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. 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). Each Concurrent Enrollment college have different requirements of their application process.  Currently the Montrose County School District will pay for up to 6 credit hours or two courses for juniors or seniors that maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher and receive a 'C' or better in the CE course taken. If additional coursework is taken, the student is responsible for paying for additional credits.

If juniors and seniors choose to take Colorado Mesa University (CMU) Career and Technical Education (CTE) concurrent enrollment courses at the CMU-Montrose Campus, or non-college credit courses at Technical College of the Rockies (TCR), the student must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher to qualify for district-paid tuition. Click HERE for more information on courses at CMU.
9th & 10th graders may be eligible to take concurrent enrollment courses, however, the student, and not MCSD, is responsible for paying the cost of tuition. All students must complete the Colorado Opportunity Fund that want to take a concurrent course.
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 to get a break down of Montrose High School's Concurrent Enrollment and CTE courses and their college affiliates, course names, course numbers and semester sign up. 

Please contact a school counselor if you have further questions.  970-249-2429


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