Concurrent Enrollment & Career Technical Education Options

Concurrent Enrollment - Mountain Heights Academy

Students have the option of taking a variety of online concurrent enrollment options at Mountain Heights Academy. These are Dixie State University classes taught by our Mountain Heights Academy teachers.  View the list of current Concurrent Enrollment classes.   

By taking concurrent enrollment courses, students can earn both university and high school credit. Some of these courses can also fulfill the requirements for core classes required for high school graduation. To be eligible and to ensure prerequisites for any classes have been met, students must take the ACTs or Accuplacer tests and received a qualifying score. Contact your school counselor for additional details and requirements.

Applied Technology College Options

Eligible high school juniors and seniors can also take courses at various Applied Technology Colleges across the state. Students can earn high school credit while earning certificates in fields of study such as: Business Technology, Cosmetology, IT Services, Health Professions, Manufacturing, Automotive, Construction, Culinary Arts, and more. Credits earned apply to elective credits required for graduation. ATC Classes are free for high school students. Contact your school counselor for additional details and requirements.

Why attend classes at an ATC?

Get a Job

Upgrade your skills or get a new career. Utah Applied Technology Colleges have an 87% placement rate. Workers with certificates earn 20% more on average than those with a high school diploma and in some cases more than those with a bachelor’s degree.


High school students can attend for free. There is no additional tuition. Students, however, will be responsible for any supply/book fees associated with the program.

Flexible Scheduling

Start most programs any time throughout the year. Day, evening and summer classes are available. Take online classes on some campuses. Applied Technology Colleges allows students to arrange their schedules around work and family.

Hands-On Training

Get immersed in hands-on training with more doing than reading, industry-level expert instruction and state-of-the-art equipment and facilities. Many programs qualify for national industry certifications and/or transferable