Concurrent Enrollment

All students at R-5 High School are required to have a second placement to complete their school day. 

Concurrent Enrollment is one way a student can fulfull this commitment and is a

great way to Earn College Credit in High School.

 

Technical Scholars

 

High School Scholars

Early Scholars

ASCENT

Program Description

Career & Technical Education Focus:

Students can earn college credit by achieving necessary competencies in CTE courses offered at WCCC or in their home high schools

Guaranteed Transfer (GT Pathways) Focus:

Students can earn college/dual credit by enrolling in selected college courses offered in their high schools by college-approved HS teachers

Guaranteed Transfer (GT Pathways) Focus:

Students can earn college/dual credit by enrolling in selected courses offered at a Colorado Mesa University campus

Sometimes called a “5th Year” program, eligible students delay official HS completion to enroll in CMU/WCCC full-time the next year.

Must meet specific eligibility requirements and be a 4th year senior.

Student Eligibility

Required HS GPA: 2.5

Achievement of necessary course competencies with grade of B or better.

Concurrent enrollment is part of ICAP

Required HS GPA: 3.0

ACT Math: 19 or equivalent Accuplacer for math/science courses

ACT English: 18 or equivalent Accuplacer for English/humanities courses

ACT Reading: 17 or equivalent Accuplacer for any college course

Concurrent enrollment is part of ICAP

Required HS GPA: 3.0

ACT Math: 19 or equivalent Accuplacer for math/science courses

ACT English: 18 or equivalent Accuplacer for English/humanities courses

ACT Reading: 17 or equivalent Accuplacer for any college course

Concurrent enrollment is part of ICAP

By end of final HS year student will complete:

12.0 college credits

Earn a 2.5 or better cumulative GPA in college courses

HS graduation requirements

Concurrent enrollment is part of ICAP

Agree to delay official HS completion

Grade Level Target

10 – 12 as appropriate

Special exceptions  can be made as needed for 9th graders

10 – 12 as appropriate

Special exceptions  can be made as needed for 9th graders

10 – 12 as appropriate

Special exceptions  can be made as needed for 9th graders

HS completers

Tuition Cost

$40/credit

$101.70/credit

76.07/credit

Regular college in-state tuition & fees

Who pays tuition?

School District

School District

School District

School District

Who pays fees?

Student

Student- There are no student fees for these courses; but books, supplies and lab fees

Student--No class fees, but books, supplies and lab fees and Student ID fee

Student

Course Limitations

2 courses per semester

2 courses per semester

2 courses per semester

15 credits per semester

Course Completion Requirement

Student must abide by course add/drop/withdraw dates to receive tuition refund.

Students earning grades below C will be required to reimburse School District for tuition

Student must abide by course add/drop/withdraw dates to receive tuition refund.

Students earning grades below C will be required to reimburse School District for tuition

Student must abide by course add/drop/withdraw dates to receive tuition refund.

Students earning grades below C will be required to reimburse School District for tuition

Student must abide by course add/drop/withdraw dates to receive tuition refund.

Students earning grades below C will be required to reimburse School District for tuition

Additional Elements

No application fee – standard community college policy

No application fee – standard community college policy

No application fee – standard community college policy

No application fee – standard community college policy

 

 

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