Career & College Readiness


District 51 has many ways for high school students to learn about themselves, explore careers, engage in career readiness, and prepare for next steps after graduation.

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ICAP & Naviance

Helpful Videos

Check out these videos to here about our current workforce needs and why career exploration planning is so important before deciding on a post-secondary education pathway:

Career & Technical Education

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More About CTE!

Watch the following videos to learn more about CTE.

Looking for leadership opportunities?

Get involved in a Career & Technical Student Organization!  They are a fun way to grow your PWR skills and meet new friends!


Here are a couple examples of our programs at the local high schools that you can get involved in:


Check out College Greenlight! They connect first generation and underrepresented students to caring colleges, generous scholarships, and life-changing counselors and mentors!

Other District Partnerships

SWAP is an innovative program designed to:

  • Assist young adults ages 16-25 with mild to moderate barriers in becoming involved in their communities.
  • Enhance the employability of SWAP clients.
  • Involve area buisnesses in community partnership.
  • Support career developement that enhances independence and personal satisfaction.
  • We offer workshops to high school students and their families on topics ranging from job seeking skills to post-secondary options.

Concurrent Enrollment

In May 2009, the Colorado State Legislature passed House Bill 09-1319 and Senate Bill 09-285, the Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act. The act created the concurrent enrollment program, defined as the simultaneous enrollment of a qualified student in a local education provider and in one or more postsecondary courses, including academic or career and technical education courses, which may include coursework related to apprenticeship programs or internship programs, at an institution of higher education. The collective intent is to broaden access to and improve the quality of concurrent enrollment programs, improve coordination between institutions of secondary education and institutions of higher education and ensure financial transparency and accountability. Beyond coordinating and clarifying the existing concurrent enrollment programs, the bills also created the “5th year” ASCENT program for students to continue participating in concurrent enrollment for one year following their 12th grade year. 

Technical Scholars & WCCC

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