The CEC Governing Board meeting is Friday, January 21, 2022, at 3:30 p.m. virtually via Microsoft Teams. The meeting agenda, which includes the Microsoft Teams meeting link, is posted on the CEC Governing Board webpage. Date: Friday, January 21, 2022Time: 3:30 p.m.Location: Virtual via Microsoft Teams
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.
Statewide results from the Colorado Department of Education for PSAT and SAT testing performed during March-May 2021 showed that our CEC Douglas County School 11th grade students from Castle Rock, Inverness and Parker outperformed their counterparts at both the district and statewide level in their SAT mean score averages.
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.
Please click here for return to learn plan for the fall. For families that are concerned about returning in person, we’d like to remind you about the CEC Online School Option.
“The College Direct program at CEC has turned out to be a great fit for me. I was a little worried at first that college level courses were going to be really hard and that I wasn’t going to be able to get an A, but my advisors at CEC were confident I could do the work and they were right. I love the variety and the challenges of the courses I’m able to take and I’m really looking forward to graduating high school from CEC with a college degree in my hands!”
“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.