The 2021 Prom committee outdid themselves in an effort to make the first Legacy Prom post-pandemic one to remember!

The Back to the Future theme brought Marty McFly and Doc on campus traveling through time in their Delorean! They then transported the prom-goers to the 1950’s Enchantment Under the Sea prom of Marty McFly’s parents! The community was invited to take a step back in time with classic cars on display as part of the pre-grand march festivities!

A huge thank you to all the volunteers who sacrificially gave of their time, talents, and resources to create such a memorable event for students.

Legacy’s most significant fundraiser of the year went VIRTUAL on Friday, April 30th. The Legacy Commons was converted into a production studio complete with special lights, mics, and our own sound & videoGala Web Slider Image crew. We were blessed beyond measure with the team that came together to bring the fun of the All-Star Legacy Bowling Battle and the Live Auction to your living room! You engaged with us over YouTube chat, Zoomed into our virtual green room, and participated in bidding wars for fabulous auction items! We hope each of you who participated in the Guess the Gala game throughout the watch party had fun crowning a winner at your house! Can you believe some of those answers?! Like 699 students already enrolled for the 2021-2022 school year?!

God’s hand is on Legacy and we are so encouraged to be on this journey of equipping minds and discipling hearts. Through our engaged audience on Friday evening, we raised $35,057 in auction donations and $80,645 in night-of-giving for a total of $115,702, just shy of our $125,000 goal!

Could YOU be the MISSING PIECE that will help us reach our goal of raising $125,000?

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Contact Sue Happ, Director of Advancement, with any questions.
Funds raised at this year’s gala will go directly to support student learning through scholarships, program enhancements, and facility upgrades needed to accommodate enrollment growth.

On Monday, October 12, 2020, 96 friends of Legacy hit the course at The Links at Northfork in Ramsey to Scramble for Students. This major fundraising event is typically held annually inJune, but pandemic concerns put us on hold and adjustments were made to create a mini but mighty version this fall. We are thrilled to share that we raised over $22,000 for student scholarships and athletics.

A huge thank you to our sponsors and golfers for making this event a reality.


First Place: Team Morell Logistics (Porter Morell. David Welna, Jesse Linhoff and Torrey Johnson) (-13)

Second Place: Team Powell (Dean Powell, Kevin Powell, Pat Buckeen, and Gray Gillan) (-10)

Longest Putt – Men: Phillip Van Gorp

Longest Putt – Women: None reported

Longest Drive – Men: Dean Powell

Longest Drive – Women: Christine Kinghorn

Closest to Pin – Men: Dave Lutz

Closest to Pin – Women: Emily Katnis


We would like to invite you all to take advantage of early bird registration (savings of $10 per golfer) for our 2021 Scramble for Students on June 7th.

REGISTER TODAY

Photos courtesy of CUSTOM OBSCURA PHOTOGRAPHY. Team foursome pictures will be mailed shortly.

The 2020 Virtual Mane Event was a HUGE SUCCESS thanks to our amazing sponsors and creative, adventurous participants like YOU!

Our Legacy Community came together to celebrate this event in their own way, on their own time, and we surpassed our $25,000 goal with 135 mane event participants.

Together we have raised over $30,000 to support the new education wing!

Our top pledge-raising students were:

First place, winner of $200.00 ~ Sophie Britton (11th grade) – $3,000.00

Second Place, winner of $150.00 ~ Giada Marana (4th grade) – $1,040.00

Third Place, winner of $100 ~ Alaina Hess (3rd grade) – $825.00

We also gave awards to:

Most Pledges, winner of $75 ~ Andrew Akehurst (4th Grade) – 29 pledges

Most Creative Race, winner of family dinner at Pizza Ranch ~ The Schiebout/Stromberg families

Most Creative Obstacle Course, winner of family dinner at Pizza Ranch ~ The Sorenson families

Any outstanding pledges can be turned in at the School Office.

Now that you’ve directed your very own MANE EVENT, email Sue Happ if you think one of YOUR obstacles should be featured in the 2021 Mane Event when we’re back on campus!

Video Submissions:

Legacy YouTube Playlist of Submissions (Videos were uploaded to the Legacy YouTube channel as UNLISTED – if you want your video removed please email us and we will happily do so.)

Swedeen

Coulthart

Anderson/Enns

We were truly blown away by the photo and video submissions received. Thank you for inviting us to share in your joy!

We honored all branches of the military this morning with the presenting of the colors by Allegiant Honor Guard and a personal testimony from Marine Veteran Peter Wojciechowski. A special thank you to all who serve and the Legacy Showcase Committee for an honoring event.

