Northeast Early College will prepare all students to be collaborative and competitive in a four year college and in a 21st Century global economy. The Northeast Early College Vision captures the essential ingredient to being a successful school: That standing together is more powerful than standing alone – that collaboration among students, staff and community will create the best college preparatory and workplace readiness experience possible.
Northeast Early College will create opportunities for students to attend a school with a focus on CareerConnect Pathways at the foundation of everything that we do. We require all students to earn dual high school and college credit leading to a High School Diploma, and workforce certification.
Northeast Early College’s target population includes students and families in the Far Northeast (FNE) region and across the Denver metro area that desire a highly structured learning environment that emphasizes rigorous academics, technology, workforce readiness, and project-based learning activities. We welcome all students to our unique, integrated CareerConnect pathways. Our goal is to prepare all Northeast Early College students with the academic knowledge and workforce readiness skills to compete in and contribute to the 21st Century global economy.
The Northeast Early College guiding principles and priorities are based on the research that was conducted by Jobs for the Future in partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, on successful Early College Instructional Strategies and College and Career Readiness Keys for Success: