January 19, 2023 | 2023-24 Legacy Campus Registration Night

This is a night for current high school students and their parents to receive registration information.


January 25 & 26, 2023, 4:00–6:00pm | Teacher Grab n' Go

Supply pick-up event for DCSD Teachers.


Tuesdays at 4:00pm in January | After School Legacy Campus Tours for Students

Fridays at 10:00am & 1:00pm in January/February | Legacy Campus Tours for community

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FAQ's - Time To Register!


What students can access Legacy Campus programs?

DCSD Junior & Senior High School students will have the opportunity to register for classes that start the fall of 2023. Students should see their local high school counselor in January 2023 for more details and to register.


What students should consider taking classes at Legacy Campus

We are looking for students who are interested in industry certification, military, trade and technical schools, and post-secondary colleges and universities. We also look for students who are uncertain about their post-secondary plan and want to explore their interests and develop their understanding and skills in a variety of fields of study. DCSD Legacy Campus is a place that offers something for everyone!


We are committed to providing a student experience that ensures we are preparing students for the world beyond high school. We will develop students who are:


  • Organized and Prepared
  • Self-Advocates
  • Creative
  • Collaborative
  • Passionate and Goal-Oriented
  • Inquiry-based Learners


How will students get to Legacy Campus for classes? (transportation)

Currently, students will need to provide their own transportation, but we hope to work out a solution to provide additional transportation support. More details to come. 





The Culinary and Hospitality Pathway at the Legacy Campus will offer students the ability to gain hands-on skills with first-class industry experience. The ProStart program offered through the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation that will introduce students culinary arts, restaurant and lodging management, employability skills, and business entrepreneurship. As students obtain the national ProStart certification, they will complete a 400 - hour guided internship and pass the exams for both ProStart I & II. Upon successful completion of the program, students will earn the nationally recognized ServSafe industry certification as well as opportunities to receive college credits, other industry certifications, and apply for industry scholarships. Students will engage with local restaurants and hotels for mentored internship opportunities and be a part of Legacy's own student run cafe.



Learn more about the Culinary & Hospitality Pathway.

Rendering of final classroom 

We are so grateful for our newest partner, Royal Cup Coffee. They will be donating coffee brewers and dispensers to Legacy Campus so that we may provide our guests with coffee onsite.

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