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Enjoy pictures of different events in the picture gallery located on the top banner of our website.

An Hour of Code

A couple of months ago, Gordon Smith (kindergarten parent) introduced the world of coding to our students. With one of his teachers, Meg, guiding Rehana our technology teacher, the HS WW group has been learning to code using the Codesters program. Last week, Rehana introduced "An Hour of Code" to 133 students in the school. Congratulations to the 81 students completed the HOC and received a certificate of completion!! Pictures in the gallery.

Elementary School Play

Our elementary students in the Wacky Wednesday group presented a winter play, on November 18th, titled, “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.” Enjoy the pictures in the gallery.

Scholastic Fair

2016 Senior Class has formed Legacy's first ever Junior Scholastic Committee. The seniors organized a school-wide book fair as a collective effort to generate funds for senior week and prom, demonstrating their professional ability to handle a sales environment.

New York Cares

Our seniors had the New York Cares Trip to The Padre Plaza Garden in the Bronx. This was a wonderful experience for our students, helping a community set up a haunted house and garden for their local children. At the end of the trip, we had a moving reflection lead by our leaders, which you can see in the few pictures on the gallery.Students also created holiday cards for home-bound seniors in nursing homes to brighten their day.Our NY Cares group made cat toys and blankets for cats in shelters waiting to be adopted. In December, our students went to the Metropolitan Hospital to wrap and distribute gifts to children and sing Christmas Carols from room to room while dressed up as Santa and his elves.

National Honor Society

Congratulations to all our newly inducted members of the National Honor Society on November 6th, 2015. We honor our students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Enjoy the pictures.


October 30th was a fun Halloween day for our high schoolers who enjoyed the Mummy wrap contest, face painting and class decors.

The PA treated all attendees to a potluck/Halloween party on the 29th. From Cowboys and astronauts to princesses and witches, our 2015 PA Potluck Halloween Bash was fun-filled by kids and parents alike. The kids played games, the parents socialized and we had A LOT of great food to eat!

Fall for Arts festival

Our students took part in the Fall for Arts festival on Roosevelt Island on Saturday, October 10. Pictures of two murals, “Hog Island” and the “Fall Theme” are located in the picture gallery. Thanks to Camille, our Art teacher and her talented students.

Bullying Awareness and Prevention

October is Bullying Awareness and Prevention month- On Monday, Grades 7-12 participated in an assembly with Jim Jordan (reportbullying.com). HS students will participate in weekly seminars this month and on October 21st, all students and staff wore orange to stand united against bullying. Enjoy the pictures in the gallery.

International Peace Day

We celebrated the International Day of Peace, on Monday, 21 September. We dedicated ourselves to world peace, and highlighted in our mural how animals deserve respect too. Enjoy the pictures in the gallery.

It’s Back to School and students, old and new are actively engaged in the learning process.

Visit the gallery for a sneak peek into classrooms on Curriculum Night 2015-16.

A Peek into the Summer

Summertime in our school has been both productive and fun. Our students have been doing hands-on academics, attending refresher classes, and having loads of fun with our summer activities.

The Friday Flea Market for everyone, the Bike NYC program, Water Day for the Middle Schoolers, Talent show for all school, Dance classes, Special Art projects, Fun with music, Podcast productions in tech lab, College trips for seniors, Cooking classes with a professional chef, Halloween fun in the summer, Fun experiments with Science, Trips to MoMA and other museums, Field Day and Picnic at the park are some of the fun activities that our students have been involved in.

Building Fun:

Our 6th and 7th graders had a great opportunity of learning with Heidi Carey from “FRIENDS of the UPPER EAST SIDE” on July 7th and 8th 2015.

This building fun activity was conducted in three parts. First was an introductory lesson in class. The students studied photographs of buildings and were introduced to architectural vocabulary. Next students went on a walking tour to act as architectural detectives and survey three buildings on our island: Blackwell House, The Good Shepherd Church and The Octagon. When they returned to class, students designed their own New York City building. It was a fun morning to all.

The TCS/Legacy 2015 Annual Founder's Dinner was a great success. It was held on May 21st, at Terrace on the Park.

We had the pleasure of honoring Lidia Bastianich, John Starks, and Constance Mitchell-Ford.

School Library Dedication

Sheila Steiner, a beloved member of the TCS/Legacy High School staff for more than 10 years passed away in 2013. We dedicated our school library to Sheila whose contribution to our school will always be appreciated.

The Parents Association organized this beautiful ceremony in memory of Sheila which was followed by a wine and cheese reception on April 24th2015.

Sheila was a passionate supporter of the school and its families and a dedicated member of the P.A. Steering Committee. For many of us, Sheila was our first contact with the school; she helped us negotiate the transition to a non-public school; and she remained a gracious and kind presence after we enrolled.

Our Seniors

April 1st – MS/HS Performance of Legally Blonde, Jr.

New York Cares

Members of New York Cares stand beside their completed artwork to be displayed in New York Public Library on E. 67th Street. Our theme was "Empowerment" and this painting symbolizes how creativity comes from within.

Author Presentation in Grade 5

On February 25th,we were very fortunate to have an author visit our classroom! Her name is Angela Dominguez and she made her debut as a children's book author with Let's Go, Hugo!,Maria Had A Little Llama, and Santiago Stays. Here is a picture of the fifth grade class!

Information for High School Parents Only

Due to the inclement weather and school's cancellation on Tuesday, January 27, 2015, New York State is allowing for the Midterm and Regents (Algebra/Global History) week schedule to be revised. The updated schedule is attached. Student's attending the ski trip will be notified separately by your child's Guidance Counselor if there are any conflicts in the schedule.
As a reminder, Report Card Day will be held on Monday, February 2nd
Session 1: 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM / Session 2: 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Teachers will have quarter grades ready to share with parents attending Report Card Day. Click here for the updated schedule.

Elementary Tour Cancelled

The Elementary Tour scheduled for January 27th at 9:00 has been rescheduled due to weather.
We have rescheduled the tour for Monday, February 2nd at 9:00.
We also have an Elementary Tour scheduled for February 10th.
If you were signed up for the tour on January 27th you may choose either date without calling to reschedule.

TCS/Legacy Staff wishes everyone Happy Holidays and a wonderful 2015!

Events (Soccer Championship )

The Legacy team worked very hard on the defensive end for several minutes creating chances for the Legacy mid-field and offense to put some pressure on the Winston defense. In the middle of the second half Serge got a great chance to tie the game and hit the cross bar. Both teams had several great chances in the next few minutes. Then Benito got the ball on the far side of the field and was able to dribble around two defenders and got a pass to Jessie who scored the tying goal. It looked like the game would go into overtime. With less than five minutes in the game Jessie kicked a long high ball that was just out of reach of the Winston goalie's outstretched arms giving Legacy a 3-2 lead. Winston came on strong again; it looked as though they might tie the game but Legacy defense held strong.

A big thank you to all the teachers and parents that came out to support the team it means the world to our players!!!

The coach from Winston said it was a great game to watch and after such a close and hard fought game that the sportsmanship displayed by both teams was excellent.

Congratulations to all involved!

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