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Next Steps: College Credit Plus

If you are taking one or more College Credit Plus courses during the 2023-2024 school year, the following steps need to be completed:                    
____________Return your Letter of Intent Form, along with your FERPA Release Form to the Guidance Office by APRIL 1, 2023. This is a state deadline. (Make sure your name is on the list posted in the window of the Guidance Office. If it isn’t on the list, this step was not done.)

____________Apply for CCP college admission. This includes everyone taking CCP courses, regardless if you are taking the course at NE, on-line through the college, or on the college campus. If you are taking courses through Clark State, complete the application at https://www.clarkstate.edu/admissions/admissions-for-college-credit-plus/students/
 (this link will take you to the Admissions Process for CCP with links to the CCP Application, Permission Slip, Placement Testing. The link to register for an Orientation session is also provided if you plan to take an on-line or on-campus course at Clark State.) If you are taking CCP courses this year or have been admitted, you do not need to reapply for admission.
                        
____________Complete and submit the Permission Slip to Clark State. Once you apply, you are prompted with the permission slip.
                    
____________Take the ACT Test and/or ACCUPLACER Test. It is free the first time; $15 per test to retest.  Reminder there is a “wait period” between testing opportunities. Check the Clark State website for more information.

Note: A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher can be used to meet the testing requirement for eligibility/admission to CCP. Please request a transcript to be sent to Clark State in the application. If you are in 9th grade, you must wait until this school year is over and final grades are posted and GPA is calculated to request your transcript for Clark State.

____________If you do not have ACT scores which meet eligibility or course placement you
 will need to register online to take the ACCUPLACER at Clark State.

Note: Once you are admitted, a FINAL grade of “A” in Advanced English will meet the Reading and Writing course placement testing requirement. If you are currently in 9th grade taking Advanced English 9, you must wait until this school year is over and final grades are posted to ask Mrs. Young to send your transcript to Clark State.

____________Complete the Student Questionnaire. Directions will be sent in your acceptance letter from Clark State.
                    
____________If you are taking CCP courses on-line or on campus at Clark State, you will need to attend a new student orientation. Register online at the link provided above in the second step listed. If you are only taking CCP courses at NE, you will not need to attend a new student orientation.

____________Bring your college schedule & meet with Mr. Adkins on August 15, 16 or 17 to finalize your NE schedule for the entire school year IF you took CCP classes over the summer and/or are enrolled in on-line or on-campus CCP courses for the fall semester..
                        
____________See Mrs. Stewart in the IMC before purchasing any college textbooks!!

NOTE: DO NOT PURCHASE OR PICK UP BOOKS FROM THE COLLEGE BOOKSTORE WITHOUT APPROVAL FROM MRS. STEWART IN THE IMC OR YOU MAY BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COST OF THE BOOKS/SUPPLIES. WE HAVE TEXTBOOKS FOR SEVERAL CCP COURSES THE DISTRICT HAS ALREADY PURCHASED THAT CAN BE CHECKED OUT TO YOU. REMEMBER, ALL CCP TEXTBOOKS ARE THE PROPERTY OF NORTHEASTERN LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT AND ARE INCLUDED IN THE DISTRICT’S TEXTBOOK POLICY. THIS INCLUDES THE SUMMER TERM!! MRS. STEWART WORKS SEVERAL DAYS AFTER THE END OF THE SCHOOL YEAR SO PLAN AHEAD.

CCP COURSES AT NORTHEASTERN
ENGLISH 1111/1600 (6 college credits; 2 high school credits)
English I (Writing Intensive)/Introduction to Literature NOTE: A grade of “C” or higher is required in ENG 1111 in order to stay enrolled in ENG 1600 for college credit second semester.
ENGLISH 1112/2300 (6 college credits; 2 high school credits)
English II (Writing Intensive)/Great Books: World Literature
NOTE: A grade of “C” or higher is required in ENG 1111 in order to take ENG 1112
                        
MTH 1280 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (4 college credits; 1 high school credit)
MTH 1340 PRE-CALCULUS (5 college credits; 1 high school credit)
MTH 2200 CALCULUS I (5 college credits; 1 high school credit)
GLG 1133 ENVIRONMENTAL GEOLOGY (4 college credits; 1 high school credit)
CSD  1510 PROGRAMMING FUNDAMENTALS WITH PYTHON (3 college credit hours; 1 high school credit) 
MGT  1105 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS (2 college credit hours; 0.67 high school credits)