1A. Enrollment Policy:
Students and parents are encouraged to make the choice to enroll at Legacy Preparatory Academy with full consideration of the curriculum, expectations and college preparatory learning environment at Legacy Preparatory Academy.
Any student who has been expelled from any school, including Legacy Preparatory Academy, during the preceding 12 months will be denied enrollment (Utah State Code 53A-11-904(3)). Students with other prior behavior problems will not be enrolled at Legacy Preparatory Academy unless and until they have fulfilled all requirements established in conjunction with (a) suspension from any previous school, including Legacy Preparatory Academy, and (b) any intervention program in which they are currently enrolled; and (c) they have demonstrated success in correcting prior behavior problems for 90 school days. Where there is doubt, burden of proof of successful completion of mandated programs and successful avoidance of problematic behavior incidents rests with the student’s family. Conditions under which enrollment might be permitted or continued at Legacy Preparatory Academy will be established in a traditional monitoring agreement at the time of enrollment. Safe school offenses from any school, including Legacy Preparatory Academy, during the preceding 12 months will follow a student to Legacy Preparatory Academy for a subsequent school year. In such cases, the offenses and the consequences for a repetition will be specified in the transitional monitoring agreement.
A student’s enrollment may be revoked if conditions of an enrollment agreement are broken, or if Legacy Preparatory Academy receives new information at any time about preexisting unresolved behavior issues. Parents have the right to appeal a termination of student enrollment to the Governing Board. To do so, parents must notify the President of the Legacy Preparatory Academy Governing Board, in writing, within ten working days of receipt of a denial letter.
Truancy citations issued from any school, including Legacy Preparatory Academy, during the preceding 12 months will follow a student to Legacy Preparatory Academy for a subsequent school year (State Board Rule 277-607-3). Any student who has unresolved truancy issues from their previous school year will be enrolled on probation and truancy procedures will continue as necessary.
Lottery Policy and Procedures:
1B. Lottery Policy and Procedures: