Welcome to Legacy Magnet Academy
Legacy Magnet Academy has a magnet focus on Technology, Innovation, Design, and Entrepreneurship (TIDE).
The key components include project-based learning, innovative entrepreneurship-focus and design-thinking integration.
Legacy Magnet Academy opened in Fall 2020 and currently serves grades six through eleven. Legacy will add grade 12 in 2023-24.
LMA will accommodate approximately 900-1000 students in grades 6-12 in phase one of development.
The 36-acre campus is bordered by Valencia Ave., Legacy Road, Moffett Drive. and Tustin Ranch Road.
Regular, on-time school attendance is vital to the success of all students. Across TUSD, our goal is to have all children present in school every day and on time.
Beckman High School and its ASB students are ready to welcome the community to the Tustin Public Schools Foundation Celebration of Schools on September 20.
Our Mental Health Services Team is pleased to share the year's first issue of Building Resilience.
Second Harvest Food Bank is offering fresh food distributions across TUSD on multiple dates throughout the school year.
This week, campuses across TUSD welcomed our more than 21,000 students back to school.
Tustin Unified School District is pleased to announce administrative appointments beginning July 1 for the 2023–2024 school year.
Please join us in celebrating these remarkable employees for their dedication to our students, staff and campuses at our Classified Celebration on May 15.
Dr. Jon Tuin, principal at Tustin High School, will be retiring from the Tustin Unified School District at the end of the school year, effective June 30, 2023. Dr. Tuin has served in public education for more than 39 years. He joined the Tustin Unified School District in 2017 as principal of Tustin High School.
In honor of National School Counseling Week, we are honored to celebrate our outstanding school counselors.
With the start of the New Year, we welcomed Harold Sullins to the role of Chief Financial Officer.
Hicks Canyon's Annual Egg Drop gives students the chance to apply their understanding of forces and gravity as they design a vessel to protect their egg during its two-story descent. And, at Legacy Memorial Academy, students connect and build community through production of their Broadway revue. In Myford’s library, Mountain Lions have access to a vast collection of titles, in multiple languages, organized to inspire curiosity and connect students to books they will love. And Pioneer's PAL program was recently celebrated by OCDE for their impact on campus. Enjoy highlights from another great week in TUSD!