Concurrent enrollment provides college-ready high school students the chance to enroll in college courses—and earn college credit—without having to pay tuition.
Nearly 1,700 high school seniors applied for Colorado’s prestigious Boettcher Foundation Scholarship. Turns out two of this year’s recipients are FRCC students.
As we celebrate our graduates this spring, we hear a lot of powerful stories about their experience. This graduate found her path to success through P-TECH.
Front Range Range Community College (FRCC) and St. Vrain Valley Schools have been awarded a $494,175 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support the opening of a Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) program in cybersecurity. The grant was awarded as part of NSF’s Advanced Technological Education (ATE) program, which focuses […]
Who would have thought that a few supplies placed in a plastic sandwich bag could save three lives? But those supplies do save lives, and students in two College Now-Career Pathways classes packed hundreds of those sandwich bags recently. Students explore medical careers. The students are in the Medical Careers Exploration class – high school […]
Have you ever seen a high school college student on campus? We may not be easily recognized as we seem to blend into the student body rather nicely, but we are there, and there seem to be more of us all the time. Concurrent Enrollment Spring 2012 is my 5th semester at Front Range Community […]