COVID-19 Fall Learning Plan Updates

Click here to stay up to date with our COVID-19 plans. We will continue to update this page frequently as more information becomes available.

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Mission Statement

All students, regardless of background or skill level, will have the opportunity to pursue a growth mindset that will allow them to achieve mastery and to demonstrate they can succeed in school, in college, and in their chosen career. No exceptions. No excuses.
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COVID-19 Fall Learning Plan Updates

Click here to stay up to date with our COVID-19 plans. We will continue to update this page frequently as more information becomes available.
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Summer Resources

We hope that you and your family are enjoying a safe and happy summer break. It is always a good idea to be mindful of ourselves, our students, family and friends during the extended break from school. Click here for a list of local and state resources for such things as mental health, financial and food assistance, and racial justice.
Mitchell Zais with CEC Students

U.S. Deputy Secretary of Education visits CEC on Listening Tour

Colorado Early Colleges is honored that Deputy Secretary Mitchell “Mick” Zais with the U.S. Department of Education visited one of our school campuses Jan. 23 as a final stop on his listening tour leading up to National School Choice Week (Jan. 26 - Feb. 1). CEC came highly recommended to Dr. Zais by Scott Stump, a former assistant provost for career and technical education for the Colorado Community College System who is now assistant secretary of career, technical and adult education at U.S. Department of Education.
Enrollment open

2020-2021 Enrollment Now Open!

Enrollment for the next school year is now open for our three high school campuses: Parker, Castle Rock, and Inverness, as well as our College Direct option.

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  • 2020 Year Established
  • 70% of Graduates with Post Secondary Credentials
  • 100% of Graduates with College Credit
  • $25,000 Average $ Saved on Tuition and Books