Course Guide &
Registration forms - click on the down arrow on the right for more info. For new to Golden students, complete and return to Golden counseling or email to the registrar.
Contact the registrar, Lynn Nguyen, if you have any questions.
***Due to the high volume of registration meeting requests, we are unable to schedule meetings with incoming 9th grade families. Thank you for your understanding.***
9th Grade Registration Form - if you want to take AP/Honors course, you must sign page 2 - Due March 1, 2023 to the counseling office.
AP/Honors/Concurrent Courses Expectations Agreement - for 10-12th grade students, must be signed if you want to take an AP/Honors course
Electives at GHS
Concurrent enrollment allows students to enroll and earn college credits while still in high school. Concurrent enrollment benefits students by lowering the cost of college, increasing the flexibility of academic options, increasing the ease of access to college coursework, and preparing student for seamless transfer into college.
Jeffco will pay tuition for concurrent enrollment courses if the qualified student meets and complete all requirements. Students and families are responsible for campus fees and books.
Concurrent Enrollment (college credit through Red Rocks Community College) offered in: Photography, Digital Photography, Drafting (3D Solid Modeling), and Astronomy.
Concurrent Enrollment (college credit through CU Denver) offered in AP Statistics and College Algebra.
For more information, click here.
Students may participate in dual enrollment with prior approval from the principal. Students and families are responsible for all costs associated with these courses.
Local colleges award credit to our students at a nominal cost that the student is responsible to pay.
Accelerating Students through Concurrent Enrollment (ASCENT) is a Concurrent Enrollment program which allows students to participate in college courses after their 12th grade year. This covers the cost of tuition; students pay for their own books and campus fees.
Senior Seminar - 2nd semester of the senior year. Students are selected through a competitive application process to spend the semester in an experiential learning environment.
Junior rafting trips - spring
Summer Marine Biology trip to Hawaii