College Credit Plus Information
Posted 2020Lakeland Community College CCP Presentation
"The subject matter of a course enrolled in under the college credit plus program may include mature subject matter or materials, including those of a graphic, explicit, violent, or sexual nature, that will not be modified based upon college credit plus enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs." Once admitted, CCP students will also be required to complete a questionnaire as noted in the attached Guidance for Colleges and Secondary Schools (Mature Subject Matter). Information about the potential for mature subject matter, as defined in section 3365.035 of the Revised Code, in courses in which the student intends to enroll through the program and notification that courses will not be modified based upon program enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs. The information shall include the permission slip described in division (B) of section 3365.035 of the Revised Code.
This will have to be downloadedLake Erie College CCP PresentationLake Erie College CCP Application for 2021/22 School YearClick on first time user to get a username and passwordLakeland Community College CCP Application for 2021/22 School YearLakeland Placement Test Scheduling (Can only take 3x)Placement Test PrepLake Erie contact for a placement test is Josh Linerode at 375-7059
This chart shows Fairport High Schools Requirement and Lakeland's equivalents course.
Lakeland Community College CCP Registration Authorization Form
PREPARE FOR YOUR FUTURE!
The Fairport Harbor Schools is working to provide a world-class education for it's
students. We understand that providing personalized options for our students will allow
them to be challenged, interested and engaged. Making the decision to select a higher
education pathway can be exciting and nerve-wracking for both parents and students. We
hope that this guide will help you to better understand the variety of choices that you have
within the College Credit Plus (CCP) and Early College options! These programs allow
students to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses
from Ohio colleges and/or universities at little or no cost to families. These programs
promote rigorous academic pursuits and provide a wide variety of options to college-ready
students in grades 7-12, including students who may have an interest in pursuing a particular
career pathway. Students may attend part-time or full time and take courses on campus or
Public School students who are interested in taking advantage of these programs must
complete a Letter of Intent to Participate and Submit it by April 1, Mrs. Jurick, at Fairport
Harding High School (firstname.lastname@example.org) Students must also sign up to take the acuplacer
assessment at their school of choice, as well as, apply and be admitted to the college or
university. Registration of courses will then be completed.
We hope that you find this handbook helpful. As always, please contact us with any
questions you may have. We look forward to assisting you on this exciting journey!