To develop caring, compassion and empathy in students begins with the example set by teachers and school leaders. The teachers that exhibit those traits will not be there next year. The Administration sets a very poor example. They simply do not care.
As stated in several other comments the teachers at this school are wonderful. The Administration is atrocious. I also have a child with an IEP. I have been approached several times by staff recommending to retain my child. I had to push to have my child evaluated and tested. My child does not fit the "profile" of students the school is seeking. I brought my concerns to the Administration it was the worst encounter I have ever had with a school. The principal did not care to hear my concerns. She was very defensive, rude, and took no interest in my concerns. No accountability or resolution was offered going forward. Legacy has the appearance of a wonderful environment it is a facade.
As a previous parent stated Legacy only looks out for their rating. They look great from afar but there are many internal issues. They do not care if children have disabilities or learning impairments. It was pretty much implied that my child was too "dumb" for their "accelerated curricula." There is a huge issue with pickup, which is a mess. My child was let out of school without anyone being present and left at the front gate with no supervision while we thought he was attending extracurricular activities. The teachers are the only good thing this school has going for them and the teachers we have had the privilege of meeting are not returning next year, and other teachers are unhappy where they work. If you like gossip, politics, and status quo this school would be a perfect fit for you. If you're truly interested in your child's education, keep searching.