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CEC Staff at Rally in Aurora 2018
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A group of multi-cultural students posing in front of the school in Parker.
A girl reading the book
Two young girls playing the violin
A group of students sitting at a table outside taking a break.

Parker Students

A group of graduates in their cap and gowns.
A young boy wearing safety glasses in a science classroom throwing flame from his gloved hand
Keith King, CEC Administrator walking down the aisle at the 2017 graduation smiling.
An award winning student and her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith King at Colorado Springs Early Colleges on Keith King Day in front of a banner saying Keith King Day.
Two students wearing School Choice Scarves
Deborah Hendrix, Sandi Brown and Laura Calhoun
Sandi Brown, CEC Executive Administrator
Melinda Joy Mingo
3 CSEC boys at the Capitol wearing School Choice Week scarves.

Mission Statement

All students, regardless of background or skill level, will have the opportunity to pursue a growth mindset that will allow them to achieve mastery and to demonstrate they can succeed in school, in college, and in their chosen career.  No exceptions. No excuses.
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Handing over the Torch: CEC Prepares for Major Transitions, New Beginnings


Colorado Early Colleges (CEC) Administrator Keith King calls this year’s Board Retreat the ‘most significant’ in the history of the organization. King started the non-profit 11 years ago to give Colorado students the opportunity to achieve and dream big. He wanted students to have the opportunity to earn an associate degree before leaving high school.

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