Boulder Valley School District

College Before Graduation


BVSD works with local colleges and universities to support students in getting a head start on earning college credits and gaining industry certifications. Concurrent and dual enrollment refer to courses where students simultaneously earn college credits while completing high school requirements. Benefits of concurrent/dual enrollment include:

  • Experiencing a gradual transition to college coursework while in a supportive high school environment

  • Saving on college tuition costs

  • Getting ahead on earning a college degree

  • Earning college credit while completing high school graduation requirements

Our three college partners are: Front Range Community College (FRCC), Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU), and CU Boulder.

The ASCENT and TREP Programs pay tuition, books and fees at MSU or FRCC for the first 1-2 years after students complete high school.


Priority Deadlines For Campus and District Select Courses

Students can continue seek approval for Fall courses through 8/14/2023.


At the College

District Select

High School Select
SUMMER May 10 May 10 n/a


May 20

May 20

7 business days after the 1st day of class
SPRING December 15 December 15 7 business days after the 1st day of class

For Campus and District Select courses, students may submit paperwork after priority deadlines if there is space available. The enrollment and approval process may take up to two weeks so please complete the steps below early. Students seeking accommodations need to contact the college Disability Support office 2-3 weeks prior to the start of class. District Select courses that have low enrollment by the Priority Deadline may be cancelled.

What do you want to do?

Concurrent Enrollment

Get a jumpstart on college, concurrent enrollment

College Before Graduation