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Concurrent Enrollment

COLORADO’S CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT OPTIONS ACT - C.R.S. 22-35-108

Campus Select 

1.  Front Range Community College or AIMS CC - Through the state of Colorado’s Concurrent Enrollment Options Act, students will be able to earn college credit for courses taken in high school. Most of these courses will be taken on the FRCC campus or AIMS campus. Courses must correspond to a student’s ICAP (Individual Career and Academic Plan) and be taken in a student’s chosen career pathway.  All tuition will be paid by Poudre School District (PSD) so long as the course is successfully completed with a “C” or better. All fees and books must be paid for by the student. 

Please refer to the following link for classes that are a part of the Colorado Guaranteed Transfer Program - http://frontrange.smartcatalogiq.com/2015-2016/Catalog/Associate-Degrees/Colorado-Guaranteed-Transfer-Program-for-General-Education  

2. High School Select: This program consists of high school classes receiving FRCC credit in some areas. The instructors are high school faculty who have met the same standards as on‐campus instructors, and who have been granted adjunct faculty status by an academic department of the college. Tuition is covered by PSD with RMHS course fees (when applicable) being paid by the student.  Please see more information beginning on Page 82. See your counselor for more details.

  • High School Select Classes currently offered at Rocky (subject to change):

Business

Language Arts

Family and Consumer Science

Math

Tech Ed

World Language

Accounting I

Finance

Introduction to Social Media 

Web Design II

FRCC English Comp I

FRCC Intro To Literature

Catering II

Interior Design II

Teacher Cadet I

Teacher Cadet II

PreCalculus

Survey of Calculus

Engineering Draft I

3D Modeling

Engineering Draft II

German 4

Spanish 4

Career Pathway Programs at Front Range Community College

The 3 high school programs offered at FRCC’s Larimer Campus provide advanced career and technical training experiences for juniors and seniors from the public high schools in Larimer and Weld counties. While most programs are offered on the Larimer Campus, several are held at off-site locations. Professional workplace ethics and employment skills are taught in every program throughout the year.

These programs are an extension of a student’s home high school experience but are delivered by FRCC’s Larimer Campus.  All programs offer both high school and optional college credit. See specific program information for amount of credit available beginning on Page 82. 

For more information visit: www.frontrange.edu/larimerhighschool