Give to CEC Castle Rock High School
We were so very proud and excited to open our campus doors in the Fall of 2020 and begin offering students in Douglas County and beyond another location to access the best opportunities possible towards achieving academic and career success. We appreciate your visit today in support of our school as we continue our work to become a positive addition to this vibrant and welcoming community!
Your gift to the Lion Summit Fund helps our overall mission thrive by supporting innovation in student learning options, elite student advising for college and career preparation, increased availability for tutoring and mentoring, career and technical education expansion, workforce development programs, student services and wellness resources, and more.
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Offering our students the opportunity to participate in extracurricular clubs and activities helps us take them beyond the importance of grades and test scores. It allows them to discover new passions, to apply their academic skills outside of the classroom, to engage with others and develop individual leadership and teamwork skills, and to build self-confidence as they advance towards their future goals.
Castle Rock Student Council – Help us create a warm, welcoming community by supporting our amazing Student Council. Your generous gift will benefit the creation of school activities like movie nights, homecoming, and prom.
Music Clubs – Our music department welcomes your generous support to help with various activities, repertoire, and instrument maintenance. All funds will be used to better equip our music program to give students impactful and more diverse experiences while at CEC.
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) – Our HOSA Club connects our Health Science pathway to opportunities for students to learn about medical best practices (CPR, first aid, etc.) in preparation for careers in the medical field or medical research. Students have the opportunity to participate in academic competitions, leadership development, shadowing opportunities, career development and educational programs.
National Honor Society (NHS) – NHS empowers and equips students with the knowledge and skills to be transformative leaders in CEC, our community, and beyond. Additionally, it provides a necessary bridge between students and school leaders—helping us engage and hear what students think, feel, and need.
General/Other – If you would like to give to Student Activities but have no preference for a specific club/activity, please choose the General option. If you would like to give to a club/activity that you do not see listed, please choose the General option and specify in the comments section which club/activity you would like to support.
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To learn more about donating to Colorado Early Colleges, please contact:
Jennifer Malenky, MBA, CFRE
Director of Philanthropy and Strategic Partnerships