We had an incredible day of service on Friday, October 4! YouthWorks partnered with us to provide service opportunities thatServiceDay19 were local, compelling, and authentic. Our students had the opportunity to use various gifts to serve like-minded organizations and the Twin Cities, and in doing so, glorify God. We want our students to be servants, and this day provided an opportunity for students to fulfill our vision for them! Mr. Keefe and Dr. Lohse were able to visit many sites while our students were serving and herd overwhelmingly positive feedback from the site leaders.

“To say that I am proud of them is an understatement.” – Dr. Lohse

“I know God was planting and watering throughout the day Friday in so many hearts, and I thank all of you for being a part of that process.” – Tom Keefe

The 2019 Mane Event was a HUGE SUCCESS thanks to our amazing sponsors, volunteers, and adventurous participants! The chililer weather did not slow us down.

Whether you collected pledges, challenged yourself on the course, volunteered your time, sponsored an obstacle, or cheered from the sidelines – our Legacy Community came together for a GREAT DAY!

Together our 331 participants have raised $23,000 of the $25,000 goal!  If you have any outstanding pledges those can be turned in at the School Office.

Our top pledge-raising students were:
First place, winner of $200.00 – Sophie Britton (10th grade) – $1,500.00
Second Place, winner of $150.00 – Evan Ollestad (1st grade) – $925.00
Third Place, winner of $100 – McKenna Hartje (kindergarten) – $890.00

‘Winners of Pizza Ranch Gift Cards:
Arabella Luhring (2nd grade) – $600
Kaden Luhring (5th grade) – $600
Alyse Schiebout (6th grade) – $300
Ellie Schiebout (11th grade) – $300
Jacob Schiebout (3rd grade) – $300
Lana Schiebout (9th grade) – $300
Dallas Berry (5th grade) – $295
Ava Eldstrom (3rd grade) – $285
Aubrey Eldstrom (kindergarten) – $285
Elyse Klauser (5th grade) – $255

Once again thank you to our event sponsors! WE ARE SO GRATEFUL FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!

Save the Date: Mane event 2020 will happen on September 12, 2020.

Do YOU have ideas for some new obstacles? Please contact Sue Happ ~ [email protected]

There’s one way to warm up a MN January with below zero temps…participate in Legacy’s Homecoming activities!

The week of Homecoming was filled with dress up days, medallion hunt clues, fun grade competitions and the highly anticipated Buddy Relays at the Friday Pepfest.

Alumni came together on Friday evening for the Alumni Hockey game and again on Saturday morning for Alumni Volleyball.  The basketball teams hosted their annual Pancake breakfast and our athletes worked hard on the ice and the court that evening.

We hope you were able to join us!


Game Results

Boys Hockey 2-3 OT vs. LaCrescent-Hokah

Girls Basketball 66-28 vs Community of Peace

Boys Basketball  71-48 vs Community of Peace


Pepfest Gallery
Alumni Games Gallery
Boys Hockey Game Gallery
Basketball Games Gallery

THE JUNGLE RUMBLED!

A BIG thank you to all you supported this year’s Mane Event: Conquer Your Terrain.

The 2018 Mane Event was a HUGE SUCCESS thanks to our amazing course sponsors, volunteers, and adventurous participants!

Whether you collected pledges, challenged yourself on the course, volunteered your time, sponsored an obstacle (or two), or cheered on the sidelines; our Legacy Community came together for a GREAT DAY!

Together we have raised over $27,000!

Any outstanding pledges can be turned in at the School Office.

Enjoy this video recap!


What a wonderful evening we had at the 2017 Legacy Gala!

Thank you to all of you who helped make the event a success. It was a great opportunity to celebrate all the things God has done over the past 40 years and hear a glimpse of where we are going. We came together as a community, reconnected with old friends, and were blessed by hearing the heart of Legacy from Head of School Jake Mulvihill.

New this year was a live auction of several Legacy experiences. Principal for a Day, and an art party with Mr Anderson, were so popular we had to offer two of each! Joel Nydam and Jake Mulvihill sacrificed their backs as paintball targets to raise the bids on two paintball parties. These items and others raised $16,000!

A big THANK YOU to our table sponsors! Due to your generosity, all expenses for the evening have been covered.

So far the Gala raised $137,600 towards the Annual Fund and produced 39 founding members of Legacy’s Investor’s Circle! Several people who attended the Gala are still considering their gift.

We are so thankful for this community and the support that you have sacrificially made all year. We hope you found the evening to be a blessing.

Still time to Donate!

If you were unable to join us at the Gala, would you consider making a gift? Your gift is an investment in our students’ education and supports current-year operations including academic programming, athletics, scholarship aid, and faculty development.

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