Student Resources

Northeast Early College students will find various online resources to help support your learning and ensure your academic success.

Track Grades
Infinite Campus – IC is used to access grades, attendance, missing assignments and other student information.
Student Portal – An easy way to track grades or look at you schedule.

Google E-Mail
Google E-Mail – Google provides every student with their own email account.  In addition, student assignments, Google Drive, and other classroom activities are used within Google Apps for Education.

Naviance – Naviance is used to help develop a student’s Personalized Education Plan (PEP) which focuses on the activities/courses that a student needs to complete in order to be successful and plan for post-secondary opportunities.

SAT Practice
Khan Academy – Prepare for the SAT and PSAT by practicing SAT questions. – is a web-based Tech Literacy program that supports the curriculum to develop 21st Century Learning skills

High School Student Internships

Student Internships – Here is a document updated every Thursday with student internship opportunities in Denver.

My Tech
My Tech DPSK12 –The DPS MyTech program is modeled on the successful experiences of other U.S school districts, and on research indicating that student outcomes improve when a one-to-one implementation is thoughtfully planned and executed. To further ensure the program’s success, the 14 MyTech pilot schools also receive additional district staff support.

With the introduction of student Chromebooks, and the support of digital coaches, the MyTech teachers will focus on further integrating digital resources into their classroom instructional practices and in personalizing their work with individual students.

Graduation Requirements

College Information

Scholarship Information

Academic Resources by Subject Area

FREE Denver Public Library Tutoring

Free Tutoring in all subjects for NEC Students! In order to access free tutoring, students need a Denver public library card. You can sign up online for the free library card here: