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Legacy Early College High School is an innovative high school that provides students an opportunity to earn a high school diploma and either an associate degree or at least 60 college credit hours toward a baccalaureate degree. Legacy ECHS provides dual credit courses at no cost to students; offers rigorous instruction and accelerated courses; provides academic and social support services to help students succeed; increases college readiness; and reduces barriers to college access.

OUR MISSION AND VISION

Inspire, Equip, and Empower Every Student to Achieve Their Unique Potential

-Taylor ISD Mission Statement

Intentionally Empowering The Whole Child

-Taylor ISD Vision Statement

Taylor Proud

  • 6 Schools
  • 1 Pre-K Program
  • 3,000 Students
  • 211 Teachers
  • 300 2021 Graduates
  • 27 Industry Certifications
  • 60 College Credits
  • $242K Scholarships Awarded in 2021

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Kelly Windham Legacy Early College High School English Teacher

Kelly Windham -Legacy Early College High School, English Teacher

I love working for Taylor ISD because of the phenomenal students that walk through my door every day. They are the reason I do what I do. I'm constantly surrounded by people on the cusp of changing the world, and I get to help them figure out how. What's better than that? Legacy is an incredibly special place to work. The students who choose Legacy forgo a traditional high school experience, but they do so knowing that that sacrifice yields incredible benefits in the long run. It is a small learning community - a family - in which we build each other up and hold each other accountable. There's no getting lost at Legacy. We see you, we hear you, we know your unique potential, and we do all we can to foster your growth.
Legacy Early College HS Rebecca Bertolli Counselor

Rebecca Bartoli - Legacy Early College High School, Counselor

I love working in the community where I live. I love seeing our students and families around town outside of the school setting. I feel that the people I work with in Taylor ISD truly care about the students. Even though Taylor is a growing community, we still have that small, hometown feel where everyone knows everyone and comes together in good and tough times. We strive to help each and every student that comes through our doors. I am proud to work with a dedicated group of educators.
Trey Boles Taylor High School

Trey Boles -Taylor High School, student

I love the feeling of community in Taylor ISD. We always come together whether it be in difficult times or in times of celebration. The spirit and pride the people of Taylor ISD have is amazing. Taylor ISD has helped me grow into an adventurous person ready to explore the world. The education I have gotten in my History and Geography classes have helped me in my knowledge of various world cultures and have solidified my motivation to travel to each and every corner of our world.
Dr. Padvil

Video Message from Dr. Padavil

Here's a brief message from Taylor ISD Superintendent, Dr. Devin Padavil, as we begin our first full week of school. (Videography credit: Ryan Newsom, student intern in the Taylor ISD communication office.)