Student Navigation

Tutoring at CCCS

EA Tutoring Hours:

Monday-Thursday 4:00-5:30
Friday 2:00-3:30

Instructional Staff Office Hours:

Monday-Thursday 4:00-4:40

Online Resources- The following websites have videos that may help you to understand your coursework.


Khan Academy

Coursera- Free online college level courses on many different topics. (from big universities but not for credit)

Academic Information

FAFSA Information- Information about financial aid for college.

CAREER ENRICHMENT CENTER- The Career Enrichment Center (CEC) offers APS-approved classes to students enrolled in other APS traditional and charter schools.  Students take their core classes at their home high school and may take elective classes at CEC.  CEC is not a diploma-granting institution; however courses completed are posted directly on the student transcript.

CNM Dual Enrollment Information- Running Start Courses start 9/19/2016.  

CNM Application Information- Apply online to become a CNM student.

UNM Dual Enrollment Information- Dual Credit/Concurrent Enrollment is a program designed to provide high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while still enrolled in high school by taking University courses normally not offered at the high school. Tuition is paid by the state
School provides textbooks

UNM Application Information- Apply online to become a student at the University of New Mexico.


Tutoring and Mentoring in the Community: There are places around Albuquerque where students can get free academic help!

Check out:

Brainfuse- Free online tutoring, you just need a library card.

African American Cultural Association- Focus on mentoring, academic, behavioral, health, and stay in school services for at-risk youth in Albuquerque.  (505) 256-8306

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico- Provides one-to-one mentoring between an adult mentor and at-risk youth. (505)837-9223

Wise Men & Wise Women Mentoring Initiative- Wise Men & Women Mentorship Program is a school-based, school-year program that helps children and youth, ages 6-14, build strong character, achieve positive self-esteem, and create solutions to their everyday problems with the help of a caring relationship with an adult volunteer mentor. (505)212-7346

Bernalillo County Family Literacy Program- A free, community based, one-on-one tutoring program which utilizes volunteer tutors to work with students between the ages of six and fourteen.  Students work with tutors for two hours a week. (505)314-0496

e-Read- Educational Research Evaluation and Design- Offers ACT/SAT prep, technology literacy, access to computer labs, and tutoring. (505)232-3134