Advanced Placement (AP) is a program created by the College Board that allows high school students the opportunity to take college credit bearing courses while in high school. Several AP classes are offered at East High School allowing students to explore a variety of college course options. The AP program is generally for students in grades 11-12, however, a few class options are available for 10th grade students. Each AP course does have an AP exam fee associated with the class allowing a money saving opportunity on college credit. Students must earn a qualifying score on the AP Exam in order to be eligible to receive college credit for an AP course.
Learn more information on AP Courses.
The CE program at Denver East allows a student to take college, career, and/or technical courses that earn both high school and college credit while still in high school.
Participating in CE can help you both academically and financially because:
East offers opportunities to take Concurrent Enrollment classes at both the local college campuses and at East High School.
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Your first step will be to speak with your counselor about your academic goals and current credits you have earned. Then you will need to complete the following steps:
Your counselor and CE Liaison can support you in assessing the following:
Students are required to cover the cost of: