Front Range Community College invites high school instructors to teach concurrent enrollment courses as part of the High School Select Program. These courses are taught at the high school by qualified high school teachers as a part of their contracted schedule. This program allows students to complete a college course, tuition-free, in a familiar high school environment.
Approved instructors collaborate with FRCC academic department faculty to ensure that the course is taught at the college level and mirrors the experience that students have on campus. The syllabus is reviewed by the department liaison every semester, and instructors are observed by FRCC faculty each year. Instructors attend the FRCC campus inservice and academic department meetings at the beginning of each semester and are encouraged to remain connected to other instructors for curriculum and pedagogy sharing. FRCC faculty will work with instructors to ensure all college expectations and policies are communicated.
Students apply and enroll as true FRCC students and create a permanent FRCC transcript.
Approved instructors can also teach classes online or on campus if desired; for more information, instructors are encouraged to work with their lead faculty member at FRCC.