Get a Jump Start on College

Students enrolled in dual credit courses receive both high school and college credit.

About Concurrent Enrollment:

  • Junior and Senior students may take dual credit classes through Colorado Christian University (CCU).  Courses currently offered are College Anatomy and Physiology, College Algebra, College Calculus, and College Physics.  
  • The CCU Dual Credit program not only saves you money, but also saves you time when you attend a higher education institution. By taking a CCU dual credit course, students receive college credit at a highly reduced rate compared to taking the course at college and are able to still enjoy their high school experience.
  • CCU is a regionally accredited, four-year Christian university located in Lakewood, Colorado. CCU's accreditation, through the Higher Learning Commission, means credits are transferable to many institutions in the nation, which includes public and private universities.
  • CCU dual credit students have access to helpful online resources through WebAdvisor, CCU's online student portal. 
  • More information may also be found on our College Resource Page.
Concurrent enrollment enables LCS students to earn college credit while in high school.

Concurrent enrollment enables LCS students to earn college credit while in high school.