Teacher Recruitment Education and Preparation (TREP) is a program that allows qualified students in an educator career pathway to concurrently enroll in college courses for the two years after the 12th grade year.  The tuition for the college classes is paid by Englewood Schools at the community college tuition rate.


To qualify for the TREP program, a student must:

  • Be under twenty-one years of age.

  • Be registered as a full-time high school student in Englewood Schools.

  • Be a senior in their fourth year of high school when applying for the program.

  • Be on track to complete all graduation requirements upon the completion of the 12th grade year.

  • Have taken one of the courses listed on the Educator Career Pathway (see below) during the 12th grade year.

  • Have applied to and have been accepted into a qualified Colorado college/university. 

  • Meet all prerequisites for the course(s), including required test scores, and not be in need of any basic skills/remediation coursework in their selected pathway.

  • Have an updated Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP) with your high school counselor.

  • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF)

  • Have not participated in the TREP program in previous years.


Educator Career Pathway



Complete the TREP Student Application and return to your high school counselor by Wednesday April 20, 2022


Englewood Schools receives TREP slots through the Colorado Department of Education. Slots are usually allocated in late spring and are limited. Students will be notified of their selection decision as quickly as possible once the district  has received their allocated TREP slots. 

Once selected, students should complete the following forms and turn them into their high school counselor:

Englewood TREP Student/Parent Contract

Englewood TREP Promissory Note