Career Online High School (COHS) is an online high school diploma and career certification program funded by the Denver Public Library. Residents of the City and County of Denver who have completed eighth grade and are 19-years-old or older are eligible to apply.
Students who attended high school and did not complete it, may be able to transfer previously earned credits. Students who successfully completed General Equivalency Diploma (GED®) segments may be able to apply towards their course work through the library.
In order to enroll, students must successfully pass an online self-assessment with an essay question and prerequisite course. Following the prerequisite course you will be invited to an in-person interview. A determination will be made by the Library’s enrollment team within 3 days of the interview regarding scholarship award.
Complete Program Information
If you've explored the program and decide it's a good fit, get started by taking the online Student Self-Assessment.
Earn your career certificate in addition to your high school diploma. Students choose a major from one of the following high-growth, high-demand career fields and complete coursework to develop the skills and knowledge that employers are looking for:
- Certified Protection Officer
- Child Care and Education
- Commercial Driving
- Food and Hospitality
- General Career Preparation
- Home Care Professional
- Homeland Security
- Hospitality and Leisure
- Office Management
- Retail Customer Service
More Learning Opportunities at Denver Public Library
Career Online High School not right for you? Explore these other services offered by the Library:
Have a question or don't know where to start? Email us at COHS@denverlibrary.org, or call/text 720-253-8736 and we'll get back to you.
This program was supported by grant funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the federal Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Colorado State Library.