A Special CEC Governing Board meeting is Wednesday, June 15, 2022, @ 7:30 a.m. and will be held virtually via Microsoft Teams. The meeting agenda, which includes the Microsoft Teams meeting link, is posted on the CEC Governing Board webpage. Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2022Time: 7:30 a.m.Location: Microsoft Teams
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.
CEC Wins at the State Latin Convention!
William Navarrete Moreno is making a big name for himself, not only in Colorado Springs, but also across the state. From graduating a year early, to holding a 4.8 GPA, he will be the first generation in his family to go to college and has been accepted into the Medical School Program at the University of Colorado.
We are excited to share that 2021 CECA alumnus, Malik Jones, has helped Team U.S.A. Paralympic Sled Hockey team win gold in the 2022 Paralympic Winter Beijing Games. Take a moment to learn more about Malik.
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.
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.
“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!”
Meet Quinn, a CEC4Me story! Quinn chose CEC Fort Collins for the opportunity to receive her college degree with a flexible schedule, so she could pursue acting classes. Her choice of CEC paid off; she is now at the NYU Tisch School of Arts.