Legacy Traditional Schools is pleased to announce the opening of a new, tuition-free public K-6 charter school in Deer Valley this fall. The new campus is located near the I-17 at Union Hills and 27th Avenue. The groundbreaking ceremony was held on January 27.

When completed, the new Deer Valley school will enroll up to 600 students and serve grades K- 6. It will consist of 21 classrooms, offices, a gym, athletic fields, a library, a piano lab, a covered outdoor artificial turf area, a commercial kitchen, and a cafeteria. In total, the campus will span 40,000 square feet across four to six acres.

Like every Legacy school, the new campuses will provide a tuition-free, rigorous and well-rounded curriculum that emphasizes all areas of academic study, including the arts, physical education and extensive athletics and extracurricular activities, according to Legacy.

The new Deer Valley location – together with new campuses opening this fall in Mesa and East Tucson – brings the total number of Legacy campuses in Arizona to 19.

Founded in 2007, Legacy Traditional Schools ranks among the best-performing school networks in the state – A-rated by the Arizona Department of Education and recognized as the highest rated K-8 school network in Arizona. It also has been voted No. 1 Charter Network by parents for six consecutive years, according to Legacy.

To learn more about Legacy’s new campus, or for prospective families interested in beginning the enrollment process, visit deervalley.legacytraditional.org/enroll-now.