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College Credit Plus

College Ready?

Are you interested in College Credit Plus for your son or daughter, but aren’t sure if he or she is ready for college? Many parents who have students in grades 7 through 12 are excited for this option, and their sons and daughters are academically ready, but it’s important to consider all of the aspects of being “college ready.” Check out this informative infographic to determine if your son or daughter has the skills of a “Really Ready Student.

College Credit Plus (CCP)

What is CCP? 
  1. CCP is part of Ohio law that requires all state public high schools to provide students with an opportunity to earn college credit toward a degree or career certification during their high school career. 
  2. CCP replaces PSEO (Post Secondary Educational Options) and Dual Enrollment programs. 
  3. CCP courses count for both high school and college credit. 
  4. Students can choose any course that is not remedial or religious and applies toward a degree or professional certification, in a subject area in which the student is college-ready. 
Am I eligible to participate? 
  1. The student must meet the participation requirements set by the college/university that he/she chooses to attend and be accepted by the college. 
  2. The student may be required to take a placement test and/or meet other criteria for the college. 
Cost and Credit
  1. There is no cost to participate in CCP courses offered at a public college/university. 
  2. There may be additional fees to participate in CCP courses offered by a private college/university. 
  3. Successful completion of the course results in earned credit on both the student’s high school AND college transcript. 
  4. The student’s CCP course grade will be reflected on both transcripts. 
  5. The CCP grades are computed into the high school grade point average. 
Dates and Deadlines
  1. Students must turn in the letter of intent to participate by April 1. 
  2. Registration deadlines set by the college must be met.
Need more Information?
  1. Visit the Ohio Department of Higher Education website.
If you did not attend the mandatory CCP meeting, please contact your student's guidance counselor for additional information.

Attached is the power point that was presented at the Clark County CCP meeting.  For the required intent form, please contact your student's guidance counselor.  The intent form is due by April 1.  
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