Download the 2017-2018 College Guide (English) The 2017-2018 College Guide Spanish version will be available soon.
Stay tuned for more information on the CE Participation Form.
Confirm you are eligible to take CE classes. To be eligible to take a concurrent enrollment class, you must: Be a junior or senior (freshman and sophomores by exception with district and college department approval); Have a grade point average, ACT score, or a placement test score which qualifies you for the class; Have parent or … Continued
Think of Concurrent Enrollment (CE) as an opportunity to explore what it is like to be a college student: CE classes are college classes. You experience college academics first-hand: read a college textbook, take college exams, write college papers, and learn how much studying is needed to pass a college class. CE classes are taught … Continued
There is a lot to consider when choosing Concurrent Enrollment classes. Every college certificate or degree requires general education classes around 30 credits total including classes in writing, math, art, humanities, social science, and physical and life science. CE offers many general education classes because they are required for college graduation and easily transfer from … Continued
Coloring activity It’s never too early to think about college and what you want to be when you grow up. Get your crayons or colored pencils ready for some coloring fun! What do you dream of being when you grow up? Look at the pictures of different careers and fill in the words in this … Continued
You will need to file the 2017-2018 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) if you plan on attending college starting fall 2017. You can access the FAFSA at FAFSA.gov. Checklist of what you’ll need to have in order to file your FAFSA Use the 2017-2018 Do-It-Yourself FAFSA Kit to help you complete your FAFSA: Important: Make … Continued
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