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Final Blog: Phillip Smith

Final Blog: Phillip Smith

June 1, 2017

My family has this thing where they think moving clear across the country is cool, so I guess it's my turn. Early in my college application experience, I was for sure going to a ...

Final Blog: Lexi Ellis

Final Blog: Lexi Ellis

May 30, 2017

I wish I had another year left of high school. I switched to Legacy halfway through sophomore year and knew no one. I felt like I was getting thrown into a tank of nearly boiling...

Final Blog: Anna Jordan

Final Blog: Anna Jordan

May 26, 2017

Growing up, I was always told to take time and appreciate the things going on around me, because time flies. Like other kids, I always ignored that until I came to Legacy. I blink...and...

Looking Back on Junior Year

Looking Back on Junior Year

May 25, 2017

Morgan Richards During my entire freshman and sophomore experience, I was bombarded with upperclassmen warning me about the dangers of senioritis and procrastinating, avoiding certain...

Final Blog: Sara Gerges

Final Blog: Sara Gerges

May 22, 2017

Oh, senior year. Somehow my senioritis has not escalated to the point where I couldn’t write this blog, so let’s take a moment to thank God. Senior year is bittersweet. It’s...

Final Blog: Hannah Garcia

Final Blog: Hannah Garcia

May 12, 2017

I remember walking into those silver metal doors the first day of school four years ago. I was wearing this weird leopard print shirt with my face and arms tan as can be feeling para...

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