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Pikes Peak Early College (6821)

High school

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6113 CONSTITUTION AVE
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80915

178

Total Students Served

Grade 9 - Grade 12

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About Pikes Peak Early College (6821)

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Pikes Peak Early College

2023-2024

Pikes Peak Early College (PPEC) is a blended online high school serving all student populations, including those underrepresented in postsecondary programs and institutions. PPEC students will thrive in a blended online learning environment with individualized online learning coupled with scheduled, in-class discussions, labs, presentations, assessments, and other interactive activities, all under the supervision of highly qualified, licensed secondary teachers. PPEC will operate as an Early Col lege high school in partnership with postsecondary partners, Pikes Peak State College (PPSC) and the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs (UCCS), Pueblo Community College (PCC), Red Rocks Community College (RRCC), Front Range Community College (FRCC), Arapahoe Community College (ACC), and more. PPEC students will expect to accomplish college-level coursework, primarily delivered in a traditional in-class and hybrid online format through Concurrent Enrollment while in high school, simultaneously earning high school and college credits. PPEC is now in its sixth year with grades 9 through 12+1, with approximately 180 students and 130 students attending college courses on our campus or at one of our regional higher education institutions. PPEC will pay for college tuition and fees based on the Colorado Community College System tuition rate. The Early College model has provided the opportunity for an increased number of D49 students to complete general education courses for transfer and to complete Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS), Associate of General Studies (AGS), an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees and professional credentials as well as complete various certification programs. Pikes Peak Early College is in its sixth year and has baseline data to effectively make longitudinal programmatic or instructional adjustments. PPEC will focus its improvement efforts on D49 district Unified Improvement Plan data expectations. PPEC's focus areas are illustrated in three target areas: 1. Data-specific outcomes with D49 district Unified Improvement Plan 2. strong first teach practices, and 3. Qualitative-based outcomes.

Enrollment

178

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Student-Teacher Ratio

45:1

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Performance Rating

Attendance Rate

99.2%

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4-Year Grad Rate

51.1%

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Dropout Rate

<= 0.5%

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Average SAT & PSAT Scores

SAT Grade 11:

1065

PSAT Grade 10:

1008

PSAT Grade 9:

1041

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Chronically Absent

N/A

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