Concurrent Enrollment

Douglas County School District offers qualified students the opportunity to enroll in Concurrent Enrollment (CE) courses. CE provides high school students with the opportunity to enroll in postsecondary (or college-level) courses and earn credit in high school and college, at no cost to them for tuition (excluding course fees and materials). Depending on availability and in accordance with District policy, students may apply to take concurrent enrollment classes in their high school or on a college campus. Concurrent Enrollment also includes postsecondary Career and Technical Education (CTE) courses, enabling students to earn credit that can be applied towards an industry certification. 

 

CE courses are taught at each traditional high school by Douglas County School District teachers who have been approved as adjunct professors by an accredited institution of high learning. A list of CE courses is available in each high school’s Course Guide.

*Concurrent Enrollment college credit is subject to course and teacher approval and completion of all required registration steps by the majority of the class within the designated semester deadline. Courses may be subject to cancellation for Concurrent Enrollment college credit due to unforeseen changes.

 

Students interested in applying for CE courses are required to meet with their high school Counselor to discuss CE course information and requirements, and to complete the District CE Application process. 

Concurrent Enrollment (CE) Courses 

Castle View High School

Chaparral High School

Douglas County High School

Highlands Ranch High School

Legend High School

Mountain Vista High School

Ponderosa High School

Rock Canyon High School

ThunderRidge High School

 

 

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