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SERVING STUDENTS SINCE 2003
The Alternative High School Diploma Program at Pueblo Community College recruits students back into the educational system, providing them with an opportunity to earn an alternative high school diploma and encourages them to pursue higher educational opportunities.
The Alternative High School Diploma Program is open to students between the ages of 17 and 20 who have dropped out of school and have a desire to get back on track.
The Alternative High School Diploma Program is designed for individuals who are self motivated and committed to earning an alternative high school diploma.
This one-year program is offered through the Community Education Training Division and Pre-College Programs at Pueblo Community College.
Students who successfully complete all of the components receive an alternative diploma issued by their local school district.
The PCC Alternative High School Diploma Program is open to students between the ages of 17 and 20 who reside in the state of Colorado and are able to attend classes at the Pueblo or Fremont campuses.
Students interested in the PCC Alternative High School Diploma Program must apply through their respective school district, listed below, for referral to the program.
Steps for Enrollment
Complete an application and reserve your spot for an information session. Call, 719-549-3252
Attend a Placement Interview
Participate in Assessments
Fee and Orientation
Pueblo - 719.549.3252
Fremont - 719.269.6103
Pagosa Springs - 719.568.3934