• Amazing Achievements & Awards


    Legend Springs has been named an “A” Accountability Achievement Profile by the Arizona Department of Education.


    Legend Springs was named 2013 NCEA Arizona Higher Performing School by by The National Center for Educational Achievement. The award was given to Legend Springs by rating in the top 5% of all schools in the State of Arizona .  The National Center of Educational Achievement (NCEA) identified Legend Springs to NCEA Higher Performing School Award have  consistently outperformed their peers with similar student populations over a three year period.  Legend Springs is the only school in the Deer Valley School District that has received the award each year over a 3-year span.   


    Legend Springs received a Five Star Rating from Schooldigger.com.  School Digger reports, "In 2013, Legend Springs Elementary ranked better than 95.5% of all elementary schools in Arizona.


    Arizona State University named Three Legend Springs students winners in the 2014 ASU Grand Canyon State Games Essay Content.  Third grade student, Madison Presmyk received a Bronze medal; Teagan Piereira, a third grade student, received Honorable Mention and Giana Cox, a fourth grade student received honorable mention.  


    DVUSD and Deer Valley Educational Foundation named Legend Springs 6th grade teacher, Hollie Stafford a 2013-2014 Teacher of the Year. 


    The Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute awarded 5th grade teacher, Vanessa Goodrich, with the 2014 Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Institute in American History Scholarship valued at $2200.


    Arizona State University named Three Kindergarten students winners of the 2014 ASU Grand Canyon State Games Art ContestKindergarten student Dylan Dodd received a silver medal; Benjamin Goodman received a Bronze medal and Diana McNulty received Honorable Mention.
    DVUSD and Deer Valley Educational Foundation named Legend Springs 2nd grade teacher, Cyndy Faucher, a 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year.