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Find How Your School Participates with PPCC High School Programs

Concurrent Enrollment is a way to jump-start your college education while you are still in high school. Whether you are taking those college classes on your high school campus or coming to a PPCC campus, your college journey starts here. 

How do I start?

  • Classes may be paid for by your High School - Check with your High School Counselor 

  • If you are a home school student or if your High School doesn’t participate- you may still take classes – please contact our office 

  • Download the Concurrent Enrollment Checklist

 

Concurrent Enrollment High Schools

Below is a list of our active high school partners. If your school is not listed below, feel free to reach out for additional options. 

 
Banning Lewis Ranch Academy Banning Lewis Ranch Academy
CDBOCES Colorado Preparatory Academy
  Pike Peak Online School
CECCS CECCS
Cripple Creek Cripple Creek
D2 Harrison
  Sierra
  Career Readiness Academy
  Mountain Vista Home School 
D12 Cheyenne Mountain
  Vanguard School (Charter)
D20 Academy Online
  Aspen Valley
  Air Academy
  Discovery Canyon
  Liberty
  Pine Creek
  Rampart
D38 Lewis Palmer
  Palmer Ridge
D49 Falcon
  Springs Studio
  Sand Creek
  Patriot High School
  Vista Ridge
  Pikes Peak Early College
  Falcon Home School
Edison & Edison Academy Edison & Edison Academy
Ellicott Ellicott
Hanover Hanover
Home School Home School
Miami-Yoder Miami-Yoder
Monument Academy Monument Academy
PTEC Power Technical Early College 
WP Woodland Park

Who do I contact?

Jenilee Williams  MBA 
Assistant Director of Concurrent Enrollment 
High School Programs 

office  719-502-2238
mobile  719-374-0144
 

Click here to Schedule an Advising Appointment with Jenilee

Atlas Prep Atlas Prep
Calhan Calhan
CECCS CECCS
CSDB Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind
CIVA CIVA Charter School
Community Prep Community Prep
Colorado Military Academy Colorado Military Academy
D3 Discovery High School
  Mesa Ridge
  Widefield
D8 Fountain-Fort Carson
  Welte
D11 Achieve K12 Online
  Digital HS
  Bijou
  Career Pathways
  Coronado
  Doherty
  Odyssey ECCO
  Mitchell
  William J. Palmer
  Tesla
D14 Manitou Springs
EastLake EastLake
GOAL Academy GOAL Academy
JI James Irwin
Peyton Peyton
Simla Simla (Big Sandy)
TCA The Classical Academy
  TCA College Pathways
Out of Area Partners Out of Area Partners

 

Who do I contact?

Kourtney Goya
Assistant Director of Concurrent Enrollment
High School Programs

office  719-502-3157
mobile  719-374-0181

Click here to Schedule an Advising Appointment with Kourtney

 

ASCENT

 

ASCENT (Accelerating Students through Concurrent ENrollmenT) ASCENT is Concurrent Enrollment extended into the 5th year of high school sponsorship, providing graduating seniors tuition assistance with one extra year of free college-level coursework.  

** All ASCENT applicants should also complete their FAFSA and apply to their program/colleges of choice. If students qualify for financial aid from their program/schools of choice that exceeds ASCENT tuition, students should accept financial aid, which might include textbooks, and forfeit their ASCENT slots to students on the ASCENT waitlist.  

Student Eligibility:

  • On track to graduate at end of 12th grade year (meets High School graduation requirements)  
  • Must have 12 transcripted college-level credits (100 level+) by graduation
    • § Includes articulated CTE college credits and AP tests scores of 3-5 §
      • Does not include remedial courses credits, IB, or CLEP  
  • Selected by High School Principal or Counselor  
  • Must have an updated Pathway Plan (ICAP)  
  • Must select a postsecondary degree or certification program  
  • Satisfy minimum college prerequisites for ASCENT courses (no remedial courses)  
  • Must not be in need of college-level remediation coursework for their degree program  
  • Retained 5th year seniors do not qualify  
  • No prior ASCENT participation (1year limit) 

 

Student Support:

Accessibility Services – Meet with this office every semester! 

Bookstore 

​​​​​​​Learning Commons and Tutoring 

Orientation - see orientation information

Student ID

Remote Services

Orientation Information

Thank you for attending one of the Orientations for the Fall semester. Spring Orientation information coming soon!

Forms: 

FERPA forms can be found in your student portal by searching “FERPA” 

 

 

Concurrent Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I take Concurrent Enrollment courses?

  • Earn college credit and high school credit simultaneously
  • Save money by having your school district pay for part of your college education
  • Get started earning a degree
  • Take courses guaranteed to transfer to public 4-year institutions in Colorado 

Where are Concurrent Enrollment courses held?

Concurrent Enrollment classes can be taken on any PPCC campus. Many school districts offer PPCC concurrent enrollment classes at their high schools. Contact your counselor for more information.  

How do I register for a concurrent enrollment class?

It starts as a conversation with your high school counselor or a PPCC academic advisor in the High School Programs office. 719-502-3111​​ or hsp@ppcc.edu

I have registered for a concurrent enrollment class, what are my next steps?

Plan to attend orientation.

Please review your detailed student schedule for important dates such as drop and withdraw dates.

If you have questions or concerns, call the High School Programs Office at 719-502-3111.

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