Concurrent Enrollment at Mountain Vista High School

Concurrent enrollment (CE) classes benefit students by increasing the flexibility of academic options, increasing the ease of access to college coursework, and preparing students for a better transition into college.

These are college classes taught at Mountain Vista High School (MVHS) by DCSD high school teachers who meet current college faculty guidelines.

Tuition is paid by DCSD, but students pay for textbook and/or course fees. This helps lower the cost of college.

MVHS concurrent enrollment classes are transcripted through Arapahoe Community College and are listed as "ACC" on the student registration forms.

Students must complete all enrollment steps, including applying to ACC, completing a CE Enrollment Form, and meeting all prerequisites by the deadlines.

Many of these courses may lead to either an associate's degree (AA) or certification in a specific industry, and several have guaranteed transferability (GT) to any 2- or 4-year college/institution in Colorado with a passing grade of a C or better.