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Online Concurrent Enrollment

Online Concurrent Enrollment allows students to enroll in classes that are offered outside of the current scheduled day. These classes allow flexibility for busy students and remove transportation barriers. 


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-Online self-paced courses are ideal for self-motivated students who want to get ahead in completing college-level coursework.

-These courses count for high school and college credit.

-They count towards the 9 credits required to qualify for ASCENT (5th year tuition free at PPSC, CSUP, UCCS)

- These courses are GT (Guarantee Transfer in the state of Colorado for Arts Humanities (AH) as well as Social Science (SS) required courses.

Concurrent Enrollment allows students to access funds to study at the postsecondary level while still in high school. Through this program, students may earn both high school and college credit. An up-to-date Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) is required. Tuition is covered by Colorado Springs School District 11, books and other college course fees shall be at the expense of the student or his/her parents or legal guardians. When starting to research courses, a great tool is the CDE Guranteed Transfer (GT) website. GT Pathways courses, in which the student earns a C- or higher, will always transfer and apply to GT Pathways requirements in AA, AS and most bachelor's degrees at every public Colorado college and university. All of these tools can also help high school students plan their AP, IB and Concurrent Enrollment courses.

Students must complete the following steps: 

1.Contact and meet with school/career and college counselor.   

2. Research college degree plan. 

3. Update ICAP Postsecondary goal to reflect your course within the certificate or degree plan you are working toward. 

4. Once approved, complete any required testing or qualifying measures. 

5. Apply to the Institution of Higher Education (IHE) that offers the course or program.