Would you like more information about our school for the 2023-2024 School Year?
Please use the link below to sign up for one of our Meet & Greet Sessions.
Our last Meet & Greet Session is Tuesday, June 6th. We will post more dates in July when we return.
PPEC Enrollment Process OverviewPikes Peak Early College does not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, ancestry, need for special education services, or any other grounds prohibited by law. PPEC serves students with disabilities and English Learners and provides services to students as required by state and federal law. For more information, see the statement at the bottom of this page.
Pikes Peak Early College believes that choosing a new school is a tough decision for all families. Although we think we are the best option, this change should not be made without due diligence and that the choice feels right for both parents and students. As you start your discussion around coming to PPEC, be aware that we are not an alternative school and this is not an easier or a faster way to graduate. We believe in rigor, relevance, relationships, and flexibility.
Step 1. Attend a Meet and Greet
What is a meet and greet and why do I have to attend one?
Our first step toward applying is to invite all potential new students, parents, and families on to our campus. All families and prospective students must attend a meet and greet to get a more in-depth picture of what PPEC is about and ensure it is the right fit for your educational needs.
- View our blended learning campus
- Provide an opportunity to meet the staff
- Listen to a brief presentation about how our school operates and expectations.
- Question and Answer Session with grade-level teachers
- Student-led school tour
Step 2. Complete the Application
- After you attend a Meet and Greet informational meeting, you will receive an email from our Registrar with a link to our application.
Step 3. Receive Acceptance or Denial Letter
Special Education Services for Special Populations at Pikes Peak Early CollegeLike all choice schools, Pikes Peak Early College is a public school. PPEC serves students with disabilities and English Learners and provides services to students as required by state and federal law. Choice schools are subject to all federal and state laws and constitutional provisions prohibiting discrimination on the basis of disability, race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, ancestry, need for special education services, and certain other grounds. Laws applicable to students with disabilities include the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In most cases, the services required by a student with disabilities can be provided by Pikes Peak Early College.In some cases, a student's individual needs require that they be placed in a different program or location as determined by an IEP or Section 504 team. Under IDEA, students with disabilities are entitled to a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE). The services a student requires under IDEA are described in an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Under Colorado law, the provision of FAPE and specific services required by a student's IEP are a joint responsibility of the charter school and their authorizer, in most cases the local school district. Applicants to PPEC are not required to identify whether the applicant has an IEP and the school admits students without considering a student's disability. After a student with an IEP is initially enrolled in the school, an IEP team meeting may be required to determine whether this school is an appropriate placement for the student based on their needs. In some circumstances, a student's individual needs require that they be placed in a different program or location. For more information on our programs and services, please contact Rochelle Kolhouse, Principal, at email@example.com
- You will receive an acceptance/denial letter after we have received all the requested documents and our enrollment team reviews your application.
- We cannot consider incomplete pre-enrollment applications