Leopard Look: Sydney Legg


Katie Dolberry

Sophomore Sydney Legg stands in front of one of the “Dude Be Nice” week posters. Legg is a part of FCA, LARK, and student council.

Sophomore Sydney Legg is a member of FCA, student council and LARK. Recently, she was awarded a certificate after being asked to say the Pledge of Allegiance to open up the board meeting.

At A Glance: 

Favorite movie: “I Still Believe”

Favorite song: “Found” by Chris Renzema

Favorite restaurant: Zoe’s Kitchen or Freebirds

Looking Deeper: 

The Red Ledger: Why did you join these activities, and what has made you continue to enjoy them?

Sydney Legg: I joined STUCO because I thought it would be so fun, and a good way to help around the school. I joined FCA at the middle school and absolutely loved it. So, when I got to high school, I knew I wanted to participate and apply to be a leader because it was a great opportunity to further my faith and spread the gospel. I joined LARK last year and just loved being able to bring kindness to others around the school, so I decided to help as an officer.

TRL: What are the best parts of being a part of the student council and FCA?

SL: The best parts of FCA are small groups and Wednesday morning devotionals with the leaders. The best part of STUCO is just getting to learn more about what goes into a lot of events at our school. I think homecoming court is probably my favorite though.

TRL: What are you most passionate about? Why?

SL: I am most passionate about my faith and growing my relationship with the Lord because I think the more I learn and grow the better of a person I become. I am passionate about my faith because the more I learn about the Lord the more I understand why he does things in my life, and how he needs me to be used to further his kingdom.

TRL: What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

SL: I like to hangout with friends, and bring gifts to my friends.

TRL: What are your goals for the future?

SL: In the future I want to graduate high school and college and possibly nursing school, but I don’t know for sure what I want to do yet. I want to have a family and go on a few mission trips.

TRL:  Do you hold any leadership positions? If so, how have they impacted you?

SL: I am an FCA leader, an officer for LARK, and I work with the superintendent on a board of students. I think they have just taught me how to respect and serve others better. They make me strive for my best effort and help me grow in character.

TRL: What 3 words best describe the community that you have found in your clubs and activities? Why?

SL: I would say authenticity, dependability and positivity. I think that the people I surround myself with are very kind and loving to everyone around them and always keep things positive. I also think the community I have is very dependable because I know I always have someone to reach out to if I need anything. I think my community is very authentic and genuine.