Concurrent/Dual Enrollment

  • Cherry Creek School District offers Concurrent and Dual Enrollment courses that allow students to earn high school and college credit simultaneously. Students can earn college credits in a variety of Career & Technical Education, core academic, and general elective courses. Concurrent Enrollment courses are tuition-free through a local community college. Dual Enrollment courses have a minimal per-credit fee through a local university. All Concurrent and Dual Enrollment courses are taught at CCSD high schools by CCSD teachers who have been approved as adjunct faculty by an accredited community college or university.

    Who can enroll in Concurrent/Dual Enrollment courses?

    • Students in grades 9-12, who are under the age of 21
    • Students who receive approval for the class as part of their Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP)
    • Students who meet the minimum prerequisites for the course

    Steps to Enroll in a Concurrent/Dual Enrollment course (note: Teacher will provide all information at the beginning of the course.)

    1. Enroll in the course at your home high school, meeting all prerequisites.
    2. Apply to the college associated with the course. CCSD has Concurrent Enrollment with Arapahoe Community College, Community College of Aurora, Community College of Denver, and Pueblo Community College; Dual Enrollment with Metropolitan State University and University of Colorado, Denver. 
    3. Apply to College Opportunity Fund (COF). Information about COF can be found here:
    4. Complete CCSD Concurrent/Dual Enrollment Agreement (PandaDoc). 
    5. Upon completion of the course, check college transcripts with associated college.


    Concurrent and Dual Enrollment courses provide an excellent opportunity for students to earn college credits for their future education. Ensure that you check with the institute of higher education to determine how they will accept concurrent or dual enrollment credits.

Last Modified on June 1, 2023