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2016-2017 Report Card

Open Positions

Because of the increase of students population at Legacy School and the need to extend the school curriculum to fit the Advance-Ed Accreditation, Legacy Learning Center open few job position for:

  • Full Time/Part Time Science Teacher
  • ​Full Time Elementary Home Room Teacher.
  • Part Time ENG-Science-Math and Literature for Middle & High School​
  • Part Time ESL

​Please fill out the employment application and send it to:

Legacy Learning Center Report card

President Obama’s Letter to Legacy Students

Legacy School Accreditation 

Dearest Community, Parents and Teachers,

With the grace and blessings of Allah SWT, Legacy Learning Center, has received the school zoning variance certificate from the city county of Indianapolis and become accredited by the Indiana State Board of Education. Legacy School will now be eligible to apply for the state voucher program in 2016-2017 school year. Thanks to Allah SWT first of all, and his abundant mercy and bounties, this is another successful hallmark in the short history of the school. We'd like to sincerely express our gratefulness to everyone involved, directly or indirectly, in the betterment and improvement of the school. Let's ask Allah SWT to make these two successful milestones a blessing for our children, the school board, the staff, the parents, and the community at large.​

Eid Mubarak and congratulation to Legacy Learning Center Community!

​New at Legacy School

Dear Community members!

We are pleased to announce the addition of 11th grade to our High School rank. We are now accepting applications for enrollment in 11th grade. Please submit your child's application to the administration if you wish your child to attend 11th grade at Legacy Learning Center in '18-'19 school year. 

Legacy Administration


Annual Legacy Learning Center Science Fair

Dear Legacy Parents, 

It is our pleasure to announce that the Legacy's Annual Science Fair 2016" for Elementary and Middle school students has successfully taken place on Friday, February, 12, 2017. The competition resulted in 6 best projects winning 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places respectively from both Elementary and Middle School grade levels

Elementary Winners

  • 1st – Abdulrahman Ali (5th grade) 
  • Project Topic: “How does heat affect color?” 
  • 2nd – Hiba Soomro (4th grade) 
  • Project Topic: “Does vinegar kill bacteria?” 
  • 3rd – Anam and Rubab Chaudhry (5th grade) 
  • Project Topic: “Global Warming: The Green House effect”

Middle School Winners

  • 1st – Sarah Samlali (6th grade) 
  • Project Topic: “What is the effect of natural and chemical fertilizers on your plant, environment, and you?” 
  • 2nd – Abdullah Ali (8th grade) 
  • Project Topic: “Stain Removal: Is highly acidic concentration enough to remove the stains?” 
  • 3rd – Alpha Diallo, Roberto Chavez, and Mahammadou Drame (6th grade) 
Project Topic: “Which water is better for you-Alkaline, Tap Water, or Bottled Water? If the PH level of the waters were tested which will be healthier for you?”

The winners as well as other participants from the school science fair will now have a chance to compete in the Regional Round of the competition organized by CIRSEF at Marian University. We wish our students the best of luck! 
Legacy Learning Center Administration