, differentiated instruction; thus giving students the best opportunities to achieve curriculum standards. Our inviting, safe, student-centered environment caters to the individual educational needs of each student.
|School Type||Early Childhood / Day Care|
|Grades Offered||Grades Prekindergarten-6|
|Summer School Offered||Yes|
|Summer Program Details||Link to Summer Program Details|
|Total Students||252 students|
|Student Body Type||Co-ed|
|Students by Grade|
Academics and Faculty
|Total Classroom Teachers||2 teachers|
|Average Class Size||18 students|
|Classroom Dress Code||Formal|
Finances and Admission
|Admission Deadline||None / Rolling|
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Legacy School is an exceptional private school. My son has grown so much attending preschool there. I absolutely love his teachers and the administrators at the school. If you are looking for a great private school, preschool and elementary, you need to visit Legacy School!
- Posted by Parent - zj
This is our second year at Legacy Primary School! My daughter started in the PreK class and is in Kindergarten this year. I am astonished by what she has learned! Not only has she come out of her shell, she is working above grade level. What I love best about the school is they teach my daughter on her level, not in a whole group. I plan on keeping my daughter with Legacy through her elementary years, as they are adding on a grades through 6th grade!
- Posted by Parent - trock
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