Fort Collins High School is located in Fort Collins, Colorado. It offers academic and nonacademic programs to satisfy the needs of all students. The school’s Alternative Cooperative Education program provides students with work experience and vocational transition planning in nontraditional classes.
Fort Collins High school offers Advanced Placement and AVID elective courses that help students develop critical thinking skills. Students can apply to be considered for the AVID program. The school also offers concurrent enrollment program that allows students to earn high school and college credits at the same time. Students in ninth through twelfth grade can participate in the concurrent enrollment program. The district covers tuition for approved courses.
The school offers an English language acquisition program that instructs students in the use of English. Students whose first language at home is not English may be eligible for this program. Students who live with a non-native English speaking relative may also be eligible to participate in the English language acquisition program.
The Poudre School District Teen Parent Program is located at the high school. The program allows students in the district to take any class that Fort Collins High School offers online. The school also offers the PaCE program, which allows students to receive elective credit for volunteer work, internships and apprenticeships.