Learning Beyond the Classroom

Legacy Christian Academy Student Trips Visit Us

Education at Legacy is about much more than lessons learned in a classroom. We believe that  learning is a lifelong endeavor and hope to instill a love of learning in our students. To that end, Legacy students will take several trips during their time here. Various trips focus on history, science, service, and in the case of the senior class trip to Camp Eagle, just plain fun!

Texas History Trip

This hands-on trip explores the symbols of Texas, including the Texas State Capitol Building, the Alamo, and the San Jose Mission. Fourth graders experience growth in friendships as they “camp out” in the cabins of TBarM in New Branfuels.

Texas History Trip

This hands-on trip explores the symbols of Texas, including the Texas State Capitol Building, the Alamo, and the San Jose Mission. Fourth graders experience growth in friendships as they “camp out” in the cabins of TBarM in New Branfuels.

Sky Ranch

Sixth graders learn about God as the great scientist on this science-based trip as they take outdoor classes and learn about forces in nature, using a compass, and more. Students also complete team-building activities throughout the trip.

Sky Ranch

Sixth graders learn about God as the great scientist on this science-based trip as they take outdoor classes and learn about forces in nature, using a compass, and more. Students also complete team-building activities throughout the trip.

US History Virginia Trip

“Pursuit of Faith and Freedom” is an exciting trip to Virginia for Legacy 8th graders. Students explore our country’s heritage by visiting places such as Richmond, Monticello, St. John’s Church, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. History comes alive as students walk in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers and participate in re-enactments and period activities.

US History Virginia Trip

“Pursuit of Faith and Freedom” is an exciting trip to Virginia for Legacy 8th graders. Students explore our country’s heritage by visiting places such as Richmond, Monticello, St. John’s Church, Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown, and Yorktown. History comes alive as students walk in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers and participate in re-enactments and period activities.

Costa Rica

Eighth–12th graders have the opportunity to experience missions and service first hand on a summer mission trip to Costa Rica. Students host a VBS for the children at an orphanage, provide dance lessons at a senior living facility, and engage in work projects to serve the local community. Of course, they also experience all the beauty Costa Rica has to offer while zip-lining through the rainforest or white-water rafting.

Costa Rica

Eighth–12th graders have the opportunity to experience missions and service first hand on a summer mission trip to Costa Rica. Students host a VBS for the children at an orphanage, provide dance lessons at a senior living facility, and engage in work projects to serve the local community. Of course, they also experience all the beauty Costa Rica has to offer while zip-lining through the rainforest or white-water rafting.

Europe Trip

Each spring break, Legacy Upper School students have the opportunity to travel to Europe. While the site varies from year to year, each one affords the opportunity to walk and live the history they learn in the classroom. Past locations include England, Scotland, France, Italy, and Greece.

Europe Trip

Each spring break, Legacy Upper School students have the opportunity to travel to Europe. While the site varies from year to year, each one affords the opportunity to walk and live the history they learn in the classroom. Past locations include England, Scotland, France, Italy, and Greece.

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