High School Concurrent Enrollment

Students Photo on GrassEarn college credits or complete a certificate program, while you are in High School, for FREE (dependent on the program and books and tools are not included).

Denver Public School District Concurrent Enrollment makes funding available for qualified high school students to attend college classes at Emily Griffith Technical College (EGTC). Students earn transferable college credits, elective high school credits, and could possibly earn an industry recognized certificate which is extremely valuable for future employment. This is an exciting education opportunity for many students to earn college credits and skills that will make them employable while they are still in high school. 



How to Get Started:

  1. Talk with your High School Counselor regarding Concurrent Enrollment/Ascent
  2. Complete the free Admissions Application
    • Apply Online
    • Apply in Person in the Registration Center at 1860 Lincoln Street
  3. Take the Free Program Assessment Test
  4. Complete the Concurrent Enrollment or Ascent Agreement Form
    • Bring in your completed form to when you meet with EGTC Staff
  5. Register for your Concurrent Enrollment courses at EGTC
    • Meet with EGTC Concurrent Enrollment Staff
    • To make an appointment: 720-423-4715
  6. Get a copy of your Payment Receipt
  7. Pick up your EGTC Student ID
  8. Buy your Books and Supplies

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Time: 8:00am
Monday, February 27, 2017
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Time: 5:30am
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
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Time: 9:30am

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From our students...

As long as you apply yourself the work is really easy and help is available when you need it. EGTC seems to be very organized and knows what it takes to make students successful.

Stephanie Medero
Administrative Assistant Student

From our teachers...

Water Quality Management is a fast paced industry and you are able to earn a certificate in less then a year.

Jeffrey Barnier
Water Quality Managment Instructor