Legacy Christian Academy partners with Christian families to educate students in a Christian Worldview and to develop character so they become innovative and wise world-changers.
In order to develop students who will influence their culture both locally as well as the world at large, Legacy Christian Academy provides an academically challenging education that is foundationally rooted in the Word of God. We provide our students with opportunities to use their God-given skills and talents for personal growth as well as for future impact as they go out into the world beyond our borders.
Legacy’s beautiful campus is part of the Legacy Center which houses several other Christian ministry headquarters and local offices. The buildings themselves were once part of the Ohio Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Orphanage. The school came to fruition from a group of several dads in a prayer group from our former school, Xenia Christian, in 2015. This group took ownership and helped build on the existing framework, transitioning from the “Xenia Christian Ambassadors” to the “Legacy Christian Knights” in 2016. Today, LCA is a vibrant community of believers completely committed to helping our students become adults who can live out their faith in our ever-changing world.
Alan Brads is a senior at Legacy Christian. He participates in the school concert band and chapel band as a drummer, and plays on the varsity soccer and track teams. Learning and speaking Spanish is one of his favorite hobbies, which was a key part in participating on LCA missions trips to Costa Rica. This blog is his first experience in journalism, but he is considering pursuing some sort of career in journalism and reporting.
Taylor Stanek is a sophomore at Legacy Christian Academy. She has loved to read and write for as long as she can remember and used to spend the majority of her time writing stories. She also enjoys watching crime and medical shows. Taylor has ridden horses for seven years, and she just got her first horse this year.
Andrew Riddle is a fifteen-year-old sophomore at Legacy Christian Academy. Born to Brad and Carrie Riddle, Andrew enjoys being the youngest of five Riddle children. A few of Andrew’s favorite things are playing basketball and soccer, listening to music, hanging out with friends and family, watching “the office”, fishing, and eating food.
Abby Harmon is a senior at Legacy Christian. She is part of the women’s varsity soccer and track teams and plays piano for the LCA chapel band. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music and making food. She will be writing the student-life style blogs for the Legacy Press.
Maria Uszynski is a junior at Legacy Christian. This will be her 6th year attending Legacy, and she is looking to finish her high school career next year. She is one of the four captains on the varsity volleyball team. She enjoys playing volleyball, listening to music, and sleeping. Maria will be writing articles about student life.
Payton Burdette is a Senior at Legacy Christian Academy. He plays Varsity golf and basketball and enjoys participating in the school productions. He will be covering a variety of topics here at school including sports and school news. Payton is also very excited to be hosting News Center One this year.
Elijah Smith is senior at Legacy Christian Academy. He often participates in the fall and spring drama productions at Legacy. Elijah is also a member of the bowling team. Elijah is passionate about government and politics and will cover the election cycle this year. He is also very excited to host News Center One this year.