Centennial BOCES High School
AboutCentennial BOCES High School (CBHS) (formerly known as the Weld County High School Diploma Program and Aims High School Diploma Program) is an alternative high school designed to be a resource to school districts and students in the Northern Colorado and Longmont areas. CBHS is a state-certified school that offers a self-paced, competency-based curriculum that allows students the opportunity to gain knowledge and skills crucial for entry into the workforce or other higher education institutions. Students who attend and make consistent progress can earn their high school diploma within a school calendar year (9 months) or less.
CBHS follows a traditional high school calendar being open from mid-August to mid-May (closed over the summer). Operating hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (CBHS is open on Fridays February thru May). CBHS students are required to attend at least 20 hours a week, but students have the ability to determine how they get those 20 hours in.
Centennial BOCES High School will close at noon on May 9 and 10, 2016 in observance of graduation.