College Credit Plus is a program that has been established to permit students in grades 7-12 earn college and high school graduation credit though the successful completion of college courses.
Kenston is sharing their College Credit Plus (CCP) Annual Information Session with families virtually this year. CCP is a program that allows eligible students in grades 7-12 to take college courses, earning college credits at no cost to parents. These college courses also count as high school credits for students. If this is a program that you would like to learn more about, please watch the following informational video. Mentioned in this video are three resources that will be helpful and required of students/parents to review: CCP Annual Information Session Slideshow (contains contacts and resources from area colleges), CCP Informational Packet, and the CCP Intent to Participate form (form needs to be completed by prospective and returning CCP students & parents by April 1, 2021).
*Lakeland, Ursuline colleges partner to offer fast, affordable route to bachelor’s in nursing (3/07/17)
*New Resource as of 2/13/18: HB 49 Updates on Course Eligibility and Underperforming Student Rule
Transferology— network designed to help students explore their CCP college credit transfer options
If you have any questions about this program please contact Katie Detwiler at firstname.lastname@example.org.