NoCo Schools and Education
We believe education is the foundation to a healthy economy and in Northern Colorado, education is a top priority. Northern Colorado schools are some of the best in the state – K-12, Higher Ed, and community colleges. See how we’re bettering our community through focused education:
Northern Colorado K-12 schools ‘make the grade’ by providing children excellent educational opportunities. NoCo school districts are designed with an advanced curriculum shown to improve reading proficiency, writing skills, problem solving and math comprehension. Click the links below to learn more about each district and if you have any questions regarding schools within, please contact us.
* The Poudre School District serves: Fort Collins, Laporte, Timnath, Wellington, Red Feather, Livermore, Stove Prairie, and parts of Windsor.
* The Thompson School District R-2J serves Loveland and the nearby surrounding areas.
* The Weld County District serves Greeley and Evans.
Colorado State University in Fort Collins offers 15 fields of study in 8 colleges throughout campus. Students boast a very comfortable campus life, becoming engaged through student organizations, service and leadership programs and recreation. Current enrollment is in the neighborhood of 28,000 students. CSU is well known for it’s Vet School and was ranked #2 in the nation by US News and World Report.
The University of Northern Colorado in Greeley offers 100 undergraduate programs within 5 colleges – Education, Social Science, Healthy Sciences, Performing Arts and Business. The university has long been known as a teaching and nursing school, however, the Monfort College of Business consistently turns out successful graduates. As the third largest university in Colorado, UNC enrolls about 13,000 students.
Front Range Community College in Fort Collins is a comprehensive community college that offers programs in Health, Education, Business, Creative Arts, Integrated Technology, Science, Language, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. Lower tuition rates makes it perfect for students to receive pre-requisites that transfer to most 4 year universities.
Aims Community College in Loveland and Greeley provide students the option of choosing a ‘transfer track’ program which leads to a bachelors degree at a 4 year university or career and technical education program which will lead directly to employment through an associates degree or certificate.
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