“I heard about CEC through a friend at church. After finishing middle school I felt like I hadn’t been challenged, so the idea of going to an early college high school and being able to take college courses for free sounded great for me and my family. My advisors and teachers helped me choose classes, apply for scholarships and really excel. I was even able to play CHSSA girls soccer at Aurora High!”
“We were having a hard time finding ways to add computer science courses to my homeschooling, but being able to enroll part-time at CEC changed all of that. I was super-nervous my first day on-campus and now I’m super-excited to get back and be with my CEC teachers and classmates. My computer classes are challenging and my teachers are helping me explore all of the possibilities that are available in computer science. It’s awesome!”
CECCR junior, Bella Sparks was interviewed recently by KDVR/Fox 31 about her new charcuterie business. We are inspired to see how her creativity and entrepreneurial spirit developed into a successful small business that brings joy to many.
“My physical health was making it nearly impossible for me to attend classes at school. I thought about homeschooling, but after visiting CEC Inverness with my Mom and learning how I would have the flexibility to create a class schedule to fit in with my physical recovery, I enrolled."
CECP was assigned a 'Performance with Distinction' rating for 2020! Schools with this rating fall in the top 25% of Colorado public schools with reportable academic data and have demonstrated strong financial and organizational performance as well.
The CECP Interact/Young Rotary students have worked extremely hard and represented service above self. In doing so, they have been awarded the Presidential Citation with the Platinum distinction. This is the highest award given by Rotary International to students.
Enrollment opens November 2nd for Fall 2021-2022 school year. You can go to our enrollment site to apply or to attend one of our informational meetings you can RSVP here.
“For me, to have the opportunity to go to a school like CEC Parker is a privilege. It became clear to me early on that I would have the ability to be involved in creating my own path towards what I wanted to do in life and make my own experience at CEC. I loved being able to work one-on-one with advisors and teachers who cared so much about my success. Now I’m on my way thanks to them.”
Jake Hamilton, a CECI freshman, turned his passion for drawing into a best-selling book! Thank you for sharing your creativity and positivity with the world, Jake! Check out his interview with 9NEWS (KUSA), Kyle Clark.
At Colorado Early Colleges Inverness we focus our teaching and school culture on the United Nation's 17 Sustainable Development Goals.