Welcome to CEC Douglas County North High School!
We are excited to announce that starting with the upcoming 2024-2025 school year, our CEC Inverness campus location will be known as CEC Douglas County North! The reason for this name change is in support of our continuous goal to offer the highest level of learning programs possible to students in the Douglas County area by bringing together our Inverness and Parker campuses into a single campus at the Inverness location.
CEC Douglas County North High School (CECDCN) is a tuition-free public charter school welcoming ALL students in the Douglas County area — offering both full-time enrollment and part-time enrollment for homeschool and non-public school students.
Our nurturing CECDCN campus provides a personal and supportive experience where students are able to explore and pursue their own unique educational and career pathways. We assess every student who enrolls to meet them where they are academically, no matter the level — and provide them with the opportunity to begin working on college-level courses as soon as they are college ready.
The campus will also be featuring a dedicated area just for 9th grade students called the Freshman Academy. The goal of the academy is to help our incoming freshman class make a successful transition into their high school and postsecondary learning by building strong academic and social-emotional skills in a welcoming and empowering space.
Our campus culture is caring, inclusive, and focused on creating confident, lifelong learners!
- Smaller Class Sizes with Passionate, Enthusiastic and Highly-Qualified Teachers
- STEM and Liberal Arts Focused Curriculum
- Exceptional Pathways Towards FREE College Degrees & Industry Recognized Certifications
- Services Provided for Students with IEP, 504, ALP, and ELL plans
- Engaging Electives in Robotics, Engineering, Small Engines, Health Science, Ceramics, Painting, Drawing, New Media, Career Explorations and more…
- FREE Tutoring for ALL Students
- Healthy Breakfast and Lunches available each day from our Farm-to-School Kitchen!
- FREE Bus Transportation (Locations Based On Student Need)
- Part-Time On-Campus Enrollment for 9-12 Grade Homeschoolers
Keshia Medellin – Head of School
Stephanie Webb – Admissions
CEC recognizes the responsibility we have been entrusted with to deliver a positive and lifelong impact on our students and their families, both academically and in life — and to deliver it with equity and fairness in the Colorado communities we have the privilege to serve. We have created a belief system to guide us in our endeavors in building strong campus communities that are filled with passion, driven by excellence, and dedicated to diversity, equity and inclusion.
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Want to learn more to make sure CEC Douglas County North is the right for your family? Attend one of our school tours or informational meetings. We cover all of the unique learning options available and give you the opportunity to meet staff, learn about our culture, and ask any questions you may have.
Food & Transportation Services
CEC Food Services is committed to providing delicious and balanced meals through our Farm-to-School meal program. We believe that by providing nutritious and appetizing meals for students using fresh, locally-sourced foods is how we can best support their academic success
CEC Transportation Services believes that ensuring proper access to learning starts with our students traveling to and from school safely. We are extremely proud to be a charter school network that operates 16 buses with multiple routes and stops along the Front Range in support of our campus locations, and provide our students and their families with this option.
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Student Life at CEC Douglas County North