Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent Enrollment provides an opportunity for students to challenge themselves during the school year by taking college level courses at post-secondary state institutions. The school district will pay tuition costs up to the community college rate. The school district is not responsible for the cost of books, materials, or administrative/student fees. Weld RE-4 School District currently has contracts with AIMS Community College and the University of Northern Colorado. Windsor High School students may only take courses with these two institutions at this time. 

​To be considered eligible for this program, a student must meet the following conditions: 
  1. Request to participate in coursework that Windsor High School does not offer or have exhausted coursework in a curriculum area at Windsor High School. 
  2. Meet prerequisites for the college level courses. 
  3. Require no remedial coursework at the college level. 
  4. The course must be directly related to an educational or career decision, and be in line with your plan of study on your ICAP (Individual Career and Academic Plan). 
Students may use the class for both high school and college credit. The school district pays tuition for up to six credit hours per semester. 

A completed Concurrent Enrollment intent form must be turned into the counseling office before a student enrolls in any class at a post-secondary institution (fall semester deadline: April 1st; spring semester deadline: November 1st). This opportunity is primarily for 11th and 12th graders; 9th and 10th graders may be granted permission on a case-by-case basis.