Ohio’s new College Credit Plus (formerly known as PSEO) can help you earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses from community colleges or universities. College Credit Plus (CCP) is open to college-ready students in grades 7 - 12.
If you are interested in CCP the following link will be for an informational session on what CCP is and other general informational about the program. You must watch this video due to important information regarding CCP procedures, including paying for the course if it is failed.
If you wish to participate in the College Credit Plus program for the following school year, the intent form needs to be completed and returned to the Guidance Office by April 1 of the current school year. College admission requires college ready scores on the ACT/SAT/ACCUPLACER tests (varies by institution).
Intent Form - This form must be printed, filled out and turned into the Guidance Office. It may require you to open it from a Crestview Google Account. By signing and turning in this form, you are acknowledging that you have viewed the CCP informational session and viewed the information from the school you plan to attend for your CCP courses.
More information on college prep exams: Guidance: Test Prep
North Central State College
The following link is an informational pamphlet for North Central State College
The following link will be an informational pamphlet for Ashland University.
The Ohio State University - Mansfield
The following link will go a CCP presentation from The Ohio State University - Mansfield.
This link will take you to the CCP website of The Ohio State University at Mansfield.
A college pathway ensures that essential coursework is completed to obtain a degree in the designated field. These two-semester pathways outline the types of courses a student is expected to complete.
Information regarding CCP classes through Franklin University can be found here. This includes taking Pre Calculus and Calculus here at CHS.
Additional information about CCP can be found at the Ohio Department of Education.
College Credit Plus Information Video