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College Credit Plus Information

Earn college credit while in high school.
                    
Opportunity for students to earn high school and college credit through courses offered in the high school and on a college campus.
                    
Who’s eligible? Students who will be entering grades 7-12 for the 2023-24 academic year may be eligible to participate in College Credit Plus (CCP). Students must gain acceptance to a participating college or university AND meet their entrance testing requirement.
                    
College Credit Plus Courses earn high school AND college credit with the grades earned being calculated in high school GPA and rank. NOTE: The student/parent will be expected to reimburse the district all costs for any CCP course in which the student fails to complete the college course either through withdrawal or nonattendance OR if the student earns a failing grade in the college course.
                    
INFORMATIONAL MEETING: Students and parents should attend the CCP informational meeting scheduled for February 9, 2023, at 6:00 PM in the NE auditorium. Representatives from local colleges and universities will be invited to be present. The PowerPoints from the informational meeting will be available for viewing on the NE website for those who were not able to attend the meeting.
                    
APRIL 1 DEADLINE: The Ohio Department of Education has set April 1 as the deadline for students to submit a signed “Intent to Participate” form to their high school guidance office in order to be eligible to participate in College Credit Plus the upcoming academic year. This form is required for courses taken at the high school for college credit as well as those taken at the college. NOTE: SUBMITTING THIS FORM BY THE DEADLINE IS REQUIRED FOR ALL STUDENTS EVEN FOR THOSE WHO PARTICIPATED IN COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS THE PREVIOUS ACADEMIC YEAR.