1 HUBER HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT College Credit Plus College Credit Plus replaces the Post- Secondary Education Option, also known as PSEO, and redefines alternative dual enrollment programs as advanced standing programs
2 WHAT IS IT College Credit Plus replaces the Post-Secondary Education Option, also known as PSEO, and redefines alternative dual enrollment programs as advanced standing programs (for collegeready students in grades 7-12) Eligible students can take a course and earn high school and college credit that appears on both their high school and college transcripts.
3 WHERE? At a high school, taught by a high school teacher (adjunct) At a high school, taught by a college/university instructor At college/university, taught by a college/university faculty Online or online at a high school (proctored by high school teacher)
4 COST There is no cost for the student to participate in College Credit Plus when the student is enrolled in a public college or university. The high school and college or universities share the cost for the course.
5 IF YOU FAIL THE CLASS OR DROP IT TOO LATE, Y0U MAY HAVE TO PAY FOR IT Classes failed or withdrawn with an F will receive an F on the high school and college transcripts and will be computed into the high school and college GPA.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.
6 STUDENT QUALIFICATIONS Based on college/university enrollment criteria In General: Successful completion of previous College Prep course with B average or higher ACT Sub-scores 18-English 21-Reading 22-Math College readiness score on ACCUPLACER or COMPASS TEST
7 HOW DOES A STUDENT GET STARTED? Students must complete a college application required by individual college or university (to be eligible, students must meet the admissions standards of the participating college or university to which they apply for enrollment) May have to take a placement test and other criteria Submit letter of intent to student s school counselor by April 1 st
8 CREDIT HOURS Up to 30 college credit hours per academic year; summer not included No more than 120 college credit hours while in the program
9 A semester college course of 3 or more credits counts as a one-year high school course Does not include classes offered at Wayne for CCP
10 HOW DOES COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS IMPACT ATHELTIC ELIGIBITY? You must remain eligible in accordance with the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) bylaws. To be athletically eligible, students must be passing five, one credit courses or the equivalent per grading period with the high school and college courses combined. Most College Credit Plus courses taken during a semester will equal one Carnegie unit, allowing students to earn more than the required five for athletic eligibility. Please check with your counselor to ensure that the course work you are taking is compliant the OHSAA.
11 PATHWAYS A Pathway may be organized by a major or career path Include various core courses required for a degree or professional certification by the college A pathway does not keep a student from choosing different courses (following a pathway is preferred but not required. Students may choose from a variety of courses)
12 WHAT COURSES ARE AVILABLE THROUGH COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS? Once you are admitted to a college for College Credit Plus, you may take any course in the college s course catalogue that is not remedial or religious, and that applies toward a degree or professional certificate, in a subject area in which you are collegeready.
13 SCHOOL DISTRICT REQUIREMENTS CCP is an Advanced Standing Program with IB (International Baccalaureate), AP (Advanced Placement) and ECHS (Early College High School) All advanced standing programs must be WEIGHTED the same (college classes will be weighted into the GPA)
14 15-HOUR PATHWAY: Course Number & Name Cr Hrs COM-2211 Effective Public Speaking 3 ENG-1101 English Composition I 3 HIS-1101 U.S. History I 3 MAT-1470 College Algebra 4 PSY-1100 General Psychology 3 Courses listed here are OTM, except: TOTAL: 16 COM-2206, FIN-2450, MAT-1270, & MAT HOUR PATHWAY: 1 st Semester 30-HOUR PATHWAY: 2 nd Semester Course Number & Name Cr Hrs Course Number & Name Cr Hrs COM-2211 Effective Public Speaking 3 The Ohio Transfer Module (OTM) is a subset or a complete set of general education requirements at Ohio public colleges and universities. OTM courses are guaranteed to transfer to any of Ohio s public institutions of higher education as an area credit, as well as equivalent courses in English and Mathematics. COM Interpersonal Communication ENG-1101 English LIT- 3 Composition I 2220 Intro to Literature 3 HIS-1101 U.S. History I 3 HIS U.S. History II 3 MAT-1470 College Algebra 4 MAT- 1570* Trigonometry 3 PSY-1100 General Psychology 3 SOC Intro to Sociology 3 TOTAL: 16 TOTAL: 31 3
15 OPTIONAL COURSES Course Number & Name Cr Hrs Course Number & Name Cr Hrs Humanities & HUM-1125 Intro to Humanities 3 HUM-1130 Challenge of 3 Technology HIS-1111 Western Civilization I 3 HIS-1112 Western Civilization II 3 MAT-1270 Beginning Algebra 3 MAT-1370 Intermediate Algebra 5 PHI-2205 Intro to Philosophy 3 PHI-2206 Intro to Ethics 3 PLS-1120 American Federal State & Local Govt. 3 PLS-1232* Govt. 3 FIN-2450* Personal Finance 3 OPTIONAL COURSES: To offer the following, course must be on a Sinclair Campus, OR must have Sinclair Instructor, OR must have High School Teacher who qualifies as Adjunct. Course Number & Name Cr Hrs Course Number & Name Cr Hrs General Biology I General Biology II BIO BIO Lab for General Lab for General BIO BIO Biology I Biology II Human Anatomy & Human Anatomy & BIO BIO Physiology I Physiology II CHE-1211 General Chemistry I 5 CHE-1221 General Chemistry II 5 BIO-2235 Genetics 4 MAT- Intro to Statistics * MAT- 1580* Pre-Calculus * FIN-2450, MAT-1450, MAT-1570, MAT-1580, PLS-1232 = Not Online 5
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