Earn College Credit While Still in High School

March 26, 2021

Earn College Credit in High School text and male studentEnhance your career readiness and postsecondary success by enrolling in College Credit Plus (CCP)!

CCP is Ohio's dual enrollment program that provides students in grades 7–12 the opportunity to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking courses from Ohio colleges or universities at no or limited costs to students and families! This opportunity is open to students with a 3.0 GPA or eligible test score.

Make sure to submit an online letter of intent by May 1, 2021. The form can be found on the College Credit Plus page

Talk to your school counselor for more information about the courses offered!

  • Aiken High School:
    • CCP English and Mathematics and U.S. History courses through Sinclair Community College.
  • Gilbert A. Dater High School, Oyler School, Virtual High School and Riverview East Academy:
    • Classes offered on a college campus.
  • Gamble Montessori High School:
    • CCP Agriculture courses from Clark State Community College.
  • Hughes STEM High School:
    • CCP English, History, Anatomy and Physiology, and Mathematics courses through Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
  • Robert A. Taft IT High School:
    • CCP English, Mathematics and Technology courses through Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
  • SCPA — School for Creative and Performing Arts:
    • CCP History course through the University of Cincinnati and English course though Sinclair Community College.
  • Western Hills University High School:
    • CCP Emergency Medical Technology (EMT), Anatomy and English courses through Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
  • Withrow University High School:
    • CCP English and Accounting courses through Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
  • Woodward Career Technical High School:
    • CCP Mathematics courses through Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.

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