3 College Credit Plus Replaces PSEO Replaces dual enrollment
4 Opportunity to Earn College Credit Grades 7 12 College-ready students Many college course options Public colleges are free Private colleges may include small cost
5 College-readiness determined by college. No minimum GPA is required by law, however colleges can set GPAs that reflect their admission standards
6 Apply and Get Admitted Participate by getting admitted into a college. May have to take a placement test and other criteria. Admission for CC+ does not mean you are automatically admitted to the college after high school completion
7 Student Choice Students can choose any course that applies toward a degree or workforce certification at a public (or participating private) college. Excludes: remedial and courses religious in nature
8 Graduate with College Credit Earn up to 30 college credit hours per academic year; summer not included. Max of 30 credits/hours per year For ex. 7 classes at THS x 3 = 21 Still may take 9 hours No more than 120 college credit hours while in the program.
9 Find the Colleges and Courses that Fit Students have options Counselors will share sample pathways with you. Pathways are courses to help you choose, not obligate you. Taylor High School has or is working on agreements with Cincinnati State, Cincinnati Christian University, Miami University, Sinclair College, and University of Cincinnati.
10 A semester college course of 3 or more credits counts as a one-year high school class.
11 Under what scenarios can a qualified student use College Credit Plus?
12 You want to take college courses to satisfy your high school graduation requirements. You completed your high school graduation required classes and you want to begin college work. You want to explore college and take a course in a subject that interests you.
13 College Credit Plus does not replace the requirements to earn a high school diploma You still must take end-of-course exams in English I and II, Algebra and Geometry You do not have to take end-of-course exams in Biology, American Government or American History if you are enrolled in College Credit Plus courses that substitute.
14 Books and Fees Students attending a public college do not pay for either books or fees. Students attending a private college may have a cost that includes books and fees.
15 Student Covers Transportation and Parking Expenses
16 Consider Your Personal Academic Goals
17 Grades are Applied to Graduation Requirements The grade you earn in the college course is applied to your high school graduation required class.
18 If you fail the class or drop it too late, you may have to pay for it.
19 Weighted Grades College courses must be weighted the same as Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate in the same subject area. AP, IB Course College Course
20 Classes failed or withdrawn with an F will receive an F on the high school and college transcripts and will be computed into the high school and college GPA. If you do not receive a passing grade, the district may, in some instances, seek reimbursement for the amount of state funds paid to the college on your behalf for that college course. The school district may withhold grades and credits received for high school courses taken until reimbursement has been made.
21 Transfer of Credit Many entry level courses earned at an Ohio public college are guaranteed to transfer to any other Public Ohio public college. Credits earned at private colleges or those you want to transfer to an out of state college should be checked out with the specific college. https://reports-cems.transfercredit.ohio.gov
22 Deadline for Students: By April 1, you must submit the Letter of Intent to your counselor.
24 Possible Options On THS campus offered by THS faculty Engineering for Your Future We are currently exploring opportunities with partner schools to offer more in house courses.
25 Online Possible Options Ctd. Student can take online college course and have a bell scheduled in a lab here at THS. Student can take online college course and complete the curriculum from home. Max of 30 credits/hours per year For ex. 7 classes at THS x 3 = 21 Still may take 9 hours
26 On Campus Possible Options Ctd. Student takes course on the college campus.
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