Legacy School Welcomes You!
Welcome to a school that is rapidly gaining popularity for being different!
A welcoming campus that over 700 students call their second home – a place that is teeming with friendly faces from many different places; where teachers care and love to share; a place where learning is exciting and interactive; where old ideas are challenged and new ones born; where opportunities are continually sought and explored and where we encourage all to discover.
Legacy School is a progressive school that offers the Montessori and complete Cambridge International (UK) curriculum to ensure a well-rounded schooling experience for children ages 2 – 18, from Pre-Nursery to Grade 12.
Rhea Roshan, Grade 7 has been pursuing her dream to become a professional Squash player. She has won the Karnataka State Squash Championship 2021 in Girls Under 13 Category. She has dominated the State Squash tournament by remaining the unbeaten Champion of the year 2019 and 2020. As a school we have given her complete support to excel in her sport by collaborating with her parents to find a scientific method to develop her overall skills.
Rhea enjoys the sponsorship of Decathlon – OPFEEL for Squash Equipment. She is passionate of her sport and maintains her utmost focus in scholastics.
“Though Squash is an individual sport which is quite demanding physically and mentally, I am glad to have a wonderful team which includes my Coach, my School, my sponsors, my nutritionist and my parents who work very closely with me. This Journey is super fun and I enjoy it thoroughly.” – RheaRead More on Facebook
“Age, truly is just a number”, says Pranav Nutalapati, Tech enthusiast and IBDP student of Legacy.
If you ask around, you are not likely to find a lot of seventeen year olds who have had a chance to represent their country, in the largest skill based competition in the world. So how did the youngest ever participant at WorldSkills Kazan 2019 go from being on the Tech Team of his school to winning a silver medal for India? When asked, Pranav has a five year long story to share.
In a journey that spanned five years and three iterations; despite the competition’s minimum age being 23, Pranav was one among the 48 representatives of India. One of the two medalists awarded at the competition, Pranav these days, is found back in class or his favourite lab at Legacy.Read More on Facebook
IWith 16 year old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg being named the ‘Person of the Year’ by Time Magazine in 2019, it is inspiring for most adults, the scale and the impact the youth of today is able to have. At Legacy, it gives all of us great joy to see how sensitive to global issues our learners are.
Johanna Hashmi,our student from Grade 11 at LSB, is one such young environmental activists of the city. As someone who has been and continues to take an active part in raising her voice for the cause that she passionately believes in, Johanna has taken part in the global environment protest of Bangalore, to bring to the notice of authorities locally and globally, the gravity of the current climate scenario. An active participant in raising awareness in the school and her own community, or with her passionate involvement in the #fridaysforfuture efforts in Bangalore, all of us are proud of Johanna and continue to do our bit in helping her support this global cause.Read More on Facebook
“Not only does it keep me fitter, but I also feel happy that I am not adding to my city’s traffic and pollution woes…Moreover, I feel proud when I receive compliments and praise from people as I swish past them!This makes me fly higher or rather cycle faster!”
Nikunj Sharma, IBDP Student and passionate cyclist.
A Bharatnatyam dancer who moved from an alternative education to the IBDP curriculum, Nikunj has been cycling since the age of 6. Consciously choosing to leave a smaller carbon footprint behind, Nikunj cycles to school everyday and in his own words, is trying to do his bit for the environment. Where he would have left a carbon footprint of 3,016 lb of CO2-e per annum by taking a bus or driving to school with his dad, Nikunj today, leaves a carbon footprint of 0, in his daily commute to school.Read More on Facebook
Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE)
CAIE is a part of Cambridge Assessment, a department of the University of Cambridge (UK). CAIE qualifications are recognized by the world’s best universities and employers, giving students a wide range of options in their education and career. CAIE qualifications prepare school students for life, helping them develop an informed curiosity and a lasting passion for learning. These programs and qualifications set the global standard for international education. They are created by subject experts, rooted in academic rigour and reflect the latest educational research. They provide a strong platform for learners and have a proven reputation for being an excellent preparation for students progressing to university. Legacy School invites prospective applicants to indicate their intent to be considered for admission by submitting the inquiry form for the upcoming admission entry session for the academic years 2018-19 and 2019-2020.
Cambridge IGCSE/ICE Certificate
Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international qualification for Grades 9 & 10 (14 to 16 year olds). It is recognized by leading universities and employers both nationally and worldwide.
Cambridge International AS & A level/AICE Diploma
Legacy School offers learners the Cambridge International AS and A Level curriculum at the Higher Secondary School. The programme provides students with not only a sound foundation for tertiary education, but also provides an easily understood and transparent pathway into university study.
Recognition & Acceptance
Cambridge students are widely accepted in top study destinations worldwide, such as the US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Singapore and South Africa as well as in India.