Key Information:

  • Taking a College Credit Plus (CCP) course from a public college or university is free. There is no cost for tuition, books, or fees.


  • Students who choose to attend a private college or university may incur limited costs.


  • Students must gain admission to the college where they intend to pursue courses.


  • Courses are available on the campus of the partnering university or college. Families are responsible for transportation in this instance.


  • CCP can satisfy or supplement graduation requirements.


  • Students may earn up to 30 college credit hours per academic year.


  • Students may earn no more than 120 college credit hours while in the program.


  • Teachers are prepared to discuss pathways with students who may be interested in pursuing a particular career.

College Credit Plus

                                                                                   Who Should Participate?


  • College-ready students in grades 7–12 who wish to begin earning college credits now.


  • Students who have taken all the courses offered in a particular subject at the High School.


  • Students who have taken all the courses they need to graduate and are ready to begin college work.


  • Students who want to experience college-level work in preparation for college.


  • Students who may be interested in pursuing a particular career pathway.


                                                                                             Next Steps:

  • Students who are interested in CCP should schedule a meeting with their school counselor no later than April 1st to discuss how CCP fits in with the student’s overall academic plan and career goals.


  • Prior to enrolling in a CCP course, middle school counselors will assist the student in determining a course’s equivalency to a high school course.


  • For more information, please review the Ohio Department of Education’s CCP Guidelines.

Ohio’s College Credit Plus program allows college-ready students to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from Ohio community colleges and/or universities at little or no cost to families. This program promotes rigorous academic pursuits and provides a wide variety of options to college-ready students in grades 7-12, including students who may have an interest in exploring a particular career pathway.Public school students who are interested in taking advantage of this program must notify their guidance counselor in order to participate.

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