Congratulations to our wonderful Interact Club on winning the "Ron Prascher" Rotary District 5450 "Rising Star" Award for their exceptional Service Work this year! They accepted the award last week at the Rotary District Conference.
This month, Anna Watson, a Colorado Early Colleges Inverness senior, will be earning both her high school diploma and her bachelor's degree in applied mathematics from Metropolitan State University of Denver, making her one of the University’s youngest graduates ever.
Maylin Brown, a sophomore at Colorado Early Colleges Parker, received first place for her poem "Today" in the Friends of the Littleton Library and Museum’s 55th annual Creative Writing Contest. Her work was judged with all High School entries.
Skylar Vawter Simmons, a student at Colorado Early Colleges Castle Rock, has been selected to represent Castle Rock, CO as a National Youth Delegate to the 2022 Washington Youth Summit on the Environment at George Mason University.
We are excited to share that CEC Castle Rock is the recipient of a Colorado Charter School Program expansion grant! This competitive grant award of $900,000 over 2 years will be used for academic programming, technology, furniture and equipment, and staff professional development.
CEC Fort Collins and Douglas County schools were assigned a 'Performance with Distinction' rating for 2021! 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 NEW Colorado Early Colleges Middle School is excited to host local business and community leaders as well as statewide educational and government leaders to celebrate one of CEC’s founders, Ms. Deborah Hendrix.
CECP senior, Parker Norton, was selected for the Rugby Colorado All-State Team. He was honored this past weekend before the USA-Canada World Cup qualifying match held at Infinity Park in Glendale. Congratulations, Parker!
“I definitely love STEM. My CEC teachers challenged me by explaining things in a way that made it possible for me to do the work I needed to do. I loved my middle school teachers and how helpful they were and I also really liked how many choices I had for elective classes. Moving onto CEC Fort Collins High School has been really great and the InnoLab is awesome!”
“I like the simple fact of the opportunity to go to college – I never thought of college as a possibility for my future. My circumstances in life would never have led me to earning an associate degree but thanks to the support of my teachers and advisors, I did it. CEC gave me the chance to pursue my goal of becoming a firefighter, all I had to do was put the work into it.”