Enrollment in Colorado Cyber
To enroll with Colorado Cyber, please click here, or call our office at 303-387-9465. There are several choice options for enrolment with Colorado Cyber:
- Full-time enrollment
All students outside of Douglas County School District must enroll full-time. (Students may not be enrolled simultaneously in 2 separate school districts.) Students outside the district can have the opportunity to enroll part-time provided the remainder of their schooling is with a DCSD-registered home school family.
Students must enroll in a minimum of 4 classes to be considered full-time with Colorado Cyber. Students may enroll full-time with 4-8 classes per year at no additional fee.
- Part-time enrollment
In-district students may enroll part-time with Colorado Cyber while enrolled primarily at a Douglas County School District physical school. High school and middle school students must apply through their counselor; elementary students must apply through their principal.
Out-of-district students may enroll part-time if they are simultaneously registered with Douglas County School District as a home school family.
- Hybrid enrollment
In-district students who are enrolled full-time (4 courses minimum) with Colorado Cyber may take other courses at their home school, not to exceed 7 courses total.
- eLearning + enrollment
In collaboration with Colorado Cyber, Chaparral High School will begin offering eLearning+ courses for the 2009-2010 school year. In these courses, we will combine Colorado Cyber’s safe online environment and highly qualified teachers with innovative, rigorous, 21st century instruction. Our eLearning+ course instructors will provide relevant and rigorous educational opportunities online and will engage students personally during their one-to-four face-to-face classes per week. The frequency of these meetings will depend on the demands of the content being offered at the time.
- Special education enrollment
You must inquire through the office staff, who will refer you to the Special Education department. Special education services are on a consultation basis.
Enrollment forms are available here. Colorado Cyber does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, age, creed, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or religion for purposes of admission. Colorado Cyber provides free, appropriate public education (FAPE) to all of its students.
Upon admission of any special needs student, Colorado Cyber complies with all federal and state laws and does not limit admission to students on the basis of intellectual ability, measures of achievement or aptitude, or athletic ability. Parents of all students with a current IEP (Individual Education Plan) must consult with the special education staffing team to determine suitability of Colorado Cyber’s program to the student’s needs prior to enrollment.
To attend Colorado Cyber, students must have a computer and Internet service. If you do not have a computer, it is possible to qualify for one. An economic data survey will be sent out in the enrollment packets to all students. This determines whether or not you qualify for a computer.
Several forms will need to be filled out for your child to enroll in Colorado Cyber. A screening form, reviewed by the academic advisor, will need to be filled out by students and parents to determine if the student is a good fit for online learning. An Intent to Enroll form is another essential form required. Enrollment is dependant on the registrar’s receipt of the completed enrollment packet and required documents.
Full-time students may enroll in Colorado Cyber in or out of the Douglas County District. Part-time students must be in the district. Open enrollment is also available for students within the district. This allows students to attend a school in an area other than the student’s assigned school.