Concurrent Enrollment Courses Offered

Concurrent Enrollment at Legend High School

  • Concurrent enrollment classes benefit students by increasing the flexibility of academic options, increasing the ease of access to college coursework, and preparing students for a better transition into college.

  • These are college classes taught by LHS and DCSD high school teachers who meet current college faculty guidelines.

  • Tuition is paid by DCSD, but students pay textbook and/or course fees. This helps lower the cost of college.

  • LHS concurrent enrollment classes are run through Arapahoe Community College and are listed as "ACC" on the student registration forms.

  • Students must complete all enrollment steps, including applying to ACC, completing a CE Enrollment Form, and meeting all prerequisites by the deadlines.

  • Many of these courses lead to either an associate's degree (AA) or certification in a specific industry, and several have guaranteed transferability (GT) to any 2- or 4-year college/institution in Colorado with a passing grade of C or better.

Legend Concurrent Enrollment Course Offerings

BUS 115 Introduction to Business
CAD 224 Revit Architecture
CAD 225 Solidworks
CAD 264 3D Scanning and Modeling (4 credits)
CAD 262 Additive Manufacturing
CRJ 110 Intro to Criminal Justice
CRJ 145 Correctional Processes
CRJ 230 Criminology
CSC 119 Intro to Programming
ENG 121 English Composition 1-GT
ENG 122 English Composition 2-GT
HIS 101 World Civilizations Antiquity-1650-GT
HIS 102 World Civilizations 1650-present-GT
HIS 155 The Middle Ages
HWE 1050 Human Nutrition
HWE 1062 Health & Fitness

MAR 155 Social Media Business
MAR 216 Principles in Marketing
MAT 121 College Algebra-CT (4 credits)
MAT 122 College Trig-GT
MAT 201 Calculus I - GT (5 credits)
MAT 204 Calculus III with Engineering Applications - GT (5 credits)
MAT 261 Differential Equations with Engineering Applications - GT (4 credits)
MGD 101 Intro to Computer Graphics
MGD 102 Intro to Multimedia
MGD 111 Adobe Photoshop I
MGD 112 Adobe Illustrator I
MGD 114 Adobe InDesign
MGD 141 Web Design I
MGD 143 Motion Graphic Design I
MGD 153 3D Animation I
MGD 164 Digital Video Editing

All classes earn 3.0 college credits through Arapahoe Community College, unless otherwise noted.
A GT "guaranteed transfer" course is one that is universally transferrable among all Colorado public institutions of higher education.

Concurrent Enrollment Courses Offered
at Legend High School

Expectations and Information
to receive credit from Arapahoe Community College

Course Name Course Prerequisite Credits Earned Estimated Course Fee
ACC-ENG 121 English Comp I 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 None
ACC-ENG 122 English Comp II C or better in English 121 3 None
ACC-MGD 114 Adobe InDesign None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 101 Intro Graphic Design None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 102 Intro Multimedia None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 111 Photoshop I None 3 $40
ACC-MGD 112 Illustrator None 3 $40
ACC-MGD 141 Web Design I None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 143 Motion Graphic Design None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 153 3D Animation None 3 $35
ACC-MGD 164 Digital Video Edit None  3 $35
CAD 224 Revit Architecture None 3 $35
ACC-CAD 255 Solidworks/Mechanical Principles of Engineering 3 $35
ACC-CAD 262 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing C or better in CAD 255 3 $35
ACC-CSC 119 Intro/Programming Computer Science Essentials 3 None
ACC-BUS 115 Intro/Business None $30 and ACC textbook
ACC-MAR 155 Social Media Bus None 3 $30 and ACC textbook
ACC-MAR 216 Principles of Marketing None 3 $30 and ACC textbook
ACC-HIS 101 Western Civilization Antiquity-1650 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 None
ACC-HIS 102 Western Civilization 1650 - present 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 None
ACC-CRJ 110 Policing Systems 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 $30
ACC-CRJ 209 Criminal Investigation I 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 $30
ACC-HPR 123 Intro to Health Care None 2 $30
ACC-HPR 144 Comprehensive Medical Terminology None 3 $30
ACC-MAT 121 College Algebra ACC Prerequisites 4 TI-83/84 calculator,
ACC textbook
ACC-MAT 122 College Trig C or better in MAT 121,
ACC Prerequisites
4 TI-83/84 calculator, 
ACC textbook
ACC-MAT 120 Math Liberal Arts 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
4 TI-83/94 calculator,
ACC textbook
ACC-MAT 135 Intro Statistics 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
4 TI-83/94 calculator,
ACC textbook
ACC-HWE 100 Human Nutrition None 3 $30
ACC-HWE 230 Exercise & Sports Psychology 3.0 GPA, 470 SAT on RW,
Accuplacer if needed
3 $30
ACC-PHO 101 Professional Photography Photo 1,2,3 3 $30
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