The school itself is nice, some of the administration not so nice. They like to sweep problems under the rug rather than deal head on with them. There are a few teachers that are down right awful and trying to talk with them to get everyone on the same page is a feat in itself and some of these teachers don't admit to there being problems. Funny thing is my kids are excellent students, respectful, kind, and just sometimes need a little further help. I must say, though there are a few "bad" teachers, there are some good ones too.
I believe this school could be rated as one of the top in the country. The teachers are some of the best my daughter has ever experienced. They go above and beyond to support their students. The administration is top notch as well. I have never attended a school function that wasn't supported by either the Principle or Vice and several teachers. We moved here from out of state and my daughter felt welcomed from day 1. The only negative is there is almost no diversity in this school. I know this is Utah, but there are very few minorities at Legacy. This may be representative of the community we live in, but it is definitely not of the rest of the country and world. It was actually the first comment my daughter made after the first day of school. This isn't the schools fault, but if you are moving here from a state where schools are more diverse, be prepared. That is the only reason I rated this school a 4. Every other aspect from students to teachers to administration is top notch!