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Fall Registration Is Open. Tour with us 5/21 or 5/29 @10am

 

FAQs



Q:

Why are your classes open to multiple grades?

A:

We have seen how well children do being with multiple ages as opposed to being with children only their own age. Multiple age groups tend to open up the door for a more exceptional learning environment and leadership skills tend to grow. This also allows for children who are advanced or behind in a subject to be placed in a class that better suits their unique ability.

Q:

Is your program accredited?

A:

No, our program is not a school and we are not accredited. When you homeschool, accreditation does not matter. 

Q:

Are you registered with the Department of Education?

A:

No, we are not a private or public school. We are not registered with any educational government agency.

Q:

Do you provide a transcript or grades?

A:

The Legacy is for homeschooling families and does not provide a transcript or grades. Some vendors might offer suggested grades, but ultimately the parent is the teacher and responsible for grading.

Q:

Do you file with the state on my behalf?

A:

No, we are not a Private Satellite Program (PSP) and do not file for you as a homeschool. You will need to file with the state on your own or join a public charter school that allows you to homeschool. You can find out more here Charters + Private Affidavit + PSPs

Q:

Do you require masks?

A:

No, we will never ask anyone to cover their mouths, however we do ask you to stay home if you are sick.

Q:

Do you require vaccinations?

A:

No, we do not ask about your personal medical decisions as that is none of our business. 

Q:

Do you provide lunch?

A:

No, please pack a lunch if you are staying for lunch hour.

Q:

Do you regulate peanuts or tree nuts on campus?

A:

No, we cannot control what people pack in their lunches, but we do ask vendors to make sure no nuts are taken out during class hour. 

Q:

How much does the program cost?

A:

The total cost to you will depend on what classes you enroll in and if you are able to use charter funds or are paying out of pocket. The Legacy charges a membership fee each semester that gives you access to our program. You choose what classes, if any, you would like to enroll in. If these classes are not run by The Legacy, then you will pay the business or vendor who is running it. The Legacy only runs study hall. All other classes are run by a vendor who is their own business and you pay them directly.

Q:

Is the Membership Fee refundable?

A:

Our Membership Fee is refundable if you end up not participating in our program.

Q:

When do I need to pay the vendors that I enroll with?

A:

Each vendor is their own business and will have different payment requirements. Please see their course description for more information. Most require a deposit the month before classes begin and then collect 4 monthly payments or accept the tuition in full. Tuition is per semester, not year.

Q:

Can I use charter funds to pay for membership?

A:

No, The Legacy is not a vendor with any charter and you cannot use charter funds to pay for membership.

Q:

Can I still access classes taught by vendors who are with my charter without becoming a member of The Legacy?

A:

Yes, charters require their vendors to offer their services without membership requirements. You can still access the class on our campus through your charter’s vendor, however you will not be a part of our program unless you become a member. That means you cannot access our programs' additional offerings and we will not provide supervision for your child. The vendor will provide this supervision and therefore you will need to drop off and pick up your child exactly at the class start and end time.

Q:

Are you a drop off program?

A:

Yes, however, every family is required to commit to a Parent Participation Role (PPC) each semester.

Q:

Can parents stay on campus?

A:

We love when parents hang out and connect. If you are interested in being in class with your child, you will need to contact the vendor.

Q:

What if I want to switch classes after trying one?

A:

You cannot switch classes after the semester starts.

Q:

Can I drop a class after it starts?

A:

Yes, but you are still required to pay the full semester tuition as that vendor saved a spot in their class for your child. All members have a financial commitment to the vendor as soon as the first day of class. Before that, members are only responsible for the deposit. All members who do not respect their financial commitment to our vendors’ will be dropped from the program.

Q:

Do you accommodate special needs?

A:

If we can accommodate, we for sure will, however in most cases our program is not set up to accommodate for special needs. Please contact us to let us know your situation and if we can find a solution that works for all of us.