Concurrent Enrollment for Juniors and Seniors

PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE/Colorado State University – Pueblo

COLLEGE OPPORTUNITIES FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Dear Student:

As a Pueblo County District 70 high school junior or senior, you can enjoy privileges and advantages of being in both high school and college. Concurrent enrollment students have the opportunity to take college courses at Pueblo Community College (PCC) and Colorado State University – Pueblo (CSU-Pueblo), which count toward your high school graduation elective requirements, and a college degree or certificate.

What you need to do if you are interested in attending PCC:

  • Contact your high school counselor.
  • Apply for admission to PCC online at: pueblocc.edu. Print a copy of the acceptance letter for your records and one for the high school. Make sure you copy down your “S” number.
  • Take the ACCUPLACER test at PCC, call – 549-3091for information about dates and times. You will need to take your school ID or License and your “S” number from your PCC application. Scores will determine which classes you are eligible to enroll in. For SPRING 2015 classes, the ACCUPLACER needs to be completed by November 10, 2014.
  • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) at https://cof.college-assist.org/apply. You will need your Social Security Number. Print a copy of the COF verification sheet for your application and the high school. Please remember to write down your unique user name and password that you get to choose.
  • Complete and submit a “Student and Parent Agreement Form”.
  • Complete and submit a “Statewide Agreement Form”.
  • Submit a copy of your most recent high school transcript and your ICAP (Individual Career/Academic Plan)
  • Attend an advising session with a representative from PCC.
  • PCC Concurrent Enrollment Informational Session:

Thursday, November 13, 2014, 9:00am – 1:30pm at Rye High School

  • Turn in your completed application packet to your high school counselor by Monday, December 1, 2014
  • Attend an orientation at PCC to ensure student success.

What you need to do if you are interested in attending CSU-Pueblo:

  • Contact your high school counselor.
  • List of course offerings is on CSU-Pueblo’s website.   csupueblo.edu, “Quick Links”, under Academics, “Course Offerings”
  • Complete the “Concurrent Enrollment Request Form” 3 pages
  • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) at https://cof.college-assist.org/apply. You will need your Social Security Number. Print a copy of the COF verification sheet for your application and the high school. Please remember to write down your unique user name and password that you get to choose.
  • Submit a copy of your most recent high school transcript and your ICAP (Individual Career/Academic Plan)
  • Submit Accuplacer or ACT test scores if needed.
  • Concurrent Enrollment informational Session: Thursday, October 30, 2014 at Rye High School, 9:00am
  • Turn in your completed application packet to your high school counselor by Friday, November 14, 2014
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School Accountability Information

District and individual school accountability information can be found on the Department of Education’s website at: http://www.schoolview.org and on District 70’s website at:  http://www.district70.org

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Rye High School

Rye High School, a grades nine through twelve school, is nestled in the foothills of the Greenhorn Mountains. This year, Rye High School is home to 225 students. For our students, we proudly offer a variety of extracurricular activities as well as a superior educational program. In fact, Rye High is one of the few high schools throughout the state of Colorado to receive a “performance” rating on the state accountability report.

Rye High School Mission and Priority

Mission Statement:
The mission of the Rye High School (RHS) community, which includes building administration, staff, students, and parents, is to provide a positive learning environment that features high academic expectations, respect, safety, and discipline.

Priority Statement
The priority of the Rye High School community is to insure that our students are provided with a challenging academic course of study, quality extra-curricular programs, and a physical location that offers a safe, secure, pleasant learning environment.

 

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