Concurrent Enrollment

Cooperating Community College – Arapahoe Community College (ACC)

To qualify for these opportunities, a student must first complete prerequisite which may include: Accuplacer, ACT scores, and/or course completion.
Below are the facts you should know:

  • The student will also receive high school graduation credit for their CE course.
  • The student must be enrolled in this class for the entire semester or year and finish with a grade “C” or higher.
  • Students are required to complete a Concurrent Enrollment application for each course. A Concurrent Enrollment application form shall include, but need to be limited to, the following: Assurance of consent by the Qualified Student and parent or legal guardian to the following: The Qualified Student will register for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend and understands that credit earned will be deducted from the COF lifetime account (145.0 credit hours) for courses being taken at Institutions of Higher Education that participate in the COF, with the exception of skills credit.
  • The college credit will be awarded through Arapahoe Community College.
  • Concurrent Enrollment fees are based on the length of the course, number of credits associated with the course and the institution offering the course. Books and miscellaneous equipment cost are the responsibility of the student.

PHS Concurrent Enrollment Offerings

  • ACC 121 - Accounting
  • ASE 101, 103, 122, 250, 264 Automotive
  • BUS 115 - Business
  • CAD 225 Solidworks
  • CIS 118 - PC Applications
  • MAR 155 - Social Media for Business
  • MAR 160 - Customer Service
  • MAR 216 - Marking II
  • MAR 235 - Consumer Behavior
  • BIO 160 -  Biotechnology
  • ENG 121, 122 - English Composition
  • CALC III & Diff. Equations
  • MAT 121 - College Algebra
  • MAT 135 - Intro to Statistics
  • ECE 101 - Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 111 - Infant & Toddler Development
  • Modern World History
  • SPA - Spanish IV
Note:  Some courses may become unavailable due to low enrollment numbers.
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Outside Agencies

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