School leaders and staff were thrilled to welcome Bonnie Cone Leadership Academy families to the area's newest tuition-free public charter school. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting and celebrating with the families we will serve for the 23-24 school year!
Natalie Legra is an educational specialist with over fourteen years of combined experience in classroom instruction and program development. She began her career as a Spanish teacher in Cabarrus County and has since served in various K-12 leadership roles, both in public and private schools. Originally from Miami, Florida, Ms. Legra has dedicated her life’s work to equipping students for success in a moral and wholesome learning environment.
She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, where she obtained her post-graduate certification in School Administration. She holds a master’s in education and bachelor’s degrees in communications and Spanish with concentrations in public relations and translation studies. Mrs. Legra enjoys spending time with family and sipping on a strong cup of Cuban coffee.
Jennifer Mognett has dedicated more than twenty years of her career to bettering students across several K-12 educational leadership roles. This includes working for both charter and private schools and serving as the Director of Bonnie Cone Classical Academy for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Jennifer spent her early educational career in North Carolina and Florida before her recent work in Arizona. She earned her degree at Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire and is committed to ensuring that Bonnie Cone Leadership Academy students receive the best education possible in a moral and wholesome environment, inclusive of a values-based curriculum. She believes that all students have the ability to learn; it just might look different for each individual.
Bonnie Cone Leadership Academy’s classrooms are built to nurture the growth and development of the whole child. Explore our brand new, state-of-the-art campus and curriculum online to see why so many families choose classical education.