College Credit Plus

ccp

Through the College Credit Plus program, eligible students can take a course and earn high school and college credit that appears on both their high school and college transcripts.  Students can participate in a college’s Summer Term or Fall or Spring Semester.

There is no cost to students to participate in the College Credit Plus program when the student is enrolled in a public college or university and earning both high school and college credit.  Students choosing to enroll in a participating private college or university might incur costs.  Additionally, economically disadvantaged students who choose to attend a nonpublic college or university can do so at no cost.

To participate in the College Credit Plus program, the student must meet the state of Ohio’s eligibility requirements for the program as well as his or her college or university of choice's standards for admission and course placement.  The student and his or her parents must also participate in a counseling session provided by the district and submit a “Letter of intent to participate in CCP” and a “Statement of responsibility” by April 1st of the prior school year.

The District will not limit a student's participation in the College Credit Plus program to only the courses offered in the high school.  Students may also participate online or at any other participating college or university, or any combination thereof.  Students may also concurrently enroll in multiple colleges and universities and may take courses from such institutions concurrently.  If students participating in the CCP program should transfer high school’s it is the student’s responsibility to inform both high schools, as well as the participating college or university, about the transfer.

COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS COURSES OFFERED AT BHS (27): English I, English II, Intro to Literature, American Literature, College Algebra, Pre Calculus, Calculus for Management, Calculus I, Calculus II, Fundamentals of Biology, General Chemistry I, General Chemistry II, Solid Modeling/Engineering Design, Architecture I, General Physics I, General Physics II, Spanish I (level 3), Spanish II (level 4), French I (level 3), French II (level 4), Contemporary American Business/Marketing Management (Marketing 1), Promotion & IMC Strategies/Principles of Management (Marketing 2).

 Students should review the BHS CCP Program Guide, BHS Course Catalog, or Course Catalog of participating colleges and universities for a full listing of course offerings.

 

RESOURCES


BHS 2020-21 CCP Program Guide


Required Paperwork is due to the Guidance Office before April 1, 2020 to participate in College Credit Plus during the 2020-21 Academic Year

See the Program Guide for the Intent to Participate form and Program Information sheet.

For more information: 
Contact Angie Haver, BHS CCP Coordinator and Guidance Counselor at haver@bcs-k12.org or 937-593-0545


IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2020-21

 

CCP INFORMATION SESSIONS (meets advising requirements):

                                                                         

Both the student and their parent must attend one of the student or parent meetings listed below EACH YEAR they intend to participate.  Information required by the state to be shared with CCP students and parents will be reviewed at the meeting.  Program forms will be distributed.

 

            Student A/I sessions – at 10:41 am

Wednesday    January 22 – BHS grades 9-11 (attend one date)

Tuesday March 3 – BHS grades 9-11 (attend one date)

Tuesday February 4 – Eighth grade at BMS
(Students who have registered ccp only)

  Students may also attend a parent meeting in the evening


Parent Meetings
 (no registration is required)

Thursday      January 30 at 6pm – High School in the DLC

Thursday      February 27 at 6pm – High School DLC

Students interested in participating CCP on a college campus or online should consider attending an evening event to meet with colleges about how to participate in ccp with their institution.

  • For students interested in doing CCP online or at a College Campus
  • College representatives will be available to talk with students and parents from area colleges and universities.

 

 

CCP ADVISING SESSIONS

 

For CCP courses instructed at BHS and includes:

  • placement testing for eligibility to participate in CCP
  • placement testing for course placement
  • completing the college applications for CSCC and UU
  • receiving advising from CSCC and UU
  • registering for courses

 

Students will select courses they are requesting to take at BHS on the Program Information Sheet due with the Intention form.  NOTE: Parents are not required to attend this meeting.

 

Monday*          May 11 at 11:30 am in the BHS Computer Lab

Tuesday        May 12 at 8 am in the BHS Computer Lab

Wednesday*  May 13 at 11:30 am in the BHS Computer Lab

Thursday      May 14 at 8 am in the BHS Computer Lab

 *Eat lunch at 10:50 and then report to the computer labs.

     Middle School ONLY:    Friday           May 15 at 8 am in the BMS Computer Lab


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