Area High School Students Have New Options
The Early Colleges Fort Collins High School program provides students in grades 9th-12th the opportunity to start working on college-level courses as soon as they are ready. Fort Collins charter school students can earn a combination of high school and college credits as they pursue a High School Diploma and an Associate’s Degree or higher for FREE.
Tonight there will be a landmark event happening at 4800 Wheaton Drive in Fort Collins starting at 6:30. State Senator Keith King, Administrator, along with the Academic Dean, Sandi Brown, have occupied the space getting ready for opening and will be signing an authorization to purchase the entire building Friday night at 6:30 pm, just prior to an Informational Meeting open to all.
Front Range Community College courses are taught on the CECFC high school campus. Qualifying students can take college courses off-campus at Front Range Community College, Colorado State University and Aims Community College. All courses taken must satisfy degree requirements. Students may pursue an Associate of Applied Science and Certifications, an Associate of Arts or Science, or a four year degree.
It is an amazing opportunity for students to earn a combination of high school and college credits as they pursue a High School Diploma and an Associate’s Degree or higher for FREE.
For more information, call 970-377-0044 or visit the web-site at www.cecfc914.org.