Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment classes are classes through which a student can earn both high school and college credit.  When the student successfully completes the course, they will receive credit on their high school transcript and will also earn credit on a college transcript. High School juniors and seniors who maintain a GPA of 3.0 may be eligible for the Concurrent Enrollment  (CE) Program. CE courses may be taken at MHS for college credit or taken on a college campus (certain restrictions apply).  Students are responsible for all other fees and books. No summer courses are allowed.  Applications and counselor approval are required and must be completed at least sixty days prior to the start of each semester of the desired Concurrent Enrollment course(s) – see your counselor for complete information.

Currently the Montrose County School District will pay for up to 6 credits for juniors and seniors that qualify.  If additional coursework is taken, the student is responsible for paying for the additional credits.

Click the link CE cheat sheet to get a program overview and Concurrent Enrollment course list.

If you are planning to get credit for your CU Succeed (Denver), PLTW (UCCS) or Concurrent English (CMU) courses, Please talk to your respected teacher or see your counselor for information.  The window has opened for these classes to register. 

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