Stacey Legge

English and History
Stacey Legge

Ms. Legge was born and raised in the West Island of Montreal where she attended both Concordia and McGill Universities. While at Concordia she studied English Literature and took courses that still inspire her lessons today, including notably creative writing and science fiction. At McGill University she completed her Bachelor of Education, majoring in secondary English and minoring in History. Upon graduation, she was recruited by Collège Saint-Sacrement, a highly ranked private high school in the quaint town of Terrebonne where she taught EESL.

Ms. Legge has dreamed of teaching since her early years in high school, as she always had a passion for literature and writing. In the classroom, she utilizes blended learning to keep students motivated and interested. She equally enjoys integrating technology and interdisciplinary materials in all of her units. Known for her sense of humour, her classroom is always a buzz with laughter! In her free time, Ms. Legge enjoys “glamping”, road trips, scary movies, and cozying up with a good book. Her biggest feat so far in life is having survived a night at Camp Crystal lake, the setting of the infamous horror series Friday the 13th.

Relocating to Kingston as part of the Canadian armed forces’ extended family, she is excited to discover a new town. She is looking forward to the many nature parks, hiking trails and learning more about the history of the Kingston area. However, the thing she is most looking forward to is joining the Leahurst community!