On Monday, January 30th, at 6:30pm, there will be a meeting for those interested in College Credit Plus [CCP]. The CCP program is traditionally for students in grades 11 and 12, and sometimes 10th grade. As a requirement of the Ohio Administrative Code (3333-1-65.1), we are required to advertise this meeting to all students in next year’s grades 7-12. This meeting will be in the cafeteria and include a representative from North Central State College.
The purpose of the meeting is to explain rules as approved by Ohio Higher Education and the Ohio Department of Education.
There will be an explanation of how students can meet eligibility requirements, and for which classes students may qualify. This process can be confusing, so it is recommended for anyone interested in CCP to attend this meeting.
As part of participating in CCP, students and parents are required to meet with their guidance counselor/advisor to discuss the advantages and possible difficulties of CCP. Also, every student who chooses to participate in CCP for the upcoming school year [no matter which college they plan to attend, or if they have participated before] is also required to complete and submit a “Letter of Intent” form to Mr. David Lance, guidance counselor, at Loudonville High School prior to March 31.
We are very fortunate to be able to offer a considerable amount of college credit classes at LHS through a partnership with North Central State College. Classes at LHS are free to students and occur within the regular school day. We are committed to helping students and families get a head start on college and career related education that lead to certification and degreed programs.
Please contact Mr. David Lance in the guidance office with any questions by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.