At Legacy Christian Academy, Chapel isn’t just a box we check off each week. Chapel is a deliberate and essential ingredient of a spiritual development “recipe” that begins in PreK and goes all the way through a student’s senior year. And just as every good recipe has a few fundamental ingredients, our essentials include dynamic worship, a clear presentation from God’s Word, an opportunity to share with our teachers and a Bible study method integrated into the discussion time.
Our chapel topics are derived from the concept found in Luke 2:52 where Scripture says that Jesus grew in wisdom and stature and in favor with God and with man. As we work to develop our students in each of these four areas, our chapel topics give us an opportunity to use God’s Word as a light for their path as students develop physically, emotionally and spiritually. Whether we are dealing with the issues of drugs and alcohol or developing a powerful prayer life, our speakers in chapel use God’s Word as their foundation.
Legacy Christian Academy’s Spiritual Life program encompasses every aspect of life at school. From academic coursework and Bible instruction to extracurricular activities and worship, our students are inspired and challenged every day to seek a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to encourage their peers to do the same.
Students attend daily Bible classes as part of our academic curriculum, while chapel services form an integral part of the week. Middle and high school students have opportunities to participate in and lead praise and worship, guest speakers motivate students in their spiritual walk, and topical series help students focus on key aspects of their spiritual growth. Missions and Christian service are prominent in our students’ lives – they are as much a part of student life as academics. Every student, each year, volunteers in our community. Service extends throughout the school year, and high school Christian service hours are required outside of school as well.Our Bible curriculum, chapel service, and missions initiatives, and their most instructive expression within the core and elective classrooms, is where students learn to think about and see the entire world with the mind and eyes of Christ.
If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit (Galatians 5:25).
12th Grade: Biblical Worldview Biblical Worldviews with Apologetics training. Marriage and Family Life in preparation for marriage and family. An exploration of how Christian individuals interpret the world and interact with it.
9th – 11th grade: The Life of Christ A journey through the Gospel of John which develops not only a deeper knowledge of Christ, but also a deeper relationship with Him. Featuring maps, photographs, and recreations of biblical landmarks, The Life of Christ examines the ministry and work of God’s Son within Israel’s historical and geographical context.
6th grade: Route 66 Old Testament Survey This study provides a basic introduction to the structure and themes of the Word of God. As students journey through this fast-moving survey, they will discover truths and applications that God placed in each book of the Bible. God’s gracious work is clear—from creation to the cross to the consummation of time.
7th grade: Route 66 New Testament Survey This study provides a basic introduction to the structure and themes of the Word of God. As students journey through this fast-moving survey, they will discover truths and applications that God placed in each book of the Bible. God’s gracious work is clear—from creation to the cross to the consummation of time.
8th grade: Wise Up Dynamic Christian Living In middle school, young people face more and more decisions on their own. Soon they find that their new freedoms are followed by greater responsibility and higher expectations. Wise Up encourages your students to study the wisdom of God in Proverbs, allowing Him to shape their lives into the image of His Son, Christ.