God’s timing was spot on for us to open our 33,000 square foot education wing in the fall of 2020 when the COVID-19…Learn more »
In 2019, the school broke ground on a 33,000 square feet, 3 story Education Wing as the first phase of The Legacy Campaign: Beyond…Learn more »
The Lions made their first state championship appearance at Target Field, capturing 2nd place. They made an even deeper impression on the baseball…Learn more »
Over 1,800 people attended Legacy’s spring drama performance of Beauty & The Beast, selling out all 6 shows.
International student program expanded to include ELL classes.
The standing stones were added as a reminder of God’s faithfulness to Meadow Creek Christian School/Legacy Christian Academy.
New leadership is in place at Legacy Christian Academy: Jake Mulvihill – 7th-12th Grade Principal; Steve Larson – Interim President; Joel Nydam – PreK-6th…Learn more »
Meadow Creek Christian School undergoes name change to Legacy Christian Academy, while keeping their mission of cultivating Christian leaders.
The hockey program was established in the 2007-08 school year, under Head Coach Steve Larson.
Class of 2006 largest in Meadow Creek/Legacy history.
Enrollment pushes 800 and Meadow Creek Christian School becomes it’s own 501c(3).
Meadow Creek’s Mock Trial Team won the state championship two years in a row. Sponsored by the Minnesota State Bar Association, Mock Trial…Learn more »
New soccer field on the western edge of campus developed.
School administration changes for the first time since its founding under John Delich’s leadership.
Enrollment reaches 700 and facilities are expanded by building Meadow Creek Sports Center.
MCCS/LCA becomes an official member of the Minnesota State High School League. Within five years they would send their first team to a…Learn more »
John Delich cuts the ribbon to open the new athletic fields at the north end of the campus. Fields include 1 baseball diamond,…Learn more »
Meadow Creek Christian School was accredited through ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International).
The new educational wing was completed, giving space for 14 additional classrooms, including a new science lab.
First graduating class received diplomas from Principal John Delich who would lead the school for its first 21 years.