Front Range Construction Academy delivers tuition free state of the art construction education solutions for part time and homeschool students, drop out/recovery and youth prison re-entry programs . We partner with public school districts.
We are an industry driven education organization that provides middle and high school students the opportunity to explore careers in construction. Our high school students participate in carpentry, plumbing, masonry, electrical, landscaping, painting, building construction technology, and weatherization.
FRCA is blessed to operate in a region that is surrounded by natural beauty, world class businesses and organizations, and a wealth of experienced citizens committed to the next generation. We screen and partner with several entities such as local colleges and universities, businesses, military, volunteers, non-profits, and construction industry experts to amplify our program and lessons. Our high school program Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate Training instructors are HBI certified. All instructors have passed a background check and submitted fingerprints in accordance with the Colorado Department of Education.
FRCA is a public choice program that targets students in the El Paso County Colorado region. Our program is student centered, personalized, incorporates technology, and provides lifelong foundational learning skills.
We provide individualized hands on construction skill training, construction field experiences, job placement and job acquisition development. We are partnered with the Housing and Building Association of Colorado Springs and Careers in Construction Colorado.
The PACT curriculum is one of only three U.S. Department of Labor-recognized pre-apprenticeship curricula. Students who graduate from an HBI-licensed PACT program enter the job market with an industry-recognized, portable, pre-apprenticeship credential that is:
Our home school program provides students one full day of participation per week (August-May) and complies with Colorado State Statute with respect to part-time enrollment: 90 hours per semester and ensuring activities are aligned with Colorado Academic Standards.
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