How do colleges perceive this
So, after around 2 months of signing up for classes, 3 of my classes (advanced biology, physics based calculus, and macroeconomics) happened to have been placed on the same period as each other with no other available periods. I could only choose one, and that had to be biology for requirement reasons.
As with previous years, I may sway the guidance counselors to grant me admission to classes on campus at the university of Connecticut, and for this case, I desperately want to take physics-based calc (I did terrible at advanced physics along with everyone else and I guarantee you, it's the teacher's fault) to show my potential. Not sure about your schools, but this courses seems pretty unique to other's course catalog.
So back to the question, do you think colleges would perceive taking a class as the only high schooler on a university sounds better/gives any benefit over taking the same class at my high school (and btw, we have this thing called "AD" where we get the college credit and high school credit if we take it here, whereas in my case, if I take it on campus, I only get the college credit)?