At Littleton Public Schools we are proud to offer concurrent enrollment that allows high school students to take courses that can count toward college credit, certification credit AND graduation required credits in LPS, through the same course.
What is Concurrent Enrollment?
Concurrent Enrollment are college level courses offered at the high school, off campus (traveling to a college campus) or online at a college campus. Tuition is paid by Littleton Public Schools if the student receives a C or better. Students are responsible for transportation and any textbook or fees associated with the class.
To be eligible a student must:
Students must complete the registration process before each semester - it is good for ONE SEMESTER ONLY. LPS will not pay concurrent enrollment for students who do not go through the below process. Online courses are approved only by the district CE coordinator when all other course options have been exhausted
Students complete application materials in the semester prior to the semester they wish to attend.
Spring 2021 Registration begins November 2, 2020 and ends December 4, 2020
Fall 2021 Registration begins ___________ ends ____________
College level courses offered on the high school campus with a CE certified instructor.
College level courses offered off campus (traveling to a college campus) or online at a college campus.
College level courses within LPS and with neighboring school districts, through Career and Technical Education programs.