As many as two-thirds of current high school students will need college degrees, industry-recognized certifications, or other post-secondary credentials by 2025 to meet individual, economic, and social demands.
It is our job to help them attain these goals. Earning college credit while still in high school can help students get a head start and adjust to the demands of college-level coursework within a strong network of support. The Academy's rigorous course catalog includes a wide range of both Advanced Placement and Concurrent Enrollment offerings that ensure students are prepared for college.
Advanced Placement courses give students the chance to tackle college-level work while they're still in high school—whether they're learning online or in the classroom. And through taking AP Exams, students can earn college credit and placement.
Concurrent Enrollment is a partnership between The Academy and Front Range Community College. Students will earn both high school and college credit concurrently by taking Front Range classes. These courses can be taken both at The Academy and on the nearby Front Range campus.