Concurrent Enrollment 

The Summit Academy is proud to offer our students the opportunity to particpate in Concurrent Enrollment  (CE).  CE programs provide high school students with the opportunity to enroll in postsecondary courses and earn credit at no cost to them for tuition. Colorado data show that students in concurrent enrollment programs are more likely to enroll in postsecondary education, have higher postsecondary grade point averages and retention rates and decreased need for remediation.   In May 2009, the Colorado State Legislature passed the Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act. The Act created the Concurrent Enrollment program, defined as the simultaneous enrollment of a qualified student in a local education provider and in one or more postsecondary courses, including academic or career and technical education courses, at an institution of higher education.


Summit students in grades 9-12 can participate in Concurrent Enrollment.  Classes may be taken at the local community college. Interested students should begin enrollment procedures beginning in January for the fall semester college courses.   Students enrolled in Summit may choose to participate as a full- or part-time student.

Interested in Concurrent Enrollment?
ALL STUDENTS participating in CE must do the following:
  • ALL STUDENTS who are interested in Concurrent Enrollment MUST attend a CE Meeting.
  • Turn in ALL required paperwork on time.
  • Meet with the Summit South CE Coordinator 1x per year in the Spring.
  • Complete the Spring Ultimate Checklist in the Fall for the Spring Semester.
  • Have all courses approved per policy. 
  • Turn in a Concurrent Enrollment Agreement. if you are attending Red Rocks it must be done each semester. 
  • Turn in all necessary paperwork for the community college of choice, such as Underage Waiver and College Opportunity Fund Paperwork. 
  • Turn in a Summit CE Family Agreement 
  • Turn in Round 1 paperwork by the 1st Friday in April. This is for enrollment for the fall semester. 
  • Fill out an ICAP for planning.
  • Pay Student Fees to the Community College. Reimbursement will happen per the Full-Time/Part-Time Document. Expect to Pay Fees. The college advertises their fees. 
  • Fill out a Full-Time/Part-Time Sheet, which is Due in September before October Count.