Daniel Townsley, Chief Academic Officer, and Kevin Mosley, Upper School Principal, unveiled Legacy’s Professional School Program earlier this week. The program represents a shift from the traditional college preparatory model, as Legacy’s focus shifts to Beyond College Prep.

The Professional School Program is an enhancement of the academic framework Upper School students experience that incorporates the best of a university academic structure. Legacy Christian Academy’s Upper School will be subdivided into five Professional Schools: Business, Medicine, Engineering & Technology, Humanities, and Fine Arts. In addition to a liberal arts foundation of 22 credits, each professional school will have unique course options, additional areas of concentration, and integrated opportunities for experiential learning, symposiums, and internships. Students will begin exploring professional pathways starting second semester of their freshman year. The program will increase student engagement, enthusiasm, and insight as students explore more personalized possibilities surrounding their interests, passions, and convictions regarding the Lord’s leading and calling on their lives.

The LCA community should be very proud of the new Professional Schools Program. Not only will your students be more prepared for college but for life as well. What an exciting time in Legacy history!”
–Jennifer Fowler, Regional Associate Director for Recruitment, University of Arkansas

For an in-depth explanation of the Professional Schools Program watch the video above or visit our YouTube page.


Legacy Christian Academy is Frisco’s only Pre-K through 12 Christian school committed to educating students in a college preparatory environment balanced in academics, athletics, and fine arts–all within the context of a biblical worldview. For more information on Legacy, visit our admissions page.

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