Hello Legacy Patriots Community,
It is with great pleasure that I introduce myself as your new principal. This will be my 3rd year with Legacy Charter School and I am excited to be in Queen Creek! I am honored to have been selected for this position and look forward to working with all the wonderful staff, students, parents, and members of the community.
We are committed to excellence at Legacy in every way. At legacy we pride ourselves on our well-rounded curriculum, positive community, and implementation of Character Counts. Our staff is prepared to dedicate themselves to the learning of every student. Our students put forth their very best in every facet of their education. Our parents are committed to supporting the education goals of their children. I am devoted to accomplishing all of these expectations in order to ensure that Legacy Queen Creek serves its community and accomplishes its mission to: provide motivated students with an opportunity to achieve academic excellence in an accelerated, back-to-basics, safe learning environment taught by caring and knowledgeable educators with supportive, involved parents.
As we begin this new year, I invite parents to participate on campus and become involved with our school. As an educator that embraces reflection, I center my leadership philosophy on understanding and responding to the needs of our students. With that said, I will count on all of you to communicate any needs and concerns that you may have. Let us work together to ensure that Legacy Queen Creek continues to offer the best education for our students.
I am grateful for this wonderful opportunity to work with each one of you; I look forward to seeing you on campus and at our many events.
Claudia McKim, MAEd, M.Ed.
Legacy Traditional School – Queen Creek
Now Offering Athlos Fitness Track
The Athlos Fitness Track introduces and creates foundations of overall athleticism in a fun, positive, and physically invigorating environment. Led by certified teachers, your child will participate in 30-50 minutes of age-appropriate physical exercise, Kindergarten two days a week, 1st through 6th grade four days a week, and 7th and 8th grade 5 days a week. Activities will range from strength and aerobic conditioning, individual and team competitions, and individual motor skill development.