Legend High School

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Legend High School
22219 Hilltop Road
Parker, Colorado 80138
United States
Coordinates 39°29′36″N 104°44′23″W / 39.49333°N 104.73985°W / 39.49333; -104.73985Coordinates: 39°29′36″N 104°44′23″W / 39.49333°N 104.73985°W / 39.49333; -104.73985
School type Public secondary
Motto Iron Sharpens Iron
Established 2008
School district Douglas County School District RE-1
Principal Jason Jacob
Grades 9-12
Campus type Open
Color(s) Royal blue, white, and orange               
Slogan Find A Way
Athletics conference Continental League
Mascot Titan

Legend High School is a public high school in Douglas County School District RE-1. It is the first high school to be located within the city limits of Parker, Colorado, United States since Parker High School was closed in 1958.[1]


Legend High School is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Hilltop Road and Canterberry Parkway, the entrance to the Parker neighborhood of Idyllwilde. It is an open campus school to freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Cimarron Middle School is located adjacent to the Legend High School campus.


The varsity athletic programs at Legend include football, volleyball, wrestling, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, tennis, softball, swim, cheer, poms, gymnastics, golf, track, and cross country. The school's teams compete in the 5A Continental League of the Colorado High School Athletics Association (CHSAA).

The 2012-2013 basketball team made it to the Final Four in 5A state playoffs, the fastest ascent to the Final Four in Colorado Big School history.[2] The 2012-2013 baseball team were 5A state runner-ups.

The 2017 softball team won the 5A Colorado high school state championships on the 21st October 2017 against Fossil Ridge, winning 9-3. This was the first time a Legend team won a state championship.

Coliseum Crazies[edit]

The Crazies demonstrating their "roller coaster" at the 5A State Final Four in Boulder

The Coliseum Crazies[3] is the student-led student section that cheers on the Titans at athletic events.

Vocal music program[edit]

Legend High School's vocal music program includes over 350 students. The choirs have traveled and performed nationally, and performed at Carnegie Hall in 2013.[citation needed]

The Legend band program includes the Marching and Concert Bands during the first semester. They are replaced by the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble during the second semester.[citation needed]

Notable alumni[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.douglascountyhistory.org/schools/descriptions/parker/parker.htm
  2. ^ "Legend High School Boys Basketball - Kevin Boley". bbasketball.legendtitans.org. Retrieved 2016-05-04. 
  3. ^ "Ball Fever: Individual performances in boys basketball's week". CHSAANow.com. 2015-01-26. Retrieved 2016-05-04. 
  4. ^ "Legend shortstop Bobby Dalbec commits to Arizona baseball". The Denver Post. Retrieved June 29, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Derrick White A Bright Spot In Probable Lost Season For Buffs". denver.cbs.local.com. March 7, 2017. Retrieved May 6, 2017. 

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