L to R: Molly Cotner, Jeff Stuber, Shawn Bower, Ali Duran, Woody Longmire, Melissa Smith, Lilika Belet, Lisa Wolfe, Kacie Cooper-Stotler, Nina Frischmann, Bill Kuhn
Harrison School District Two is proud to have concurrent enrollment partnerships with Colorado State University Pueblo, Pikes Peak Community College and the University of Colorado Colorado Springs.
Concurrent enrollment opportunities exist at both of our HSD2 high schools and allow our students to take college credit-bearing courses while they are still in high school. These courses are offered for nominal fees or at no cost to the student and their family. Depending on the course, students will receive instruction in one of the following manners:
- Courses taught at the high school campus by professors employed by the district.
- Courses taught at the high school campus by professors employed by the college/university.
- Courses taught at the college/university campus by professors employed by the college/university.
Concurrent enrollment is a low cost to no cost opportunity for students to gain college credits prior to high school graduation. There are numerous benefits to this approach. Check with your high school counseling department for specifics on concurrent enrollment and whether it is right for your student.