Welcome to Legacy School

Legacy School is Nebo School District's high school for young parents.  It is open to any 9th through 12th grade or adult education student who has the primary responsibility for the care of a child.

Legacy School offers a full high school curriculum in a nurturing and safe environment with small classes.

Students who finish high requirements at Legacy School may receive their diploma from their home high school, if they meet the credit requirements for that school and if that school is within Nebo School District.

Nebo is Partnering with Tabitha’s Way

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Wed, 04/14/2021 - 13:03
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Lana Hiskey
Nebo is Partnering with Tabitha’s Way

Nebo is partnering with Tabitha’s Way for a new event called Read & Feed.

The purpose of this event is to encourage children to continue to read during the summer and to educate families facing food insecurity regarding food resources available to them and their children while they are not attending school. Our goal is to gather 10,000 gently used books that children can take home with them and keep to read during the summer.

Nebo School District Offers Love and Logic Parenting Workshop

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Tue, 04/13/2021 - 13:37
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Lana Hiskey
Nebo School District Offers Love and Logic Parenting Workshop

Nebo School District in partnership with Spanish Fork City presents a virtual Love and Logic Parenting Workshop.

“There's a lot of advice out there on how to raise your kids – some better than others. ‘Love and Logic’ is a favorite of therapists, family life educators, teachers, principals, and most importantly parents. It is practical, easy to learn, and really effective! Come and enjoy this fun, upbeat, and informative workshop full of useful tips!” – Jonathan Sherman, LMFT, Family Therapist and Parent Educator

Spring Fling

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Fri, 04/02/2021 - 13:46
Spring Fling

We enjoyed several fun activities before school let out for Spring Break. Gnome Sweet Gnome – Two sisters, Layna and Brenda, prepared kits for each student to make their own adorable spring gnome. It took a little sewing, stuffing and hot gluing but the finished gnomes were adorable. Flower Arranging 101 – Chad and Cherie Wright of Wright Floral taught everyone how to make a floral bow out of wired ribbon.

Guest Speaker – April Yazzie

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 03/25/2021 - 09:32
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Guest Speaker – April Yazzie

Our guest speaker presented information on how drugs of all kinds affect our brains. April Yazzie is an Associate Clinical Mental Health Counselor at Urban Indian Center of Salt Lake (UICSL). Adolescence and young adulthood is a time of significant growth and development in the brain. Teens’ developing brains are more susceptible than the brains of adults to damage from outside influences. This means substance use during the teen years creates a more distinct risk for immediate and lasting harm.

Monday Mugshot Reveal

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Thu, 03/25/2021 - 09:27
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Monday Mugshot Reveal

Check out who is being featured on Monday Mugshots. This week, we are featuring Susan Boothe, our magnificent Program Manager!

  • What was your favorite subject in high school? History
  • What was your least favorite subject? Chemistry
  • What makes you excited about being at Legacy? Seeing our students succeed and recognize their abilities.

Celebrating Pi Day

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Mon, 03/15/2021 - 11:32
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Celebrating Pi Day

What does π or Pi mean? Our math teacher, Mrs. Yazzie, gathered everyone to review and celebrate mathematics and National Pi Day (3/14).

  • Pi is a letter in the Greek alphabet
  • Pi is irrational number, which means it will continue infinitely without repetition or pattern
  • Pi is extremely useful when solving geometry problems involving circles
  • Archimedes was the first to record an algorithm calculating Pi
  • Albert Einstein was born on Pi Day in 1879

Field Trip – Springville Museum of Art

Submitted by jane.wilkins on Wed, 03/10/2021 - 15:21
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Field Trip – Springville Museum of Art

“You don’t have to be someone special to achieve something amazing. You’ve just got to have a dream, believe in it, and work hard.” Jessica Watson, from Australia, is the youngest person to sail solo and unassisted around the world at 16 years of age.

To inspire our Legacy students to have dreams, focus and work hard, we made a trip to the Springville Museum of Art to view the Utah All-State High School Art Show. Each of us has the power within us to achieve amazing things.

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