Auditions for the well-known Texas All-State Choir began Sept. 15. This choir, known as one of the most elite singing ensembles in the state. Around this time each year, the choir holds auditions for all school choirs in the state of Texas. “I don’t know how far I’ll go, round two is going to... Read more »
Even though it might amaze some people, but, here at Legacy, there is such thing as sports other than football. Yes, I know it’s shocking, but it’s true. Actually, some of these other, somewhat hidden sports might even be better than the football team. Our school is made up of a group of students,... Read more »
BASIC, Brothers and Sisters in Christ, held their first meeting in September in the morning around the flagpole to pray before the day began. Senior Katie Knapp restarted the group because she felt that it would be an uplifting way to build fellowship with fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. “It’s... Read more »
A new business has popped up on Cooper. Watch to find out more!
Who Founded Celebrate My Drive? State Farm, the insurance company, founded Celebrate My Drive in 2012 to promote safe driving for teens. When Does It Start? Celebrate My Drive begins October 15th (the first day of National Teen Driver Safety Week) and runs through... Read more »
Sophomore Graham Knapp walks off the plane after an hour long flight to London, England. Immediately stepping off the plane, he hears a language not heard in awhile after living in Germany for the past few months: English. He could now add one more city to his list of places traveled. For eight months,... Read more »
Don't have a clue what the PSAT is? Wondering what in the world ASVAB stands for? Here's a basic rundown of the testing on Oct. 15. ... Read more »
Helping others in our community should be something everyone does from time to time. Whether you need community service hours or not, here are some ideas. Mission Arlington Help by folding clothes, stocking shelves, or whatever else... Read more »
On October 7th, Legacy's Varsity Volleyball played against Red Oak High School.
Monday. 5 a.m. Pitch black outside: The beginning of a long day. She drags herself out of bed and scrambles to find the lamp switch to turn on the light. As the morning sky starts to fade into a lighter shade of dark blue, senior Meghan Qualls throws on her sweatshirt and heads downstairs. “I... Read more »