Concurrent Enrollment

Definition of Program

The Concurrent Enrollment program allows high school students to take college classes while attending high school. Two Roads will cover the cost of tuition. Families are responsible for paying books and fees. The ASCENT program is a continuation of college classes into a fifth year of high school. Two Roads will cover tuition and families will cover books and fees. Students simultaneously earn high school and college credit.

When & Where

  • Fall semester and Spring semester (not available during summer semester).
  • Students attend classes at local community colleges.
  • They may choose Arapahoe Community College, Front Range Community College, Red Rocks Community College, or Community College of Denver.

Why Two Roads?

  • Tuition-paid college classes (at the community college in-seat rate)
  • Students earn college credit while in high school
  • Students have the possibility of earning an Associate degree while a high school student

Main office number:


Carrie Essman
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