Planning for College

Legacy offers an academic curriculum that adheres to Indiana  State Standards for Mathematics, English Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, Arts, Technology, and Physical Education. Students, beginning in Kindergarten, also study Arabic as a second language. Legacy’s Arabic department is in a constant process of review and refinement of the language curriculum, to ensure that students are not only able to read and understand Quranic Arabic, but are also proficient in Arabic written and oral communication for modern usage. Qur’an and Islamic Studies are two classes that are also taught everyday as extra-curriculum for every grade.

To meet the goal of Legacy students becoming high academic achievers, the school is persistent in its endeavor to seek and provide the best academic programs and curriculum materials for its students.

The school offers grades Pre-Kindergarten through 12th and welcomes all students who are inclined to learn in a welcoming Islamic environment and who have the desire to grow academically and be challenged.

For more information, we invite you to visit the school by contacting our office

Financial Planning

Remember – there are more scholarships out there than just academic scholarships!

If you know where you will be attending college – be sure to check out the college’s financial aid/scholarship page online for specific scholarship opportunities for accepted students.


If you need to take out loans to support paying for college, check out the Federal Student Aid website for more information on types of loans.

INvestEd College Planning

Legacy Core 40 with Academic Honors

To be considered for receiving Core 40 with Academic Honors, students must complete all of the Core 40 courses listed in the Core 40 Diploma requirements section with a “C-” or above in each course and with a total grade point average of a “B-” (2.66) or above.

For the Core 40 with Academic Honors diploma, students must:

  • Complete all requirements for Core 40
  • Earn 2 additional Core 40 math credits
  • Earn 6-8 world language credits:
    • 6 credits in one language
  • Earn 6-8 world language credits
  • Earn 2 Core 40 fine arts credits
  • Earn a grade of a “C-” or better in courses that will count toward the diploma
  • Have a grade point average (GPA) of a “B-” or better
  • Complete one of the following:

A.    Earn 4 credits in 2 or more Advanced Placement (AP) courses and take corresponding AP exams

B.    Earn 6 verifiable transcripted college credits from the priority course list

C.   Earn two of the following:

1.    A minimum of 3 verifiable transcripted college credits from the priority course list

2.    2 credits in AP courses and corresponding AP exams

3.    2 credits in IB standard level courses and corresponding IB exams

D.   Earn a combined score of 1250 or higher on the SAT and a minimum of 560 on math and 590 on the evidence based reading and writing section

E.    Earn an ACT composite score of 26 or higher and complete written section

F.    Earn 4 credits in IB courses and take corresponding IB exams