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Concurrent Enrollment

Career and Technical Education

ICAP

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CEPA(Concurrent Enrollment Options Act)

The Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act (CEPA) 101 et seq.) makes it possible for eligiblestudents in grades 9 through 12 who are under the age of 21 and officially registered with Academy District 20 to simultaneously enroll in their local high schools and in qualified institutions of higher learning.

  • Interested students must meet eligibility and application criteria as identified by the statute and further defined by the district and must involve their counselor in the process from the outset.

  •  The student must establish an Individual College and Academic Plan (ICAP) that lists an intentional sequence of courses reflecting progress towards graduation and postsecondary goals. The requested college course(s) must align with the student’s ICAP and cannot replace a corresponding course available in the district.

  • The student must demonstrate college readiness by meeting minimum scores on the Accuplacer, SAT or ACT, maintaining a 2.5 high school GPA, and satisfying any prerequisites as defined by the institution of higher learning.

In all cases, the number of college courses is limited. The student should see his/her counselor for details.

Pathways to College: Fact SheetCE Academics-1.pdf




Career Start Vocational Program


Career Start, formally AVP is primarily for students who are interested in pursuing an associate degree or certificate in a career and technical field or entering the job market directly after finishing high school. Courses provide core academic and elective credit. Specific credits vary by program. Career Start credit in core areas will not fulfill NCAA athletic course requirements.
  • Student Informational Meeting Jan 14, 2020 @9:30am in the LMC
  • Parent Meeting January 16, 2020 5:30pm-EAC
https://www.asd20.org/college-and-career
  • Career Start Field trip: February 6, 2020


International Salon and Spa Academy AVP program:

District 20 Parent information and open house

January, 29, 2020  5:30-6:30pm

5707 North Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80918

ISSA informational night 2020.pdf

​Liberty High School Career and Technical Education Program

ASD20
Teacher Cadet
Program
  • Open to 2020-2021 Junior and Seniors
  • Year-long Honors Course
  • College Credit Opprotunity
  • Lincensed Curriculum
  • Aligned to Colorado Teacher quality standards
Applicaiton is DUE March 1, 2020

Coding and Cybersecurity
Juniors and seniors participate in a double-block coding or cybersecurity program at the D20 Center for Modern Learning. Depending on the program, students can earn college credits and take industry certification tests. While seniors can join year 1, the pathways are a two year course sequence. Students must have completed programming 1 or a similar pre-requisite. Applicaiton link:https://na3.docusign.net/Member/PowerFormSigning.aspx?PowerFormId=2b9f7acd-2d13-40be-958a-799e55e7d448&env=na3-eu1&acct=9a868cc1-6c58-4682-b7f0-67dd5688b37a
Articulateed Courses for Pikes Peak Community College:

District 20 has articulation agreements with Pikes Peak Community College that permit high school students to earn college credit as they develop career and technical education skills.  To qualify, students must earn an A or B in the high school course that RHS has articulated with PPCC, apply to PPCC, and submit a teacher verification form and $10 to PPCC.  Some examples of courses include accounting/business classes, drafting, electronics, and more. See your teacher of business/technology classes for more information and the PPCC web site listed below.

 

Students must follow all directions on the PPCC web site. Program information is available at: Rampart_HS_Flyer_May_2019.pdf
Students or parents may also call the PPCC High School Programs office at 719-502-3111 for more information.

Extended Studies at Academy Online High School

The Extended Studies at Academy Online program is designed to challenge students with high-interest courses they may otherwise be unable to access at their primary high school. Students can take courses as part of or on top of their high school schedule.


Because Extended Studies courses run based on student demand, we are asking students to indicate their interest in a class by going to our online course catalog https://schools.asd20.org/vhs




ICAP-Individual Career and Academic Plan


ICAP is a multi-year process that intentionally guides students and families in the exploration of career, academic and postsecondary opportunities. With the support of adults, students develop the awareness, knowledge, attitudes, and skills to create their own meaningful and powerful pathways to be career and college ready.

ICAP lessons and activites are done in NAVIANCE.


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