LEGACY CLASSICAL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY12501 Highway 287 (Exit Willow Springs Rd./Blue Mound Rd. W) Haslet, Texas 76052
Main: 817.382.2322 (2DCA)
Mondays 10 a.m – 3 p.m. and by appointment Tuesday-Friday
Phone calls are answered and returned throughout the week (Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.)
LINKS AND INFO FOR CURRENTLY ENROLLED FAMILIES:
- Parent Training Schedule for August 11 – 15, 2014
- PARENT-PRIVATE TUTOR CALENDAR 2014-2015
- Textbook List for All Grades or visit www.classbook.com/dstny.asp
- Legacy Classical Supply List 2014.2015 (Please bring supplies to school August 15th for your Class Meetings).
- Dress Code Policy. Go to our Online Store. (Embroidered Cardinal Red polos will be ready to order by August 11, 2014.
We are a certified University-Model School in the North Fort Worth/Haslet area, supporting families who seek to fulfill the biblical mandate to train children up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord. (Ephesians 6:4). We count it a privilege to come alongside families who desire to be “in the world, but not of it” as commanded in Scripture. (1 John 2:15, Romans 12:1-2)
Legacy Classical is now offering course-by-course enrollment for high school students. Click the link for details.
Highly qualified teachers provide instruction on the Legacy Classical Christian Academy campus two to three days a week. The remaining weekdays are spent at home completing reinforcement assignments and projects. Parents and/or private tutors attend valuable training workshops to help ensure quality mentoring and learning at home. In general, students spend one to two hours on at-home assignments for each hour they spend in DCA classrooms.
Our faculty, families and staff are committed to helping our students develop a Christ-centered worldview as they engage in academically advanced curriculum. This is the essence of a classical education. We adhere to this model through a structure called the Trivium, a Latin term meaning “the three ways” or “the three roads,” which form the foundation of an individual’s formal education: grammar, logic and rhetoric. Grammar is the mechanics of a language; logic (or dialectic) is the mechanics of thought and analysis; rhetoric is the use of language to instruct and persuade. In addition, we employ the progymnasmata throughout lower school and upper school instruction. The progymnasmata are preliminary writing exercises that introduce students to basic rhetorical concepts and strategies.