Legacy High School
After the bond was passed in 2012, LHS began with only a freshmen class in 2013-2014, which was made up of 8th graders at Simle from the previous year. The freshmen were at a temporary location at the Career Academy.
For the 2014-2015 school year LHS was made up of freshman and sophomores and classes were held at the Hughes Building, which is the central administration for BPS. Students also attended classes in the 8 portable buildings located in the parking lot of Hughes.
The new building opened its doors to students in August 2015 welcoming freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The building was partially under construction for the 2015-2016 school year.
For the 2016-2017 school year LHS for the first time had a class of freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors with just over 1,100 students attending.
In 2017, Legacy High School had its first graduating class.
The Legacy Sabers school colors are Vegas gold, white, and black.
Legacy High is thankful for their volunteers that help make a difference for their student’s each and every school day. Please contact Legacy High’s secretary at 701-323-4800 to find out more ways that you can become involved today!
Please note: Due to the COVID-19 School Re-entry plan, access within the building may be limited.
Legacy High School
Donation Category Details
Donations to the Athletics fund will be utilized to fund equal opportunity for students to participate in extracurricular athletics that may not have the ability to do so otherwise.
Donations to the Fine Arts fund will be utilized to fund equal opportunity for students to participate in fine arts (such as art, band, etc.) that may not have the ability to do so otherwise.
Scholarship- Legacy High School
Donations to the scholarship fund will be utilized for LHS seniors who have been awarded this year’s LHS Scholarship.
Reinforcing positive behavior and academic achievement through students recognition helps to guide students to showcase positive outcomes. Funding provided would be utilized for student prizes such as school apparel, reading materials, etc.
This funding would go to provide for students where basic needs have been identified. This would include, but not be limited to, personal hygiene products, lice shampoo, winter gloves, snow pants and coats, socks, underwear, etc.
Funding would go to provide appreciation gifts for teachers who a making a difference in the lives of our local youth. This could range from a small gift to a catered lunch for teachers.
Partner with the BPS District to empower every learner to thrive by enhancing the services and recognition of students and staff.