Legacy has taught me...

  • Nothing is an easy climb.
  • Trying new things can be fun.
  • Everything happens for a reason.
  • Work hard!
  • Somethings get hard… you must persevere.
  • It feels good to face your fears.
  • Respect others as you want to be respected.
  • You don’t need a lot of stuff to have fun!
  • Be patient with others!
  • Respect others even if they are older or younger than you.
  • Even if you don’t get your own way, always be positive.
  • Sometimes the solution to your problems is right in front of you.
  • Even it its not best for you, you should wish the best for everyone.
  • You can always pick kindness over evil.
  • Trust is a very valuable key to life.
  • Strength comes within yourself.
  • Never give up!
  • Don’t think about yourself, think about others.
  • Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.
  • Listen it helps.
  • Everything is mentality.
  • Always do your best work.
  • A cheerful mindset makes a day great!
  • Try new things, you might love them!
  • Live with a cheerful heart!
  • Legacy will always be my second family.


Every student deserves to graduate!

We work to develop leaders of sound character and academic skills who will develop into educated, contributing citizens. In collaboration with NDSU leadership students, Legacy students spend time during our weekly meetings to sharpen their communication, leadership and character building skills. Hands on, relational problem solving activities help in the development of leadership skills that will carry over into the real world of healthy relationships and careers. We are proud of the evolving skills we see in our bold leaders of tomorrow.

Public Speaking
Legacy students take the lead to share their journeys during our public presentations. These written and spoken stories reflect adult-like perseverance with laser sharp determination to become educated, assets to improve our city and world! They will not be broken or denied!​

Ashley’s Speech - Daniel’s Speech - Peter’s Speech - Regina’s Speech - Junior's Speech - Suada's Speech