Group of people in front of the library

(L to R) Jenny Allison, Chief Academic Officer Daniel Townsley, Becky & Chris Johnson, Incoming Head of School Kevin Mosley, and Jay Allison join in the celebration at the ribbon-cutting.

Legacy Christian Academy (LCA) celebrated the acquisition of its new Early Learning Campus with an official ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 1st attended by numerous city officials, students, parents, faculty, and staff.

The new campus will open in August of 2022 to serve students in grades Pre-K 3 through Junior Kindergarten. As Legacy continues to experience a surge in enrollment school-wide, the timing to acquire this new facility was ideal. The 26,000 sf building sits on almost three acres of land and contains fourteen classrooms that are specifically designed for early childhood learning. The building houses a library, technology/robotics center, music room, gymnasium, health clinic, laundry room, and a catering kitchen. While outdoors, students can enjoy expansive, secured playgrounds, a greenhouse, and garden areas. The Early Learning Campus, located off of Lebanon just west of the Dallas North Tollway, is just a few minutes from Legacy’s primary campus providing families with the same access to all of LCA’s outstanding resources.

Councilwomen Laura Rummel and Tammy Meinershagen, Head of School Bill McGee, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Angelia Pelham, and Incoming Head of School Kevin Mosley.

Board of Trustee member Trent Wood signs the ribbon before it is cut.

Participating in the ribbon-cutting were Bill McGee, Head of School; Kevin Mosley, incoming Head of School; Tony Felker, President of the Frisco Chamber; Angelia Pelham, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem; Nicole Franks, Board of Trustees; Jeff Owens, Board of Trustees; Trent Wood, Board of Trustees; Jay Allison previous Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Chris and Becky Johnson, visionary founders of LCA, many distinguished Chamber Ambassadors from various organizations throughout the Frisco community; faculty, staff, and students Palmer Maynard and Greyson Stockton, `37, Collins Stack, `36, Caroline Stack, `34, and Eli Stack, `33.

Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Angelia Pelham, Principal Tiffany McCollum, previous LCA Board Chairman Jay Allison, and Frisco Chamber of Commerce Tony Felker.

Legacy Christian Academy is Frisco's preeminent 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.