You are here: Home News Dual Credit Courses at CEC
Posted December 8, 2015

Note: This news item is more than a year old. Browse for more current news.

Dual Credit Courses at CEC

Sign up now for free classes being offered second semester.

To high school students: 

You have a rare and unique opportunity to take interesting and exciting dual enrollment college classes and for FREE, and you can even get transportation from your home school and back when you  take courses at the Career Enrichment Center.

Classes include algebra, CAD, psychology, film, intro to healthcare, hotel and tourism and much more.

Here are a list of dual enrollment classes available at CEC during second semester:

CEC counselor Lynn Ramsey can help you with any questions you may have. The school works closely with the counselors at each high school to ensure that students can fit the class(es) into their schedule and to make those arrangements. If you need transportation to and from school, CEC can explain the process and help with those arrangements as well.

"We are excited to have these courses available because not only do students get college credit for free, saving you and them hundreds of dollars. It also opens a window of opportunity to look at potential careers while still attending high school," said CEC Principal Pat Arguelles.

If you have any questions or concerns, contact counselor Lynn Ramsey at 505-247-3658 x45595.

Document Actions
News
APS Launches Twitter Campaign Focused on Learning
In her weekly message, Supt. Reedy writes about #ADayInSchool
Understanding the APS Budget
We've put together a five-minute video that helps explain the complexities and challenges of developing a budget for the coming school year.
Alex Bregman Donates iPads to Help APS Students with Autism
Petroglyph Elementary School is the first recipient of a new foundation created by the third baseman for the World Series champion Houston Astros.
APS Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Read what APS recipients of MLK scholarships have to say about the revered leader of the Civil Rights Movement.
Hall of Honor Inductees Announced
Longtime teacher and administrator Mary Ann Anderson and former Deputy Chief Mark Shea will be recognized at the Gold Bar Gala on April 27.