What is High School Select?
College Now – High School Select is a concurrent enrollment program that provides high school students with the opportunity to take FRCC classes at their home high school for college credit. Tuition is covered by the school district, but students may be responsible for textbooks and/or applicable fees.
Students should be aware that classes are taught at the college-level, and students are expected to meet all college-level requirements, including appropriate placement test scores. Classes are taught by FRCC approved high school instructors or by FRCC instructors who travel to your school.
What FRCC classes can I take?
Class offerings are determined in partnership with the school district, FRCC, and each individual high school. Students should talk with their high school counselor about what course offerings may be available at their high school.
Am I eligible to participate?
In addition to being approved by their high school to participate in the High School Select program, students must show appropriate assessment scores to enroll in desired classes. Students may either take the Accuplacer test through Front Range Community College, or qualify for an assessment waiver with ACT scores of at least 19 in Math and 18 in English.
How do I enroll?
Course offerings vary by school district. Please see your high school counselor for more information when planning your schedule.
Students approved by their high school to participate in High School Select must complete the following steps to enroll:
- Apply for admission to FRCC. Apply online or download the paper copy.
- Sign up for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend.
- Complete the Accuplacer test through FRCC, or show qualifying ACT scores.
- Complete all paperwork required by FRCC and the high school. Students should talk to their high school counselor about what paperwork is necessary.