Presentation on theme: "College Credit Plus (CCP). CCP program begins in the 2015/16 school year. CCP replaces Ohio’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program (PSEO) and."— Presentation transcript:
CCP program begins in the 2015/16 school year. CCP replaces Ohio’s Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program (PSEO) and all alternative dual enrollment programs previously governed by Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3365
College Credit Plus (CCP) Secondary (high school) and college credit Requires college enrollment during high school. College credit is transcripted upon student’s successful completion of the course.
CCP Courses Must… Be the same as those offered on campus (included in IHE course catalogue) Be nonsectarian and non-remedial Apply toward a degree or professional certificate Be taught by instructors who meet BOR’s academic credential requirements
CCP Pathway Requirements Each public high school must develop two pathway opportunities through CCP. ○ One where a student can earn 15 transcripted credits ○ One where a student can earn 30 transcripted credits Pathways must be developed in coordination with at least one partnering IHE. Pathways must be published as part of school district’s official course offerings. Pathways – STEM, Arts & Communication, Business, Health
CO$T 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 university share the cost for the course.
Switzerland of Ohio SOLSD is one of 27 Ohio school districts that are part of the Ohio Appalachian Collaborative Straight A Grant.
Switzerland of Ohio During the 2014-15 school year SOLSD has partnered with Ohio University Eastern to offer college English and Political Science. Students enrolled in these classes participate through distance learning and remain in their own high school. Each students enrolled in the 2014-15 dual enrollment courses will earn 12 college credit hours at the end of this school year and will receive high school credit for English and Government.
Through the Straight A Grant SOLSD has been able to: purchase the technology necessary to offer courses through distance learning create career connections for students in grades 7-12 through Ohio Means Jobs provide professional development for teachers and administrators create educational pathways for students in four areas – STEM, Health, Business and Arts & Communication
Through the Straight A Grant SOLSD has been able to: (cont’d) A key benefit to the OAC Straight A project is partnering to coordinate the credentialing of educators to earn the academic qualifications needed to teach dual enrollment courses to students. Four SOLSD teachers are in the process of obtaining graduate level courses in order to be credentialed to teach dual enrollment classes and three teachers are already credentialed for next school year.
Courses planned for 2015-16 English Compostition English Literature Human Biology Color, Light and Sound College Algebra Pre Calculus Western Civilization
In order to participate in CCP students must be college ready. Students may use their ACT scores. ACT Scores – OUE Reading – 21 or higher English – 18 or higher Math – 20 or higher Or by taking Compass Test – Ohio University Eastern Accuplacer – Belmont College
What is your next step? Check your ACT scores if you have taken the test or sign up to take the ACT/Compass/Accuplacer Talk to your guidance counselor Pay attention to announcements at your school to sign up for CCP. (deadline is March 1, 2015)