Kepler partners with various, like-minded institutions to help college-bound students successfully navigate their path to post-secondary education. Whether it is a grant, dual enrollment credits, or something else, each of our partners offers Kepler students a unique opportunity and educational experience that is suited to their particular calling and need.
Colorado Christian University is a regionally accredited University ranked in the top 2 percent of colleges nationwide for its core curriculum by the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. CCU offers more than 200 academic program options for traditional and adult students students.
Kepler students who are college bound can save thousands in tuition through Kepler's dual enrollment partnership with Colorado Christian University (CCU). Select classes at Kepler Education are eligible for dual enrollment with CCU and the list is growing. As we continue to build out the dual enrollment program at Kepler, juniors and seniors will be able to earn their A.A., saving them thousands in tuition costs and up to two years studying at college. To learn more, schedule an appointment with Kepler's Academic Advisor, or visit Colorado Christian University.
See the current list of classes eligible for dual enrollment at CCU:Dual Enrollment List
Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute partners with Kepler Education by recognizing course work completed by students through Kepler Education’s program. Students will receive dual enrollment credit for course work completed through a recognized course taught through Kepler Education and a recognized Kepler Education teacher. Cornerstone Work & Worldview Institute will recognize the completed work and apply it to the student’s course load in our program thus reducing their time to complete our three-year program. The cost for the dual enrollment credit is $99 per course.
Courses for Dual Enrollment
- Introduction to Theology
- Biblical Interpretation
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- English Composition
- Economics I
- Economics II
- Public Speaking
- Intro to American Politics
- Literature & Worldview
- Logic & Critical Thinking
Gutenberg College is a nationally accredited undergraduate “Great Books” liberal arts program located in Eugene, Oregon. Gutenberg exists to educate individuals and to foster a biblical worldview with a desire to pursue truth conscientiously. Learn more about Gutenberg College.
Those who have completed at least 3 credits with Kepler are eligible for a $1000, four-year, renewable grant at Gutenberg College. Those who have completed 6 or more credits and the Kepler diploma track are eligible for a $2000, four-year, renewable grant. To learn more, schedule an appointment with Kepler's Academic Advisor, or visit Gutenberg's Grants and Scholarship page on their website.